Health is going down hill

I am feeling weaker as the days go by I spent 23 hours a day in my living room bei gsick or trying to eat or drink. I over think smost of the time but thanks to meditation i can control my anxiety. I am feeling low and weak I'm hoping is my blood sugar and not something more serious. Achalasia is a constant battle most days. Hope to feel better later.

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  • I'm praying you feel better 💛

  • Thanks chubbers I hope so to.

  • Oh Dodo, I just saw this now. It could be your blood sugar from not being able to eat or drink anything. Are you do for a doctor's check up so they can address the weakness? Although between the Achalasia and not moving around that can make you weak. You say you spend 23 hrs a day in your living room, does that mean you

    eat, sleep, watch tv all in one room? Do you get to exercise a little by walking around some. I know going outside is difficult. I hope you will be okay and get it checked out.

    Wishing you feel better soon.

  • Hi Agora your probably right I eat alot of sugary foods as well and suddenly not eat would make my blood sugar drop dramatically. How are you and your daughter hope things have improved. I got a confession to make as well I became addicted to heroin about 7 years agho and my mental health teamput me on subutex I take quite a few I think that has hit my health been on them for so long I was only addicted on heroin for 6 months but they new about my violent outburst because so many got hurt and I think its another reason to keep tabs on me because of my ptsd and depression. I got to make more of an effort to go out in the fresh air and get some day light on me but I find going out so stressful and I like being on my own watching TV or playing guitar. I goi g try and have a cup of drinking chocolate with a few spoon fulls of sugar now. Chat soon Dodo.

  • Take care my friend.

  • Common anxiety symptoms include:

    Body (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the body in general):

    Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions)

    Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles

    Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin)

    Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin

    Body aches, parts of or your entire body feels sore and achy, feels like your body and muscles are bruised

    Body jolts, body zaps, electric jolt feeling in body, intense body tremor or “body shake”

    Body temperature increase or decrease, change in body temperature

    Burning skin, itchy, “crawly,” prickly or other skin sensations, skin sensitivity, numbness on the skin

    Burning skin sensation on the face, neck, ears, scalp, or shoulders

    Buzzing sensation in the feet, toes, hands, fingers, arms, legs

    Chest pain, chest tightness

    Choking

    Chronic Fatigue, exhaustion, super tired, worn out

    Clumsiness, feeling clumsy, co-ordination problems with the limbs or body

    Cold chills, feeling cold

    Craving sugar, sweets, chocolate, usual craving for sugar and sweets

    Difficulty speaking, moving mouth, talking, co-ordination problems with the mouth or tongue

    Dizziness, feeling lightheaded

    Dizzy, feeling dizzy

    Electric shock feeling, body zaps

    Excess of energy, you feel you can’t relax

    Falling sensation, feel like your are falling or dropping even though you aren't

    Feel like you are going to pass out or faint

    Feeling cold or chilled

    Feel wrong, different, foreign, odd, or strange

    Flu-like symptoms, general malaise, feel ill, like you are coming down with a flu

    Flushed face, red face, flushed skin

    Frequent urination

    Head Zaps

    Heart palpitations, racing heart

    Hyperactivity, excess energy, nervous energy

    Increased or decreased sex drive

    Infection - increased infections, persistent infection

    Mouth or throat clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your mouth or jaw, such as when talking

    Muscles that vibrate, jitter, tremor, or shake when used

    Muscle twitching

    Nausea

    Nausea vomiting

    Neck, back, shoulder pain, tightness/stiffness

    Night sweats, waking up in a sweat, profusely sweating at night

    No energy, feeling lethargic, tired

    Numbness

    Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling

    Numbness and tingling, and other skin sensations on hands, feet, face, head, or any other places on the body

    Persistent muscle tension, stiffness

    Pounding heart, heart feels like it is beating too hard

    Pulsing or throbbing muscles. Pulsing or throbbing sensation.

