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Anxiety Dehydration Symptoms
Sure: It just gives you another thing to worry about. Being weak and dizzy causes lots of people to worry. Drink lots of fluids. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Standing still looking at phone. Felt as if I was falling backwards for about two seconds. What would cause this? Heat? BP? Dehydration? Anxiety?
Absolutely: Any condition which limits blood flow to the brain can result in a wide range of metabolic derangements that can affect the psyche. In the dehydrated state, the brain can easily misinterpret both external and internal signals leading to psychiatric symptoms such as confusion, panic, and even frank psychosis. ...Read more
I m feeling tiresome these days. I sleep late n wake late. Also in past 3 month I had viral fever then dehydration and cold. Also feel anxiety. Help.
Hands really warm, but feet cold. Is this because of anxiety? Dehydration? PS I also have a lot of layers on cuz I get cold easily
Cause or effect?: If you are worried about it you have anxiety, which may be warranted. If you notice you are feeling different and excessively cold, you may have a medical condition that has this symptom. Low thyroid is one thing that comes to mind. I would write down what your symptoms and how long they have been present and see your doc. ...Read more
Way would cause it eyes to not dilate to light? Dehydration or anxiety cause it? Freaking out. Bp is 125/62 pause 70. Just feel bit light headed.
Opposite: The pupils constrict in light, not dilate. ...Read more
Lightheadedness occurs usually when stressed or neg thoughts. EKG in Feb fine. LDL is fine. In H for dehydration last month, heart was fine. Anxiety?
On Xifaxan (rifaximin). I took Zofran, Slept, woke up, everything looked blurry. Heart racing very fast, agonizing cramps. Is it dehydration, reaction or anxiety?
Maybe both drugs:
YOu are taking more than one drug and the side effects can overlap. Why are you taking xifaxin This is usually for liver disease or people with travelers diarrhea. Can also cause diarrhea of itself. Both drugs can cause nausea, and either can cause cramps. I would eliminate the zofran (ondansetron) as this is very expensive and used mostly for people on chemotherapy. Heart racing may be anxiety
BEst wishes ...Read more
On Monday I was treated for dehydration due to a stomach flu but ever since I've been having anxiety attacks is that normal??
No health problems. Frequent peeing, dehydration, rapid heart rate, stress, weakness. Could stress and anxiety cause dehydration? I've had 4 ivs.
Have anxiety attacks/could b dehydrated. The past few days its felt like I'm not breathin normally. I've done the say ur abc's in one breath, no problem
Anxiety w/possible: dehydration needs to be treated. Please see your doc and start drinking water, 6 to 8 8 oz. glasses depending on your weight and body size. Learn skills to manage your anxiety. Medication may be used but don't skip real therapy. See www. Relaxationresponse. Org to learn a technique to help yourself. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Arm feels numb tingly since 4am is 11am now, no chest pain but I do have gas, had an anxiety attack yday for first time in 2yrs and am dehydrated.
Anxious, numb: Your history indicates panic attacks. I'm sorry to hear that you've experienced another attack. It sounds like, first things first, acute medical problems should be ruled out, so do give a ring to your doc right away, or go to ER if physical sxs worsen. Most likely, your sxs represent recurrence of anxiety. meet with a psych MD and consider why anx may be picking up & review available treatments:) ...Read more
If dehydrated, around fumes for a long period, could that cause a sudden lazy eye? It only lasted for approx two minutes. This caused anxiety for me.
Dehydrated, nausea, fatigue. Been having issues sleeping. Anxiety all day, jittery, low grade fever, irritable, aggressive, No appetite. Ongoing week?
Exam needed: Your symptoms are nonspecific and nondiagnostic at this time and there seem to be a few unrelated issues ongoing. Your best move is to see your physician who will take a thorough history and perform a careful physical examination. If deemed advisable appropriate tests will be ordered in order to make a diagnosis and prescribe proper treatment. For anxiety and insomnia stress management is helpful ...Read more
Went to hospital for dehydation sat, now having panic/anxiety attacks every evening, . Feel faint, . Disoriented...Sweaty palms. Arms feel heavy from forearms to finger tips...No pain anywhere...Very scary...Head feels funny can't focus. All I recieved a
I am not sure what the actual question is here. Have you talked to your regular doctor since your were evaluated in the emergency room? If not, I recommend that you do. Your doctor can follow up with the symptoms that continue to arise. He or she can determine if you need any further medical testing.
I can not diagnose you, but the symptoms you are experiencing can happen during a panic attack, such as feeling really nervous or anxious; feeling frightened; shaking; sweating, feeling faint as well as your head feeling funny. Pounding or rapid heartbeat and chest pain or tightness can be accompanied by difficulty breathing or rapid breathing. People can experience numbness or tingling in their fingers. You may feel very odd, like you are outside of yourself or the world around you might seem unreal. The average panic attack usually lasts ten minutes or less.
The problem that can occur once you start getting panic attacks is that you start focusing on the fear of getting another one. You might start to avoid people, places or things that you think triggered a panic attack. Please see your doctor to determine if any further medical evaluation is warranted. Your doctor may suggest that you see a psychologist or a psychiatrist, so that you can get help to nip your symptoms in the bud early on. Good luck. ...Read more
See below: Dehydration in children may be subtle and the infant or child will be listless, and may have atemperature, and high pulse rate and low blood pressure.In adults they will complain of feeling thirsty, generalized weakness.Dry skin, headache, and have a high pulse rate and low blood pressure. ...Read more
Feeling very thirsty is a sign as is not peeing for a longer time than usual- your mouth may feel dry also
Later as you become more dehydrated you may have cramps in your stomach or feel nauseated and also feel light headed ...Read more
Tinnitus: The most common cause of tinnitus is hearing loss. No medicines have been shown to help, but the severity can be lessened with masking the noise (background noise), using a hearing aid (if indicated) and trying biofeedback. Tinnitus can also be from medicines, stress, rarely rumors or irregular blood flow in the head. I have not seen nor heard of dehydration causing tinnitus. ...Read more
Many: There are several symptoms to look out for and depends on the severity of dehydration. Thirst, dry mouth, fatigue, headache, dark urine, and muscle cramps may suggest mild dehydration. Worsening hydration status may be associated with dry, warm skin, little or no urination, delirium, syncope or low blood pressure. You should seek immediate medical attention if dehydration worsens. ...Read more
Dehydration: Dehydration can manifest as thirst, weakness, fatigue, dizziness, dry mouth, decrease in urine production, dark or foul smelling urine, nausea, vomiting, and even loss of consciousness. Severe cases of dehydration can present with low blood pressure requiring emergency care and even hospitalization. ...Read more
The symptoms of Dehydration include:: Abdominal pain, Abnormal blood pressure, Fatigue, Black stool, Bowel obstruction, Burns, Chest pain, Confusion, Decreased urination, Diarrhea, Increased thirst, Low blood pressure on standing, Muscle cramps, Increased urination, Poor feeding, Rapid heart beat, Vertigo, Vomiting, Vomiting blood, Sunken eyes, Unintentional weight loss, Legs cramping. ...Read more