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When am getting angry my body started shivering. Is tht problem or everyone will have the same. ?

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Dr. Matt Vukin
Psychiatry
8 doctors agree

In brief: Like a wave

Many people are disturbed by such occurrences & reassurance that this is normal (it is) often helps.
The worry itself can make it worse sometimes. The fight or flight response triggers rapid shallow breaths which trigger a cascade of physiologic changes like the ones mentioned. Focus on your breath and intentionally take longer breaths. Think of the anger like a wave that crests and dissipates.

In brief: Like a wave

Many people are disturbed by such occurrences & reassurance that this is normal (it is) often helps.
The worry itself can make it worse sometimes. The fight or flight response triggers rapid shallow breaths which trigger a cascade of physiologic changes like the ones mentioned. Focus on your breath and intentionally take longer breaths. Think of the anger like a wave that crests and dissipates.
Dr. Matt Vukin
Dr. Matt Vukin
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Dr. Jeffrey Junig
Psychiatry
6 doctors agree

In brief: Adrenaline effect

The response you describe is unusual, but probably caused by release of adrenaline, the fight or flight hormone.
People notice the same after 'near miss' car accidents, where a few minutes afterward, the body starts shaking for a few minutes. The cause is the same-- a rush of adrenaline that makes the muscles shake. Beta blockers will stop it, if it becomes a problem-- or avoid angry situations!

In brief: Adrenaline effect

The response you describe is unusual, but probably caused by release of adrenaline, the fight or flight hormone.
People notice the same after 'near miss' car accidents, where a few minutes afterward, the body starts shaking for a few minutes. The cause is the same-- a rush of adrenaline that makes the muscles shake. Beta blockers will stop it, if it becomes a problem-- or avoid angry situations!
Dr. Jeffrey Junig
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Dr. Melissa Young
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology
4 doctors agree

In brief: It can happen

When you are upset, your body makes more adrenaline, and that can make you shaky.

In brief: It can happen

When you are upset, your body makes more adrenaline, and that can make you shaky.
Dr. Melissa Young
Dr. Melissa Young
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