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any symptoms related to physical body and affecting muscles will come under motor tension symptoms.
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.
on the other hand symptoms related to mind will be - Feeling worried all the time, Feeling tired, Unable to concentrate, irritability, difficulty sleeping etc.
I hope this helps.
Please feel free to discuss further if you have any doubts / queries in your mind.
So all the terms I listed would be considered motor tension?
in my view, yes
Dizziness can come under sensory symptom
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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