Is the agitation and restless feeling in my head due to Anxiety?

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I've always found it hard to come to terms with the fact that anxiety can have such a physical effect on your body, which is probably why I'm always looking for another answer.

For nearly a year I had been having constant tension head aches, but after a duo of cutting out caffiene, and taking a nasal spray for suspected sinuses, this has somewhat died down.

However now I feel like I am suffering more. I have a constant feeling of agitation and restlessness, which feels like it stems from the back of my head/top of my spine. It really effects my day to day life, making it impossible to concentrate in my uni lectures, and I've had to stop working as I can't focus on anything!

Although I was recently prescribed glasses, I feel that my eye sight is effected in some way, as looking at objects in the distance is an impossible task, I keep having the urge to look away, as if I just can't focus on anything for any longer.

Although I feel like I am a social person, and will gladly put myself in the spotlight, the doctors told me I could possibly have a form of anxiety, and these effects are because of this. I am relatively stress free and have little to worry about, what is causing this?

I have recently tried Co Codemal which really helps with these problems, but of course this is only a short term relief and I need something to help on a more permanent basis.

But if history, if had a few knocks and neck injuries due to multiple rugby knocks and a car crash. I still lead a very active life style playing sport about 3 to 4 times a week, although it is a challenge to play whilst feeling like this.

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