    Rib or rib cage tightness, pressure, or feeling like a tight band around the rib cage

    Sexual Dysfunction, sexual uninterest

    Shooting pains, stabbing pains, and odd pressures in the neck, head, or face

    Shooting pains in the face

    Shooting pains in the scalp or head

    Skipped heart beats

    Sore or tight scalp or back of the neck

    Startle easily

    Sweating, uncontrollable profuse sweating

    The floor feels like it is moving either down or up for no reason

    Tightness in the ribs or rib cage area, may also feel like a tight band around the ribs or rib cage area.

    Tingling sensations, anywhere on the body, including the hands, feet, legs, arms, head, mouth, chest, groin area

    Throat or mouth clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your mouth or jaw, such as when talking

    TMJ

    Trembling, shaking, tremors

    Twitching

    Unsteadiness, dizziness, feeling dizzy or lightheaded

    Urgency to urinate, frequent urination, sudden urge to go to the washroom (similar to urinary tract or prostate infection symptoms)

    Warm spells

    Weak - feel weak, weakness, low energy, light, soft, like you may faint

    Weak legs, arms, or muscles

    Weight loss, weight gain

    Chest (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the chest area):

    Chest tremors, trembling in the chest, chest feels like it is vibrating

    Chest pain or discomfort

    Concern about the heart

    Feel like you have to force yourself to breath

    Find it hard to breath, feeling smothered, shortness of breath

    Frequent yawning to try and catch your breath

    Heart Palpitations – beating hard or too fast, rapid heartbeat

    Heart - Irregular heart rhythms, flutters or ‘skipped’ beats, tickle in the chest that makes you cough

    Pounding heart, heart feels like it is beating too hard

    Rib or rib cage tightness, pressure, or feeling like a tight band around the rib cage

    Fears (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with fear):

    A heightened fear of what people think of you

    Afraid of being trapped in a place with no exits

    Constant feeling of being overwhelmed.

    Fear of being in public

    Fear of dying

    Fear of losing control

    Fear of impending doom

    Fear of making mistakes or making a fool of yourself to others

    Fear of passing out

    Fear that you are losing your mind

    Fears about irrational things, objects, circumstances, or situations

    Fears of going crazy, of dying, of impending doom, of normal things, unusual feelings and emotions, unusually frightening thoughts or feelings

    Heightened self awareness, or self-consciousness

    Need to find nearest washrooms before you can feel comfortable

    Need to seat near exits

    Head (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the head):

    Brain fog

    Burning, itchy, tight scalp

    Dizziness

    Dizzy

    Dizziness or light-headedness

    Frequent headaches, migraine headaches

    Feeling like there is a tight band around your head, pressure, tightness

    Head, neck or shoulder pain, tightness/stiffness

    Head zaps, head tremors

    Giddiness

    Numbness

    Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling

    Shooting pains, stabbing pains, and odd pressures in the neck, head, or face

    Shooting pains in the face

    Shooting pains in the scalp or head

    When you close your eyes you feel like are beginning to, or will, float upwards

    Sore jaw that feels like a tooth ache

    TMJ (Temporo-Mandibular Joint) - clenching of the jaw or grinding of the teeth

    Hearing/Ear(s) (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with hearing):

    Feel like there is something stuck in your ear, that your ear canal it plugged or blocked, that there is a pebble in your ear that you can't get out

    Low rumbling sounds

    Reduced hearing, frequent or intermittent reduced hearing or deafness in one or both ears

    Ringing in the ears, noises in the ears, noises in the head

    Pulsing in the ears, throbbing sound in the ear(s)

    Tickle or itch in your ear that you can't seem to get at

    Mind (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the mind and thinking):

    Afraid of everything

    Altered state of reality, consciousness, or universe feeling

    Brain Fog

    Deja Vu, a feeling like you've done or experienced something before

    Depersonalization

    Derealization

    Desensitization

    Difficulty concentrating, short-term memory loss

    Difficulty thinking, speaking, forming thoughts, following conversations

    Disorientation

    Fear of going crazy

    Fear of losing control

    Fear of impending doom

    Feelings of unreality

    Frequent feeling of being overwhelmed, or that there is just too much to handle or do

    Having difficulty concentrating

    Nightmares, bad dreams

    Obsession about sensations or getting better

    Repetitive thinking or incessant ‘mind chatter’

    Short-term learning impairment, have a hard time learning new information

    Short-term memory impairment, can't remember what I did a few days, hours, or moments ago

    Spaced out feelings, feeling spaced out

    "Stuck" thoughts; thoughts, mental images, concepts, songs, or melodies that "stick" in your mind and replay over and over again.

