Does anyone else get nausea along with anxiety?

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I have been feeling so sick and seedy ever since my panic attack the other day. Feels like I just want to be sick to make it feel better but can't. Not sure it's the beginnings of a bug as I also have a sore throat and sore head but sometimes I do get crazy symptoms along with my anxiety

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    I do get nausea with my anxiety attacks. It's strange what anxiety can do to our bodies. Sometimes I can get headaches, rashes, derealization honestly the list could go on.
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    Can't remember the last time I had a pain free, sick free, day Always seems to be something. Really does take over your life but at the same time, it's comforting to know others understand and are experiencing the same things.
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    I get nausea really badly with my anxiety. 

    I was so worried a few weeks ago that I constantly felt like I was going to throw up. I was more stressed than usual at the time as I had a lot going on. I'd already had a Dr appointment booked and these worry me, as soon as I got home I went to the toilet and was sick a few times. After that I actually did feel better.

    Anxiety has a massive physical effect on our bodies, strange but true! 

    Hope you feel better soon x

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    reading about all the different symptoms that anxiety can cause, it kinda worries me that i will attribute something "real" just to anxiety. i mean, i know anxiety can cause me/us to experience funny symptoms across the board, but i worry that i cannot trust myself any more, to know when something is actually wrong. the tale of woe of many of us, i am sure!
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    also, jac, after a full on panic attack, it takes me a while - sometimes days - to feel better again. even too much noise sets me on edge. a tough thing to avoid with young children. while i don't get nausea, i get dizzyness.
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      Yeah, I get constant dizziness, especially when there's too much noise. Very difficult for me being a teacher as well. It is an awful sensation. I usually have panics for about three consecutive days at least then takes me so long to recover that I don't even remember feeling well. It's awful, isn't it?

      I know what you mean, what if there is something a lot more wrong and we keep putting it all down to anxiety. Suppose that's why I need to learn to control it better and if it's anxiety, it's more likely to ease off or go away. Let's hope, anyway!

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