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could anxiety weaken your muscles?

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Dr. William Golden
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Makes you feel weak: Anxiety can make you feel weak. An example would be feeling weak in the knees, or the legs sometimes referred to as jelly knees. Chronic tension can lead to muscle fatigue.
Answered on Apr 7, 2014

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