Is this anxiety attacks?

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I have been experiencing, sudden episodes of diaphoresis, lightheadness and feeling too black out. When these episodes happen I feel my legs shaking and giving up.episodes last for up to 30 mins. I also feel that my muscle groups are jumping.

on mornings I wake up with nausea and feeling unwell before work. When work starts I settle.

could this be anxiety and what can I do about it ?

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    Could be anxiety/stress related try relaxing techniques or meditation, otherwise pop to your dr and maybe he will do some tests and give you so meds
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    I get all those very often with my anxiety. It starts off feeling a little dizzy or lightheaded, then I feel really out of and strange sometimes almost like I can pass out, then I start to get more anxiety over that and my whole body starts shake uncontrollably. And i do wake up mornings feeling that way when my anxiety is very bad
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      When I wake up I'll take Kava. It's a natural relaxing thing, it's in pill form. It really helps lower my anxiety through out the day and at night time I'll take a hot bath/shower then make some tea that is meant to make you fall asleep but I mix the teas I use kava tea, relaxing tea and this other tea and it stops my anxiety and helps me sleep. Most of the time I try to overcome my anxiety myself and this forum helps a lot along with my very supportive bf. I also use a lot of distractions if it gets too bad.
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      I know of someone who experienced similar symptoms except the nausea may come on during the day as well. Do you still have symptoms and if not, what helped? Thank you!
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