Temples Hurt/Headaches/Feet are Cold?

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Okay so I have horrible anxiety and now for some reason my Temples have been hurting and I keep getting Pressure Headaches AND my Feet are constantly COLD!!! Is this normal?

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    Its hard to say as the symptoms could be for numerous things like circulation or even changes in the weather. How long have you been feeling like this, what time of day is it worse and are you taking any medication for anxiety for instance?
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    Anxiety causes muscular tension - this will give you headaches. It also restricts blood from your lesser muscles and sends extra to your limbs so you can fight or run away, look up the fight or flight thing. So if your doctor says you're healthy and it's anxiety/ these are th reasons why
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    hi

    ​yes they are symptoms of health anxiety however you also need to see your doc to be sure, feet would often feel sweaty too sometimes but yet there dry, it is really a weird feeling, pressure headaches also can be common and last weeks,

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      Health anxiety is banded around a lot but it sounds a lot more like you're worrying about generalised anxiety symptoms. There's no worry that you have a completely unrelated disease such as a tumour or something. So if you go to look it up, look up just generalised anxiety disorder or generalised panic disorder.

      Good luck.

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    Is it possible you have dehydration? Sodas and coffee and teas drain your water from your body. Rehydrate, it will take a couple of days.half your body weight in liquid a day and see if your body feels better.sometimes the simplest things make you feel better.
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