10 Physical Conditions That Can Trigger Your Anxiety

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and digestive issues

Anxiety and IBS symptoms go hand in hand and it can be hard to separate which is the root cause. If it’s the IBS that’s causing anxiety, getting a handle on the physical symptoms can alleviate the mental ones. Other anxiety symptoms such as fatigue and a dry mouth can instead be caused by stomach ulcers and dyspepsia.

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