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What is causing my jittery feeling. Inside is shaking and outside I am Ready to jump out of my skin. Driving me crazy also hard time To relax to slee?

What is causing my jittery feeling.
Inside is shaking and outside I am 
Ready to jump out of my skin.
Driving me crazy also hard time
To relax to slee?

The HeeBee-GeeBees: Well,Ma'am,y'all got the Heebee-GeeBee's.An' that ain't no fun!Could be from a medication side effect or withdrawal. Could be from somethin' medical like your thyroid,etc.Could be somethin's got you all upset and worried.But whatever it is,someone has to see you,talk to you & examine you to fix it ...Read more

Jitteriness (Definition)

Jitteriness has many causes, including stimulation, medication side effect, ...Read more


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Can claratin cause jitteriness?

Can claratin cause jitteriness?

Claritin (loratadine): In patients ages 6-12, safety studies did demonstrate some "nervousness." however, in adult patients, sedation was the most common side effect. If packaged with decongestants, "nervousness" was found in all age groups. ...Read more

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Can an expectorant cause jitteriness or hyperactivity?

Can an expectorant cause jitteriness or hyperactivity?

OTC meds don't: Really treat anything well, and have many side effects in children as you have discovered. ...Read more

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I have a weird reaction to magnesium everytime I take it (as supplement or in nuts). Can it cause irritability and jitteriness?

I have a weird reaction to magnesium everytime I take it (as supplement or in nuts).  Can it cause irritability and jitteriness?

Possible: anything possible my advise is for you to stop taking the supplement and stop eating any food that contain it and go and see a doctor regardless what is causing your jitterness and irritability it need to be checked it could turn to something serious .it could affect your BP that could lead to stroke.it could affect your heart rate and make it fast enough to cause cardiac arrest see a doctor plea ...Read more

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Zoloft (sertraline) increase 100to150; change due to still having some anxiety but doing much better; can increase cause jittery/wired feeling;no caffeine?

Zoloft (sertraline) increase 100to150; change due to still having some anxiety but doing much better; can increase cause jittery/wired feeling;no caffeine?

Increasing Zoloft (sertraline): from 100 mg to 150 may cause transitory Jittery feeling,especially if you are taking it along with Celexa (citalopram). Watch for elevated temperature, elevated heart rate, muscle stiffness and problems with sleep. If you have any of these or racing thoughts contact your prescribing doctor. ...Read more

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I am on 15mg of Lexapro (escitalopram) and 15mg of remeron.whichmed could be causing a nagging jittery feeling in my head.i would appreciate an answer?

I am on 15mg of Lexapro (escitalopram) and 15mg of remeron.whichmed could be causing a nagging jittery feeling in my head.i would appreciate an answer?

EVERYBODY who posts: on HealthTap appreciates an answer. Why should you be any different? The neuroleptics can cause what are called dysphoric reactions; I don't know whether "a nagging jittery feeling in my head" could be considered dysphoric, but maybe close enough. Either the escitalopram or the mirtazapine can cause your symptoms, but if I wanted to stop 1 to see if the symptoms go away I'd start with Remeron. ...Read more

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What causes heart pounding and jitteryness in early a.m. after heart meds had been adj. by doc? 103/56 P 68 Should I notify him?

What causes heart pounding and jitteryness in early a.m. after heart meds had been adj. by doc? 103/56 P 68 Should I notify him?

Symptoms: Yes, not sure what was changed, but when you have new symptoms you should let your doctor know. You should give your doctor a call . ...Read more

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What causes newborn to be jittery?

What causes newborn to be jittery?

JITTERINESS;: Newborn are normally jittery for sometime, refluxes are brisk, jark with sound, light, simple movement like taping the bed, etc. This is due to immaturity of nervous system, incomplete myelinization of axons, immaturity of neurotransmitters in brain, etc. Other causes: birth asphyxia (less oxygen), insult/injury to brain, poor feeding with low blood glucose, low calcium, maternal drugs, etc. ...Read more