Stress and anxiety can cause physical symptoms to fluctuate for a few reasons. Prominently, the human body is designed to respond to fear and agitation the way our ancestors did: fighting or fleeing. Even in our modern society, our bodies respond the same way to worrying stimuli. A panic attack is a good example of a psychosomatic issue.
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