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You Feel Sick and You Don't Know Why

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on July 14, 2017 17:30

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Your nerves are acting up.

In my opinion, nerves -- when you feel sick and don't know why -- can ruin your day.

As an example: you are going on a date or an activity, and all day long you are excited about the activity. When you get dressed for the date or activity you feel good. After you are dressed and drive over to where your date or activity is waiting, you start to feel sick -- nerves are acting up. Why?

Is it because you might say the wrong thing, and your date might get mad at you and stay mad all night? Or is it because you like the person and you're afraid you might give the wrong impression and never get another date with him or her?

These are several reasons that, all of a sudden, your nerves start to act up. So, the next question is: How can you stop being nervous?

Many people do nothing but go to the activity knowing that a few minutes into the it the nerves will go away. Other people take a deep breath when they get to the activity and hope the nerves go away. No matter what you do after the event starts within 20-minutes or more, your nerves will die down and you will feel ok.

If you don't feel ok after, in my opinion, it may be more than nerves and you might need to get medical help.

Sidney Drabkin

Posted on July 14, 2017 17:30

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