Arms are hurting

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So does anyone else feel this way when they have anxiety? I've been having anxiety for months now and it's the first time I've encountered such. My arms hurt and it feels like they don't have enough strength to do anything at all. I also get hot flashes and my chest has been hurting but will almost go away after ten minutes. Unfortunately, it comes back after a while within the day.

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    I get the pain in my legs and underarms and my chest hurts on and off all day aswell. Iv been on sertraline for nearly 50 weeks and they are slowly working 
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    I get the pain in my legs and underarms and my chest hurts on and off all day aswell. Iv been on sertraline for nearly 50 weeks and they are slowly working 
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    sharp pains in arms and moves from one spot to another they r coz of anxiety.you can try some calming ways it will remove after some time.
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    The adrenalin that's pumped into the muscles generates tension which makes them feel heavy and sore because they are "pumped", the energy generates heat which is the flush feeling and sensation.

    Best way to relieve the symptoms is exercise, swimming, walking, or anything which uses the adrenalin up.

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    Hyperventilating causes excess oxygen and makes limbs feel horrible 

    RELAX breathe slowly and it will go away 

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    Thank you so much, guys smile I actually feel much better after reading your answers. I'll try some walking exercises next time. 
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