Hello there! I recognize you from the HIV forum. I'm glad to see you posting here, as you don't have an HIV concern. Your English is fine, by the way.
Anxiety can cause very real physical symptoms for sure, even when anxiety is improving/resolving. However, from what you describe, your symptoms sound more related to either a cold, upper respiratory infection (URI), allergies, something like that. Anxiety doesn't typically cause a stuffy nose or sore throat. Have you been seen by your doctor? If not, that's where you need to start. It could be that you've caught a garden variety virus that is causing cold like symptoms. Some of those types of viral infections can be hard to shake, and it isn't uncommon to see recurrences of the symptoms. The good news is, other than the annoying symptoms, those kinds of infections aren't usually a threat to your health. If you've been experiencing higher levels of anxiety recently (which it seems you have based on your posts in the HIV forum), then your immune system could be stressed, which would explain why you're not "shaking" whatever is causing your symptoms.
Start with your doctor and then do from there. It goes without saying that if you're still suffering from anxiety, you would benefit from therapy to help to change your thinking process.
Good luck to you.
Hello nursegirl... thanks very much for your very informative reply... since my english is very poor ... it is quite hard for me to understand what does it mean by
"shaking" in this sentence >> "which would explain why you're not "shaking" whatever is causing your symptoms"
Does it mean that I cant easily fight on whatever causing my symptoms due to my stressed immune system?? Im sorry for asking this hihi ^_^"" I just want a clarification.
You are very kind. God bless u.
Meaning "get rid of" or "getting over".
Oh I see... thanks again ^_^