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Yes anxiety is very common and even inevitable in those who abuse alcohol and or drugs.
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Long term alcohol abuse is one possible cause.
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Alcohol can reduce the amount of digestive enzymes secreted by the pancreas, thereby causing it to inflame and leak digestive enzyme. Alcohol abuse is the leading cause of pancreatitis, it, along with gall stones, accounts for 80%-90% of all cases.
They can be caused by caffeine intake. Also, stress and anxiety can contribute. Illicit drugs like cocaine can cause this along with alcohol and nicotine. Overexertion is also a likely cause.
Anxiety is known to cause palpitations around your appendix region.
A palpitation can be felt when the heart beats too fast, too slow or irregularly--this is called an arrhythmia. Many things can cause palpitations including: dehydration, fever, drinking too much caffeine or alcohol, stress, anxiety, certain drugs such as diet pills, over the counter decongestants and some recreational drugs. Palpitations can also be caused by heart or lung disease. Some one having palpitations should be seen by a physicain to deptermine the cause and treatment.
Yes alcohol can cause blackouts,it is more common in heavy or binge drinkers but can even occur in moderate drinkers.