Bad few days

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I thot I was doing a bit better with my anxiety but had a rough few days really bad indigestion and acid reflux paid s in chest arms back mu jaw and teeth hurt at time sore heads dizziness the list goes on. So scared it's my heart even tho I'm sure symptoms wouldn't come and go like this during day if it was. I have had ecgs and blood tests 3 mths ago and we're fine

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    Hi Lynsey,

    Im the same, convinced its my heart all tests done all ok,

    i have to remind myself anxiety feed anxiety, ive got a relation app on my phone and i find that really helpful x

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    Yea i freak out about everything now now that i have anxiety it sucks my head always feels weird and im dizzy sometimes also i hate anxiety...
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    Hi Lynsey

    Its unfortunate but thats the way anxiety works we think we are getting better then it comes back worse than ever with more symptoms.

    It sucks but thats the way it is

    Keeping busy and exercise help

    Maybe try some therapybiggrin

    Stay strong

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    Hi Lynsey

    I have noticed I only get really bad indigestion when I am very anxious about something when I go to the doctors they say it is acid reflux and they give me omeprazole they do work, but the pain goes up my chest and in my shoulder and arm.

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    Its hard to deal with anxieties because i get anxieties myself. Anxieties can come and go you just have to find a way to deal with it. 

    Elezebeth

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