Hi there. I'm so sorry you are having a rough time! Do you seek any professional help for the anxiety in the form of seeing a psychologist/therapist or taking any medication? Treating the underlying condition as best you can is a good starting point.
One way to slow down the heart rate is to do some breathing exercises. You can try square breathing done like this-- breathe in for 4, hold 4, breath out for 4, hold 4, repeat. Another thing to do is to open and close your fists. Many with anxiety find yoga very beneficial for all of the breathing exercises you do as well as meditation.
For nausea, consider something like crystalized ginger or Vitamin B6.
but really, treating the anxiety is the best way to help those symptoms go away. peace and luck to you dear
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