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Can The After Effect Of A Cardiac Arrest Affect Your Thinking Power
Idk why but for some reason I step thinking I'm going to die of cardiac arrest it scares me I don't have any health or heart condition please tell I'm overthinking ??
Fear of Cardiac: Please have an evaluation by a physician. You could be missing something important. Without a medical cause, it sounds like you are experiencing anxiety related to your physical functioning. You may benefit from discussing this with a psychologist. Often relaxation training helps. Trying to get over this on your own may not work, and your anxiety might worsen. ...Read more
I don't feel right. Like i'm about to die or have a cardiac arrest is it possible to know that or is this anxiety?
Panic attacks?: Lots of possibilities, but you need to see a good psychologist. You may be having panic attacks, which properly trained psychologists can successfully treat in a few sessions 90% of the time. You're taking celexa, (citalopram) which suggests you may be depressed. In any case, get thee to a good psychologist. Don't suffer for nothing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes.: Survival after cardiac arrest is related to the underlying cause of the arrest (myocardial infarction, hypothermia, toxin, etc), the time from the arrest and treatment, the underlying health of the individual, and even where the arrest occurred (such as in hospital or out of hospital). Because cardiac arrest mean a lack of blood flow to the body, survival may be limited in many patients. ...Read more
Can you explain if it's true that people who have experienced cardiac arrest don't survive very long?
Cardiac arrest: Cardiac arrest can have many causes. Not all folks who are resuscitated from cardiac arrest have a poor prognosis. It really depends on the persons condition and the cause of the cardiac arrest. In general, its better to not have cardiac arrest but many folks survive long term afterward if they have the right situation. ...Read more
Yes, but not likely.: Patients with coronary artery disease + other heart disease r @ risk 4 stress induced arrythmias. These r irregular heart rhythms, the most serious of which is cardiac arrest. So, yes, the stress of a breakup, or major loss of any kind may contribute 2 cardiac arrest in a patient with heart disease. This would b unlikely in a healthy person, but go c a doc if u do not feel right. Dr mike. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Why someone gets cardiac arrest ? And any chance of surviving that? And why sportsmen gets it they are very fit and still gets it
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