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What makes you afraid to visit your GP? What is your concern regarding this?
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I understand that this is a part of GAD, but you should realize that such thoughts that you are having are inaccurate and false. Thoughts are just thoughts and are not facts. You should not believe them. Whenever you get such thoughts you should address the thought as "Oh! here I am getting this incorrect though again."
You should read the below book explains these inaccurate thoughts in detail and also how to deal with worry and such physical symptoms that worry you:
Reading this book and implementing the strategies into your life will then allow you to consult your GP with minimal worry and anxiety.
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Yes, these are commonly experienced in anxiety due to the hormones released by the fight or flight response. Nothing to worry about. However, as a precaution, your GP will do an ECG which will most certainly be normal.
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