I sometimes get stomach aches but mostly headaches when I get too stressed. I find it helpful to just relax with some chamomile tea and try to work out my issues.posted 9 months ago
Yes, 2 years ago, I had the same problem with my stomach, caused by stress. Try drinking a lot of tea, eating healthy and regular, but most important: get rid of the stress. Everything is going to be alright, you are safe and loved :)posted 9 months ago
I agree with lavinias about tea. school stresses me out and I always end up either have a painful stomach or a dizzy head. Tea helped me as well as sleeping 8 hours! (Although it is impossible sometimes for me!)posted 9 months ago
Nervous stomach is only cured with sleep. Regular sleeping or resting when you’re tired will help calm the stress. There are other things to do, but sleep helps a lot.posted 9 months ago
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Medical literature will show that stress has drastic effects on the human body, especially on the Gastrointestinal system.
I am currently in medical school, and last year I went through a several month ordeal of constant stomach pain, bloating, nausea, and “the runs”. Desperate for answers, I went to my primary care physician. He explained that the stress i was enduring in school had led to what is called Irritable Bowel Syndrome. His recommendation was natural remedies including Flaxeed Oil, Probiotics (help calm your tummy by neutralizing the acidic secretions due to excess stress), and meditation. I am currently feeling great, and am constantly working keeping my stress to a minimum.
Stress and lack of sleep are the ultimate evils for your stomach and bowels. Avoid these two at all costs!!!
**If you have severe stomach pain, and notice that it gets worse when not eating, or you notice blood in your stools, you likely have a stomach ulcer caused by chronic stress—this requires medical intervention asap.
Good luck and please keep us updated!! And play it cool, wipe that stress off you :-)posted 7 months ago