I believe at times I've tended to think hypochondriatically.
The pain feelings I have experienced have remained chronic until they are proved insignificant enough through medical tests for me to forget about... Then the pain/concern finds another area more believable to focus on.
My particular pain/anxiety cycle began with pelvic pain... Chronic for months, until it was proven to be of no concern through ultrasound etc.
Then I felt fasciculations mostly in legs which migrated around my body day and night for months heightening whenever I was resting or not in enough distraction to feel calm... Tests proved no concern.
'Gallbladder attack' (most likely) was very intense pain, ultrasound clear, no stones. Gb attack Happened 3 times in 3 years, no cause found.
Vague and sometimes buzzing muscle aches, mid upper back and shoulder pain... Chiro and X-rays show no concern.
Shortness of breath, shallow breathing, uptight, catastrophic thoughts.
I flush easily... Usually when I believe that what I want to say would not be socially acceptable so instead I hold it in as the intellectual constipation backs up into a very emotionally uncomfortable feeling.
These feelings come and go... I am here to help understand and accept feelings.
I believe comedy and laughter offers the greatest relief and healing that I've come across.
I appreciate all the 'pouring out of souls' that happens freely here.