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  1. Nikorg

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    Nov 26,  · feeling tense, irritable, and “on edge” How to stop shaking Once you’ve accepted that you’re having a panic or anxiety attack, fighting against your symptoms might make them last longer.
  2. Arashit

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    Cause of such panic disorder mostly remain unknown but in this disorder you may feel symptoms like shaking, shortness of breath, feeling of choking, pain in the chest, nausea, stomach ache, feeling dizzy, tingling or numbness, chills /hot flashes, bounding heartbeat or fast heart rate, sweating etc. even without any underlying disorder.
  3. Arashikus

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    If you skip breakfast, you may start feeling shaky before lunch. A symptom such as shakiness before eating is your body telling you something is not right. There are several reasons that your body may be getting shaky between meals. Hypoglycemia -- too little glucose in your blood -- is probably the main reason. Preventing hypoglycemia may help.
  4. Negrel

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    An occasional fainting or dizzy feeling may be due to a brief interruption of oxygen reaching your brain. However, when the fainting feeling is accompanied by shaking, and it happens recurrently, it should be a cause for alarm and you need to visit your doctor as soon as possible.
  5. Dukus

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    feeling nervous. feeling very drowsy and weak; appetite. irritation. shaking. sweating. In some cases, this condition can be treated surgically. Where it can’t be treated, dietary changes can assist manage symptoms by lowering the probability that a significant drop in blood glucose will take place.
  6. Malazilkree

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    This trembling, shaking or vibrating feeling might affect just the outside of the body, just the inside of the body, or both. This trembling shaking feeling can also switch back and forth randomly and without reason. These anxiety shaking trembling feelings might occur rarely, intermittently, or persistently.
  7. Gak

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    Mar 06,  · hey i've had a weird feeling for quite a while now, usually when i'm lying down in bed on my side it feels like a little earthquake is happening and i start to listen to if there's shaking anywhere else if i roll over onto my other side, it usually stops but it sometimes will start up again a while later a couple of times last night i thought there was an actual earthquake until i realised.
  8. Tojarn

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    May 10,  · If the shaking stops, low blood sugar is the most likely cause. Then, eat some protein to avoid a recurrence. At the onset of shakiness, evaluate whether you've slept well, eaten in last four hours or experienced something that caused you to feel anxious.

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