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Fear Of High Places
I would define fear as an insecure feeling, a feeling of impending doom! this is a sort of defense mechanism we developed that help us to survive. Fear helps us from falling "off the cliffs, " as we know the consequences; and help us survive. Children unknowingly, fall off, as ...Read more
How safe is high school football? I don't wanna be messed up in the head. I am so terribly worried about it I love football but fear a lot.
It is safer now: coaches are certified, helmet contact is forbidden and concussions are treated very seriously. Coach would tell us he wanted to hear helmets collide from top of stadium and drills banging helmets together, but I as future knew that was dangerous and refused, play safe and smart. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I never have elevated hr during my everyday panic episodes. Intensive fear of death, derealization. Usually lasts few hours. How can it be possible?
I had high lead exposure 3 months ago and fear lead poisoning. Is any damage after 3 months irreparaible?
7 week old daughter and i'm paralyed with fear of sids. She sleeps on her back with nothing in the crib. Is the risk high?
Do we feel fear in high blood pressure or also in anxiety
i don't know I have anxiety or high BP i feel uneasy everytime?
How do I get over a fear of fainting? I worry I'm going to faint often. I have high blood pressure and have never fainted. Should I even worry about
I have a fear of my heart rate and blood pressure going high. If my heart rate isn't below 69 and my blood pressure isn't 109/65 I freak out. Normal?
In high young myopes, is there a chance of retinal detachment long after pvd is over?Do we have to live with floaters/flashes with the fear of rd
Unfortunately yes: If you make it through your PVD without an rd, your risk becomes less. The flashes stop when PVD is completed. You may still have lattice retinal degeneration and corresponding risk of rd. Trauma and other causes initiate rd more often in high myopes. You can have preventative laser done to protect you from an rd stealing your vision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer