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Shaking in body, heavy head and watery eyes. Blood test fine. Diagnosed as anxiety. Advice?

hello!! my name is pria i have in been feeling some inner mild shacking with in my body. Also had blood test ran in every thing cam back good!! in they told me it sounds like its due to anxiety/stress in i just don't be feeling like am stress or have anxiety. an sometimes my head feels heavy in my eyes seem just a little off like am not in no kind of pain but this inner shacking in my body want stop in i want to know what maybe be the cause because am getting so worried that something major might be the case. my eyes seem watery at times i i some times cry because am cared i find my self thinking the worries about things i also get in deep thought that cause me to fear about my life.
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
welcome to Healthcare Magic.

Your symptoms may be related to anxiety. Anxiety disorders can manifest with not only psychological symptoms but with a variety of physical symptoms also like: Tingling, numbness, hot and cold sensations, palpitation, tremors (shakiness) etc.

In history you mentioned that, you already had excessive worry/fear and crying spells, which are also symptoms of anxiety. I can understand your concern but anxiety should be considered in your case specially in presence of normal tests reports.

It is better to get evaluated by psychiatrist and start treatment accordingly. For long term control of anxiety following measures are helpful: relaxation exercise, medicines like SSRIs and non drug treatment like CBT.

Wish you all the best.

Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal
Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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Psychiatrist Dr. Srinivasa S.R.R.Y.'s  Response
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The symptoms described could be due to anxiety. Anxiety is fear without any cause. ( by definition) So we maynot find a reason for our anxiety. Severe anxiety symptoms called panic attracks occur on and off without any reason for some patients and the disease is called panic disorder. The attacks are very distressing wherein patients feel tremors of the body, restlessness, breathlessness, racing of the heart, sweating, chest discomfort, chocking sensation in the neck etc. One gets disturbed a lot as he gets a feeling that something has happened to his body and he may die. Consult a good psychiatrist and he will advise you with medication, other psychological modes of treatment to relieve your symptoms
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Answered: Wed, 8 May 2013
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