Stress can be manifested in the appearence of "shaking hands", or involuntary tremor..........but.........What struck me in reading your post was that you said you vomited three times. Vomiting is related to the loss of substances that help regulate many functions in your body called electrolytes. The rapid fluid loss associated with vomiting can bring on such things.
Blood sugar is another possibility, but the enviroment that you work in sounds like it has stress built into it. You should be proud of yourself for looking for a cause instead of denying that you might be suffering from stress, and then making it worse.
Here is how I would start to remedy the possible causes.
#1). Identify or recognize your stress:
It sounds as if you've covered that, but I want to also point out that you may carry stress with you from other situations in your life, as well as from work to those situations. Stress adds up and reaches a point where you're no longer equiped to handle it yourself if you don't recognize it and take steps to lessen it somehow....................just never
deny that it exists. Everybody has stress. Not being able to cope with stress any longer and seeking help, is the mark of an intelligent person, not a weak one.:kiss
#2). Meet your nutritional needs:
First priority here is to drink water. You should drink 8 glasses a day just to meet your base requirement. Softdrinks, and any other liquid that contains caffiene can make your body lose water instead of helping you fulfill your requirement. Have your softdrinks
but also keep in mind that they don't count towards hydration.
Of course, pay attention to what you're actually eating over the course of a day. If you write down what you eat for a day on a note pad you would be totally amazed at the diferrence between what you think you're eating and what you're really eating. Nutrition plays a role in stress.
#3). Take a good multivitamin with B or a B-complex.
Vitamins and minerals help regulate various functions in our body. Vitamin B helps regulate nevous system function. You may be experiencing a B-vitamin deficiency related to stress.
If you smoke, that can make you lose vitamin B at a greater rate.
It's not complicated(although I have a way of making it seem that way:chuckle )
Make sure you're hydrated before work.
Take a multivitamin daily.
Learn about your eating habits.
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