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Of the terms below, which, if any, would be considered motor

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Of the terms below, which, if any, would be considered motor tension, when it comes to an anxiety-related disorder? Are there others?

chest pain, tightness in chest, shakiness, heart jumping out of chest, dizziness, shallow breathing, sweating, tremors, headaches

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Hello

Dr Vikas :

any symptoms related to physical body and affecting muscles will come under motor tension symptoms.

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for example, chest pain, tightness in chest, shakiness, tremors,Numbness or tingling in fingers, toes or lips, rapid breathing. Fast or irregular heartbeats (palpitations), headaches, dizziness, faintness etc.

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on the other hand symptoms related to mind will be - Feeling worried all the time, Feeling tired, Unable to concentrate, irritability, difficulty sleeping etc.

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I hope this helps.

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Please feel free to discuss further if you have any doubts / queries in your mind.

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Kind regards

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Vikas

Customer:

So all the terms I listed would be considered motor tension?

Dr Vikas :

in my view, yes

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Dizziness can come under sensory symptom

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also because Dizziness is a nonspecific term used to describe a variety of sensations a person may feel including lightheadedness, off-balance, floating, fuzzy thinking, and faintness.

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hope the link given above is helpful to you.

Customer:

Thanks!

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