Dizziness and body aches help!

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i had covid 3 months ago and about a week 1/2 ago i startes getting body aches and dizzy... it stopped but this morning i had it again.. i felt so dizzy but i also have been under soooooo much stress and my anxiety has worsened after covid.. has anybody felt dizzy due to andiety and stress .. and what about body aches .. i would get both before covid also.. i hate this feeling of anxiousness and sadness ... i always panic and seem to think the worst .. idk if i should go to ER or if this is normal... and i sometimes get weak and if i start to clean up i get out of breath.. but im non stop anxious and ny mind constantly is going 100 mph

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    yes ive been feeling similar symptoms. Had covid 4 weeks ago and still have lingering symptoms. So bad where sometimes I even stumble when i walk.

    Ive seen an ENT, Cardiologist and my GP. All tests normal they told me it could take some time for it to clear up. I have GAD (anxiety), so it makes it worse. Hopefully we all feel better soon

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    Hi

    I still experience bouts of dizziness and headaches and it does start to chip away at your Mental wellbeing, I am sure this leads to symptoms that seem like anxiety attacks - then I have days with no issues.

    Picking apart the anxiety affects from the longer covid affects is difficult.

    I do think what you are feeling is similar to others so please stick with it, it will get better and sometimes just knowing others have similar issues can help so you know it is not anything more serious.

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    I think it is happening only because of stress and fear of not getting sick again. It takes some time to recover from the covid but later on it will be healed. All I would say is that keep yourself hydrated, take your medications on time, increase the intake of Vitamin C and most importantly meditate, this definitely helps in letting go of all the anxiety.

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