I don´t think it´s anything serious, but I am really curious as to WHY it happens.
I´ve done it for as long as I remember. I would feel a strong emotion, such as sadness or anger, and I would start to shake. Not on the outside at first. I´d feel like I was shaking inside. I don´t really know how to explain it other then feeling sort of jittery. Then I´d start shaking on the outside. Sometimes it would get so bad I would have to sit or lay because I felt like I was going to fall or pass out.
I figured it happened to most people. They get mad and shake a little. Nothing abnormal. But it started happening with little things. Like times where I was afraid of being yelled at, versus earlier years where someone close had died and I felt great sadness.
I tried to think of reasons for this. Maybe I had a serious anxiety problem? I didn´t really have scared thoughts, but my body reacted like a scared puppy curled and shaking in a corner. I tried to calm myself everytime with slow breathing and things. But a quick nap seemed to be the best cure.
Recently I thought of the possibility of my blood pressure dropping maybe? I´m not sure if that could cause that reaction or not.
I´m only 19, but most of my life I´ve spent mostly to myself. Throughout school I was a very mellow person. I didn´t go through all these emotional rollercoasters like I do now. I´m more outgoing now and socialize with more people, so I´m exposed to more emotional things. Maybe this is the reason?
I dunno. But please help me out!!
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