Anxiety can cause tremors, but this sounds like it could be more than that. Do you have any other symptoms, like dizziness or palpitations when you stand up? Do you get the tremors even when you're not especially anxious? If either of these are true, you may want to research dysautonomia, or autonomic nervous system dysfunction. It can cause episodes like this.
You might have an inner ear problem or Mineire's Ear. This can cause dizziness when the head tilts, and would also thus explain the nausea. Don't know if this is the case, but an extremely complete series of medical evaluations seems in order.
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yes it can! in fact i will explain in a short detail my experience with heart related anxiety.
i had daily occurrences of dizziness. i had sore throats maybe twice a month! i generally felt achey/tired/breathless. i felt completely hopeless and thought i was really dying and it would be a matter of any day i would go. i then went on meds, and since then have dropped most of them symptoms.