You have reassured me about my own situation, so let me attempt to reassure you. I am quite certain that what you are feeling is very normal for somebody suffering from anxiety. When my anxiety was at its worst, I would feel it in my legs and feet as well. I wouldn't feel burning as much as tingling, along with aches and shooting pains. I would also have weakness in my legs and experience the constant need to sit down. Sometimes, even when I was sitting down, my legs would feel so weak that I would be certain that they would give out if I tried to stand up. For the longest time, I believed that these symptoms were unrelated to my anxiety, because they would happen even at times when I felt calm. However, I came to learn that if you suffer from chronic anxiety, it will take its toll on your body even when it is not being experienced consciously. Even from the subconscious parts of the brain, anxiety has the power to wreak havoc on all parts of our anatomy. And then we start to worry that there is something physically wrong with us, which makes the anxiety even worse, which makes the physical symptoms worse, which causes us to worry even more. It's a vicious cycle. I don't know how extreme your case is, but maybe you should consider taking medication to lessen your anxious thoughts? I believe that this would be much more effective than attempting to treat your symptoms, because it really does sound like your symptoms originate from your state of mind.
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