Lots of symptoms can anyone relate please.

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After a lot of doctors and hospitals they have found nothing wrong with me medical.

I have questions that would like to ask.

1) I've been finishing work pretty early. I work in London so pretty stressful. If I work long days my anxiety 100% kicks in. Normal?

2) I get strange heart burn sensation and nausea at night (around 9-10) EVERY NIGHT. Is this anxiety related?

3) my morning nausea and needing to poo every morning and feeling dreadful with no appertite for about a year. Can anyone relate to these symptoms.

4) I play rugby Saturdays after a game I get crazy shaking and fever symptoms with bad nausea. Can anyone relate?

I've been having time off and on St John Ward. I refuse to take anti depressants and make me feel like crap

I have had a crazy year I am relocating to America. Been sway from my wife for few months also crazy busy at work.

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    Everything sounds anxiety related except the fever have you checked to see if it is a fever or just hot and sweaty?

    2 and 3 definitely do, you are probably suffering from IBS my daughter does from anxiety. I also did years ago.

    you can also suffer from heart burn too.

    I understand not wanting to get on meds they have a lot of bad side effects.

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    Sorry I didn't address your first question of is it normal to feel more anxiety the more you work.

    The answer is most definitely.

    With work comes physical and mental stress which will trigger anxiety attacks.

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    1. Absolutely long days in a stressful environment will cause you issues, much of the time it is the prolonging of a stressed event that will have longer term reprocussions. You need to evaluate whether the effect your job has on you is worth the pursuit of it, if not, consider something healthier for you where you will be happy!

    2. It depends on your routine, do you change your routine nightly to see if it still happens? Do you drink a beer around that time daily? Do you eat your dinner around the same time every day? Are you eating a lot of acidic foods throughout the day? You need to ask yourself these questions and experiment. Try to find a solution for one night and then replicate it. Probably not anxiety related but don't quote me on that one. Ask a doctor if you are really concerned about it.

    3. I never want to eat in the morning, but it depends on what time you get up I suppose. Yo have to look at your life style over the period of time you have had the issue. Is there something that has been consistent with the issue you have had? With schedule been consistent with it? Meal plan? Family related stress? Anything like that? The poo in the morning is perfectly good, be grateful that you have regular movements my friend, some people are most definitely not as fortunate.

    4.rugby is a rough game, from the sounds of it you are working all week, in a stressful environment, and then going Ham in a full contact sport. If you want my personal opinion you need to get more physical exercise during the week to train for the weekend, also I would think about what you eat and drink before, during and after the game and try something different. It may be weird at first but if you can give something that works for you then stock with it. I know a lot of athletes who enjoy pasta about an hour before game time, stay well hydrated and try not to drive your body into the ground when you're out on the pitch. Hopefully something in there will help you solve it.

    From the sounds of it mate you have answered your own question at the end there. You're away from the person you love, and you are working in a stressful environment. Being away from my love would be enough to send me over the deep end, let alone facing a crazy work life. You need to evaluate what is important, and you need to look on the bright side. Try to find a way that you can live your life in a happier, more relaxed and peaceful way. Even the little things count more than you would think. Be proactive about fixing these issues and I'm sure you'll find a way to alter your life style to something more suitable. As humans we tend to get stuck in a rhythm and it is hard to get out of. Just try your best and remember that at the end of your like it will be the smiles that will count, not the numbers, take a look at what's important and what you need to do for your day to day life to express that. Good luck my friend, I hope everything turns out okay, let me know if you need any help or just an ear to listen.

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      Hi thankyou.

      I take ant acid pills and doesn't help.

      I don't drink at all 

      And diet very good so not sure about it really strange. 

      Been off work a week because if this now hoping to return tomorrow very worried 

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