Phrasal verb: nag away at somebody

nag away at somebody – if something nags away at you, it worries or irritates you continuously

So, this sentence means that the person often worries about things a lot.
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Do things usually nag away at you? Is anything nagging away at you at the moment?
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If things often nag away at you, you could try using mindfulness to help you relax.
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