Anxiety/Depression induced nausea

Anyone else feel nauseous all day long? It's a new symptom for me. I used to get short of breath when I was anxious. Now I get nauseous and then the depressing thoughts come and beat me down. I hate getting out of bed, leaving my house, going to work, and interacting with people. I have a hard time believing that anxiety and depression can be making me feel this way all the time. I feel so alone. No one understands why I can't do things because I don't feel well and it's getting tiring to explain to people. I just want to go back to the old me who didn't have a care in the world about stuff like this.

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  • if its been going on for some weeks then it maybe worth a trip to your doctor, but it is likely its all due to anxiety

  • Yes I would have nausea and diarrhea all day. The gut is one of the first things to be affected. Once you start to except that it is nothing serious your symptoms will become less and less over time. I know it is hard to believe it is all anxiety and nothing else and I long for the days when I felt normal but I am trying to understand that this is my new normal and I need to find ways to handle it. Good luck!

  • Hi, I have a daughter that's going through the same thing as you. I find it very hard for her to deal with people on a daily basis. She has been to the doctor and has had different test done and they all come back stating she is fine. I have spend many hours with her doing from foot reflexology and making her all kinds of teas. We spend hours taking about how she feels and slowly she starts relaxing. Today, we enrolled in a gym and for the first time I have seen her smiling and exiting about getting some workout clothes.

    I know what you are going through and I know you can get better. Please do see your doctor and I'm sure he can give you good advise. Remember I am here :). I understand...

  • I'm sorry about your daughter. It's hard to watch someone struggle. I've been on both sides unfortunately. I just went to a psychiatrist today and she made me feel confident that soon I will be on the right path to making this go away. That was so comforting. I finally have some hope. And I wish for you and your daughter have hope too, it briefly takes away the pain.

  • Thank you so much Kaitlin16 :)

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