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Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body?

By Dr. Nicole Cain ND, MA

To answer the title of this blog, yes – anxiety can definitely cause weird bodily sensations.

It’s important to note, anxiety doesn’t look the same for everyone. While some experience the common racing thoughts and obsessive thoughts, some may experience more physical symptoms such as stomach upset, numbness and tingling, heart palpitations and more. With the wide array of symptoms that may come with anxiety, I’ve found is easier to break this up into 8 types of anxiety:

(1) Gut Anxiety

(2) Thought Anxiety

(3) Depressive Anxiety

(4) Cardiac/Chest Anxiety

(5) Neurological Anxiety

(6) Angry Anxiety

(7) Endocrine/Hormone Anxiety

(8) Trauma Anxiety

Maybe you already know which type you experience most (and yes, you can have multiple types). Whether you know or not, listening to the 8 Types of Anxiety Podcast series will help you determine which type resonates most with you and offer solutions from a naturopathic perspective and an Ayurvedic perspective.

Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body? Part 1

Gut & Chest Anxiety

Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body? Part 2

Depression & Anger Anxiety

Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body? Part 3

Trauma Anxiety

Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body? Part 4

Thought Anxiety

Can Anxiety Cause Weird Sensations in the Body? Part 5

Neurological & Endocrine Anxiety

If you want help figuring out which type of anxiety is more prevalent for you right now, take the QUIZ!

This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. Whenever considering changing your protocol whether it includes a change of medications, supplements, diet or lifestyle, always speak with your primary care physician first. Dr. Nicole Cain consults with clients via telehealth and in person. Dr. Nicole Cain ND MA has helped countless people take back control of their lives, and she can help you. Learn more here: https://drnicolecain.com/getting-started and submit an application, to become a new client when you are ready.

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