Diffence between been ill or anxious

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how can you tell he different? I mean I know I am anxious but when I get a dodgy stomach n feel abit sick and shaky how do I know if it's anxiety or not something like Ibs?

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    What symptoms do you have? Have you been to your dr?
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    Anxious is a feeling of fear and your whole body is over reacting to every thiught. Its a state of panic. Illness is different. You are sick you know you are sick but the anxiety drags your mind to dying, nit breathing...etc..illness a solutely triggers anxiety illnesses and diagnosis is what triggers me.the digestive system is very snsitive to stress and emotiins in general. We are animals keep that in mind, yes humans but the body when in fight or flight or high anxiety levels is set up to fight so no one would be hungry at this point. But when it occurs a lot the a cids and balance in the gut is set off balance and then comes illness and stomach issues. Most if not all very anxious people have digestive issues, and if they dont they will.
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    Holly:  If you have a history of anxiety and/or depression, it is most likely that making your stomach go queezy....I get it all the time...You may want to have some Xrays done just to make sure, but I can tell you...anxiety can make you sick all over!!
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    I have this problem whrn I am hungry and I cant sleep I think its my anxiety so I worry about it. I need to stop think8ng about it and j7sy eat something
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