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Anxiety disorders

Panic disorder and anxiety that leads to attacks have some things in common, but they’re not the same condition. Both conditions can lead to physical symptoms that feel out of your control, including trembling and “the shakes.”

Do you shake while angry?

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Tremors caused by anxiety aren’t dangerous, but they can be uncomfortable. Sometimes losing control of your body when you’re having anxiety can quickly escalate into other symptoms.

Exercises to get rid of the anxiety

  • Progressive muscle relaxation . This technique focuses on contracting, then releasing different muscle groups. It can be done in tandem with deep breathing. The goal in practicing this technique is to get your body to relax. This can stop you from trembling.
  • Yoga poses. The child’s pose and sunrise salutations can help you regulate your breathing and bring calm back to your body. Regular yoga practice has been shown to reduce anxiety symptoms.
  • Mindfulness exercises . Exercises that incorporate meditation can also help stop you from shaking.

Symptoms

  • difficulty concentrating on anything besides anxious thoughts
  • fatigue and muscle ache
  • headache or migraine
  • nausea, vomiting, or loss of appetite
  • rapid breathing
  • excessive sweating
  • feeling tense, irritable, and “on edge”

Causes of shaking

Panic attacks don’t always have a clear cause. When you have panic attacks due to a certain trigger, it’s called an expected panic attack. That means they’re somewhat predictable. The symptoms of a panic attack can be seen and identified by someone else, while the symptoms of anxiety take place mostly in your mind, and may be harder to spot.

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