Sudden chills

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I have a anxiety disorder and keep getting cold chills which run down my body and give me goosebumps anyone else have these I always get them everyday I get them in hot and cold days 

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    When I am sweating I get very cold don't know why it's just anxiety I don't know how to cure it so I just let it pass it will be okay 
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    Hi George, I suspect that the cold chills are just part of the anxiety disorder in general. I was unusually sensitive to the cold with my anx disorder. Don't let this worry you.
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    Hi George, try not to worry, I have an anxiety disorder and get these too! I'll get cold chills down my back and then a twitch. I just shake it off and then ignore it. I'm interested to find out how anxiety causes this though - I'm aware that the more anxious I get the more I have 
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    Hi, George, yes goosbumps are common and cold chills, some develope sudden hot flashes or sweats. there are many manifistations that can occur in panic. Most can be produced through a medication if your taking anything, But these can be developed in the mind as a trigger of pending doom of some nature.

    I produce tingling in my body usually lower legs or hands. Best advise I can give is don't focus in your mind on what is happening. It will just get worse. distract your mind by talking outloud. You can't focus on both at the same time your brain doesn't work that way. Tap into the root of why your feeling this sensation and then tell your body STOP! Vision a Big red stop sign and tell the body STOP!

    you may have to do this frequently to get your subconscious to reprogram.

    Hope this helps

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