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Can Migraine Cause Anxiety
Can black mold cause migraine, nervousness, anxiety and if exposed for 10 to 12 years before discovering mold long term effects?
Uncertain: The cdc advises that this type of mold typically causes more respiratory symptoms in susceptible patients, including nasal congestion, eye irritation, wheezing, and some skin irritation. Some people exposed to large amounts of the mold, like farmers, may have severe reactions including fever and shortness of breath. It does not advise on possible reactions of long term exposures. Talk to your doc. ...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
Lorazapam: My advice would be to discuss taking this medication for this issue with the provider prescribing the lorazapam for you in the first place. Lorazapam is a controlled substance with the potential for developing a chemical dependency or addiction. It's used must be prescribed and carefully monitored. Alternative treatments are available which may be a better option for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Mindful meditation: Anxiety arises when the brain signals danger, causing the body to freeze, flee or fight . Anxiety often arises from obsessive thoughts about worrisome issues. Tension in the body can lead to migraines, or other physical symptoms as the body tries to respond to danger signals from the brain. Explore the cues that trigger anxious thoughts. Use mindful meditation or hypnotherapy to calm yourself. ...Read more
Anxiety: Not sure if you had migraines prior to having the anxiety, or if the headaches are tension headache or another kind of headache. Also, if you are on medications for the anxiety, the headaches might be a result of that (side-effect). Consult your prescribing md to clarify. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Double edge sword: Stress & anxiety increase tension, and decrease blood flow to the extremities which can serve to aggravate headaches. Managing stress is an important aspect to your pain management. It is a double edge sword, those with migraines can also have higher levels of stress & anxiety & depression. There are many resources http://www.webmd.com/migraines-headaches/guide/migraines-headaches-managing-stres ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was recently put on 15mg Temazepan to help with insomnia & anxiety.Took as 1.5 hrs ago.Still in bed and awake w/ a migraine brewing. Is it normal?
Temazepam & awake: It's important to discuss all of your symptoms & concerns with your prescribing doc. It sounds like you suffer from migraines, so perhaps absent of the migraine, the temazepam would have been effective. Or perhaps you need your regimen adjusted. The best way to find out is to ring your doctor and schedule an appointment to discuss your concerns! :) ...Read more
What is a safe dose of propranolol that doesnt produce many side effects and can this treat anxiety/migraine/nerve twitching?
One of the first!: Propranolol was one of the first "beta blockers" released and is VERY SAFE. The average dose is 20-40 mgm. IOt does block the rapid hear beat associated with anxiety and for a while was used by actors to relieve "stage fright" Talk with your prescribing doctor and between him/her and you an effective safe dose can be reached without side effects! Hope this helps ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I in Treasure Island Fl in a hotel. I came to visit my son who attends college at Eckerd. Im here for a month. I hv a 3 day migraine n anxiety. ?
If your question is: "What should I do?", my suggestion is that you seek medical care @ a nearby Urgent Care Center. Make sure you take a list of your current medications. You may need an injection for your headache and medication for anxiety that HealthTap cannot prescribe. Best wishes. Dr. Anne ...Read more
What is the safest/mildest route to go with antidepressants? what is the difference between different antidepressants? need one for anxiety/migraine
Safest is therapy: Prescription strategies IMHO are not the best choice for mild depression or anxiety. CBT therapy is - and the therapist can help you decide if any Rx is needed for a brief time. Meditation, exercise, relaxation skills, accupuncture/pressure and corrections of any out-of-balance life-style choices are my suggestions for a 1st trial. No Rx's are mild - even low doses can have side EFX. Best wishes. ...Read more
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