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Physiological causes of anxiety

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Dr. Klarida Papaqako MD

I have been very stressed and kind of going through a lot for a while now also causing anxiety ... a physiological pain of some sort. Any idea what this might be? ... View answer

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Dr.  Chakravarthy Mazumdar MD

Can anxiety cause me to swallow the wrong way? I took a Barium Swallow test and the doctor performing the procedure some of the fluid was going down the wrong way. ... View answer

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Dr. Saumya Mittal MD

I am a 61 year old R.N. w/ a lifelong history of severe anxiety and dysthymic depression . No underlying physiological cause has been found, however my symptoms persist, despite meds, ( Zoloft and... View answer

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Dr. Neel Kudchadkar MD

what are the possible medications for anxiety caused depression and alcoholism? ... View answer

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Dr. Manisha Gopal MD

and have other classic anxiety symptoms however I feel that most of my anxiety is caused by physical ... to continue to pursue a physiological cause. I have been awaiting a follow up... View answer

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were bothering me causing my breathing to be uncomfortable. I got up to use the bathroom and got really .... Was that a major anxiety attack? Another thing I noticed is my mouth went completely dry. When I... View answer

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Dr. K. V. Anand MD

stress. My concern is that if prolonged stress can cause cancer isn t anxiety much worse? Could you please clarify if stress and anxiety are physiologically the same in terms of negative... View answer

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Dr. Bhagyesh V. Patel MD

About 20 minutes ago I had a dizziness attack while sitting at my dining room table studying anatomy and physiology. I am a 60 year old military retired female (grandmother). I have stress still from ... View answer

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Dr.  Abhishek Kapoor MD

I have been feeling really drained of energy, irritiablity, head not feeling right. I have been having problems thinking as if my head isn t with my body, feeling anxious for no reason at different times of the day. Its... View answer

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Dr. Maria Lauralynn Noblejas MD

iam 24 year male ihave problem of racing thoughts,headche,high blood pressure,comprehened in readin and learning,neagative thoughts lack of sleep,mood swings,irreatibality,fear,difficulty in judgment mamory loss ,can not... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.  Abubakar Siddiqh MD

no, anxiety is related mood.

Dr.    Mohammed Taher Ali MD

Yes, anxiety can increase the urge & frequency to urinate and defecate as well.