    Trapped in your mind feeling

    Underlying anxiety, apprehension, or fear

    You often feel you are carrying the world on your shoulders

    Mood / Emotions (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with mood, emotions, and feelings):

    Always feeling angry and lack of patience

    Depersonalization

    Depression

    Dramatic mood swings (emotional flipping)

    Emotionally blunted, flat, or numb

    Emotional "flipping" (dramatic mood swings)

    Emotions feel wrong

    Everything is scary, frightening

    Feeling down in the dumps

    Feeling like things are unreal or dreamlike

    Frequently being on edge or 'grouchy'

    Feel like crying for no apparent reason

    Have no feelings about things you used to

    Not feeling like yourself, detached from loved ones, emotionally numb

    Underlying anxiety, apprehension, or fear

    You feel like you are under pressure all the time

    Mouth/Stomach (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the mouth and stomach):

    A ‘tinny’, ‘metallic’ or ‘ammonia’, or unusual smell or taste

    Aerophagia (swallowing too much air, stomach distention, belching)

    Burning mouth, feeling like the inside of your mouth is burning, or tingling, or like pins and needles, or all of these together or at different times

    Burning tongue, feeling like your tongue is burning, or tingling, or like pins and needles, or all of these, or all of these together or at different times

    Choking

    Constant craving for sugar or sweets

    Constipation

    Diarrhea

    Difficulty swallowing

    Difficulty talking, pronouncing certain letters or sounds, mouth feels like it isn't moving right, slurred speech

    Dry mouth

    Feeling like you can’t swallow properly or that something will get caught in your throat

    Feeling like your tongue is swollen

    IBS

    Lack of appetite or taste

    Lump in the throat, tight throat, something stuck in your throat

    Mouth muscles twitching/jumping

    Mouth or throat clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your mouth or jaw, such as when talking

    Nausea

    Nausea vomiting

    Nausea or abdominal stress

    Numbness

    Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling

    Stomach upset, gas, belching, bloating

    Teeth grinding

    The thought of eating makes you nauseous

    Tight throat, lump in throat

    Throat or mouth clicking or grating sound/noise when you move your mouth or jaw, such as when talking

    TMJ

    Tongue symptoms - Tingly, “stretched,” numb, frozen, itchy, “crawly,” burning, twitching, “jumpy,” aching, sore, or swollen tongue (when it isn’t).

    Urgency to urinate, frequent urination, sudden urge to go to the washroom

    Vomiting

    Skin (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with the skin):

    Burning skin sensations, skin sensitivity

    Numbness

    Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling

    Skin problems, infections, rashes

    Sleep (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with sleep):

    Difficulty falling or staying asleep

    Frequent bad, bizarre, or crazy dreams

    Hearing sounds in your head that jolt you awake

    Insomnia, or waking up ill in the middle of the night

    Jolting awake

    Waking up in a panic attack

    You feel worse in the mornings

    Sight (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with sight):

    Distorted, foggy, or blurred vision

    Dry, watery or itchy eyes

    Eye tricks, seeing things our of the corner of your eye that isn’t there, stars, flashes

    Eyes sensitive to light

    Spots in the vision

    Flashing lights when eyes are closed

    Your depth perception feels wrong

    Touch (anxiety symptoms commonly associated with touch):

    Burning skin sensations, skin sensitivity

    Feeling cold or chilled

    Numbness

    Numbness tingling, numbness and tingling

    Pain

    Tingling, pins and needles feelings

    Other anxiety symptoms are described as:

    Being like a hypochondriac, muscle twinges, worry all the time, tingles, gagging, tightness in the chest, tongue twitches, shaky, breath lump, heart beat problems, head tingles, itchy tingling in arms and legs, and so many more.

    Now eat and relax my friend you will be fine.... Your talking to a 42 year old survivor of gad, PTSD, and extreme panic disorder. Since the age of 13

  • That's quite a list! Must've taken some time to type! :)

  • Mmmm ok.

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