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    For the past week I have not had an appetite and constantly feel nauseous. I’m worrying myself thinking it could be absolutely anything but then I have spoke to people and they all seem to think it is just due to my Anxiety. For the past few months I have been worrying a lot about different things everyday, it’s always on my mind. I’ve not felt physically or mentally off though but since the start of this week all of a sudden it hits me and I feel different. The scary thing is that I don’t feel poorly but I just feel sad and constantly feeling the need to throw up, yet I can’t be sick. Just thought I would ask if anyone on here could please help at all and tell me what it could be, do you think it is my Anxiety and it has caused my body to breakdown and created side effects from it? How can I make myself better? When will it go? Any help would massively be appreciated! Thank you.
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    Nausea and lack of appetite can be symptoms of anxiety - they're actually the main ones I get too.

    Do you have any outlet for your anxiety? Like anyone you could talk to? It might be an idea to talk to a counselor at your uni/school to try and talk through your worrying about all these different things you might feel a lot better.
 
 
 
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