Upset somach from anxiety?

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When my anxiety goes into overload my stomach pays. Anyone else?

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  • Posted

    yup i get nauseous đŸ˜­
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    This happens to everyone to some degree from butterflies to the worst of it all - had a uni lecturer who would run out of class - he was so nice and opengly told us he knew everything about the topic but suffered when speaking in front of us all.

    Would take him a couple of months to settle in to getting used to the new student cohort.

    Said his greatest fear was when the time came to speak at his daughters wedding - he said from a young age he had always suffered 'nervous diaorrhea' - poor guysad 

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    Yes this is very true for me. Ive recently lost weight because I can't eat due to stress. It sometimes hurts so bad or makes me have to use the facilities too often. I feel your pain.
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    yep , deffo for me. One of my worst symptoms
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    This is unfortunately due to anxiety, it's horrible! I get it and it feels like I am going to an interview. I realise it is frightening but when it happens if you can  understand it is just your body reacting to stress it might help
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      Yes!

      When my anxiety started I thought I had the stomach virus. The worst of it lasted 2 weeks, and by a month and a half I was able to eat completely regularly. It would even cause bad diarrhea every morning. Now it's been 3 1/2 months and I still have butterflies that only go away occasionally. My anxiety is definitely seen in the stomach.

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    Glad to know I am not alone,my stomach and anxiety have been awful lately,winter doesnt help. Cant wait til spring.
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