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Anxiety, stomach pains and nausea, what could be wrong?

Anxiety, stomach pains and nausea, what could be wrong?

Anxiety: First check with your doctor to rule out any medical concerns. If cleared ask for a referral to a mental health professional who specializes in treating anxiety. Try using the free anti anxiety app featured on the soundmindz.Org website for support and education. Some issues in your life may be causing you great tension which needs to be uncovered and resolved. Best. ...Read more

Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Anxiety (Definition)

Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more


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Suffering from anxiety stomach pain goes away when I relax how do i treat this bc it feels like stomach indigestion ?

Suffering from anxiety stomach pain goes away when I relax how do i treat this bc it feels like stomach indigestion ?

Sometimes...: It is more important to treat the underlying cause than the symptoms itself. So in your case, you need to treat your anxiety and the stomach indigestion will slowly improve as your anxiety is treated more effectively. There are medications that are for both anxiety and bowel irritation. Ask your dr. to treat your anxiety and get well soon. ...Read more

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I have severe severe social anxiety, stomach pains, racing mild paranoid thoughts, crippling anxiety. Would weed help me along w/.25 of klonopin (clonazepam)?

I have severe severe social anxiety, stomach pains, racing mild paranoid thoughts, crippling anxiety. Would weed help me along w/.25 of klonopin (clonazepam)?

No: Pot is contraindicated in social anxiety and it makes it worse. Also it is contraindicated in paranoid states. Klonopin (clonazepam) at the current dose is insufficient for sad. You should be on an antidepressant for the sad, possibly a low dose second generation atypical antipsychotic and a higher dose of Klonopin (clonazepam) and the pot must go! you need psychotherapy also.!best wishes. ...Read more

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How to cure anxiety-caused stomach pain?

How to cure anxiety-caused stomach pain?

Anxiety & stomach: pain. If your doc has ruled out medical conditions see a mental health professional for stress management training. Are you taking any medications? Check w/doc to see if this is a side effect. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Can anxiety cause stomach aches?

Absolutely!: or headaches, or any body pain. These are called somatizations and are a physical manifestation of anxiety, a symptom if you will. cognitive behavioral therapy can help. take care. ...Read more

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How long will anxiety-related stomach gas and bloating last?

How long will anxiety-related stomach gas and bloating last?

Treat the anxiety: If you are certain it is anxiety related then the best remedy is to treat the anxiety through self care. Good sleep, good nutrition (avoid gassy foods) and exercise all help to reduce anxiety. In addition, cognitive and behavioral changes as well as mindfulness have been proven effective strategies for resolving anxiety. Psychotherapy can be helpful in reducing anxiety and symptoms. ...Read more

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On mirtazapine 30mg amitriptaline 10mg still struggle wit anxiety churning stomach would buspirone help ?

On mirtazapine  30mg amitriptaline 10mg still struggle wit anxiety churning stomach would buspirone help ?

Maybe: Discuss this in detail with your treating physician. There may be other antidepressants such as Lexapro (escitalopram) or clonazepam which would better help your anxiety. In my practice, with my anxious patients, I have found excellent results with the SSRI antidepressants at solid therapeutic doses work very well. ...Read more

Dr. Alan Ali
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Feeling Anxious (Definition)

different subjective and objective symptoms of anxiety. The ones usually first encountered are: rapid heart beats, increased breathing, hypervigilance, and rapid thinking. For a complete list and a thorough understanding of the how's and why's ...Read more