Anxiety is more than Worry: 10 Scary Physical Symptoms of Anxiety (and What to DO About Them!)

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Today let’s talk about the physical symptoms of anxiety. Anyone who’s had an anxiety attack knows that anxiety is more than worry when it comes to physical symptoms. I personally feel anxiety in my stomach and throat, you may experience physical symptoms of anxiety in other parts of your body. In this video I share 10 scary physical symptoms of anxiety in the body, AND I’ll tell you what to do about them.

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Physical symptoms of anxiety come in a wide range of sensations in your body. For instance, I feel anxiety in my belly. To me, it feels like a swirling sensation. If I focus, I notice that it is swirling clockwise and is about the size of a grapefruit. I also feel anxiety in my throat, and that symptom can be intense.

For many people symptoms of anxiety can get really intense. It can feel like your throat is closing, or like you actually have anxiety pain in your body. If you don’t assuage that anxiety, those physical symptoms can grow into a full blown anxiety attack or even panic attack.

The anxiety body sensations that I consider scary physical symptoms include: difficulty breathing, heart palpitations, chest pain, stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, increased blood pressure, extreme fatigue and headaches.

The good news is that there is an easy way to get anxiety relief and prevent these physical symptoms from escalating into a full blown anxiety attack. The secret is to process anxiety in your body. Anxiety symptoms will always escalate if you try to ignore them, fight them or run away from them. The only way to get relief from scary physical symptoms of anxiety is to acknowledge and allow them.

This is frightening, because it feels like anxiety symptoms will just escalate if you don’t fight against them! Actually the opposite is true. The limbic system, which is the part of your brain that modulates the intensity of emotions like anxiety, is trying to warn you of a perceived threat. If you ignore it, it will increase the intensity of your anxiety symptoms until you start paying attention.

Fortunately it is easy to let the limbic system know that you have heard the message. The brain is always listening to you, whether you are speaking or thinking. So all you have to do is think a message for it to pick up.

To your success!

– Rachael Sloan

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