The relationship between Anxiety Disorders and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome is also easily missed

A significant association has been found between joint hypermobility
syndrome and anxiety disorders (particularly panic, agoraphobia and social
phobia) in rheumatologic patients (2). Furthermore, joint hypermobility
syndrome has been found to be 16 times more likely in patients with panic
disorder than other outpatients after controlling for age and sex (3).

via The relationship between Anxiety Disorders and Joint Hypermobility Syndrome is also easily missed | The BMJ

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