It's common to experience a combination of anxiety and nausea. You find your heart beating at a very fast rate accompanied by chest pain, dizziness, vomiting and sweating.
It can also bring in what you might consider to be irrational thoughts and you may experience a full panic attack.
Additionally, when you’re anxious and are attacked by nausea, certain parts of your brain start “over firing”, while some parts are “under firing”, and you become “unbalanced”.
Generally speaking, epinephrine (or what many call adrenaline) is released when you’re experiencing nausea.
During these times, your intestines and stomach are in an uproar, with the enzymes and acids disrupted.
This also can lead to irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Guess what? IBS also leads to feelings of nausea.
Once this process of stress and anxiety begins, it leads to more anxiety as your stomach muscles feel your tension, the enzymes, acids and hormones are disrupted more, and the feelings of nausea become worse.
It’s imperative that you take it seriously or it can cause severe health complications down the road.
If you’re suffering from this problem, you may find yourself susceptible to drug abuse or indulging in alcoholic activities. You might even get addicted to anxiety medications or anti-depressants.
There’s a very high risk factor involved and it’s important we find solutions for you. When experiencing anxious nausea, you may have the following symptoms:
(1) Difficulty while talking
(2) Sweating profusely
(3) Trembling and rapid heart beat
There are several ways available to help your nausea.
Stay Hydrated: Drink plenty of water. Dehydration can easily bring on more anxiety.
Your Breathing: Experiment with different deep breathing techniques, such as breathing out through your mouth after you’ve brought your breath in through your nose and held it for about 5 seconds or so.
Light Exercise: Engage in regular walking or jogging. Endorphins are released and some of that adrenaline is reduced, which helps elevate your mood as anxiety is lessoned. You’ll also experience your muscles becoming tired, which will help you sleep better, further helping your anxiety issues.
Your Diet: Remember that nausea will be worse when your stomach is empty. When you eat, though, focus more on light meals, rather than fattening, unhealthy, heavy type meals.
Beyond the above tips, sound therapy is extremely effective in helping your anxiety. This is because it helps reduce the stress that’s causing your anxiety to begin with.
While many folks believe this type of healing is new, it’s actually been in practice for thousands of years. Treating your nausea that comes from your anxiety is something you can do without turning to harmful medications.
It’s all about treating the underlying stress that results in your anxiety. Sound therapy uses sound frequencies to “talk” to the cells of your body that have become disrupted due to your stress.
As these cells return to normal, many stress related conditions, such as depression, migraines, gas, dizziness, weight loss, chest and stomach pains, and of course, anxiety and nausea, are relieved.
We encourage you to find out more about this exciting way to treat your pain holistically. If you’d like to do that, simply fill out the form below and we’ll send you information to help you understand the benefits and how to gain access to sound therapy.