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Not In Control Of My Body Someone Else Is
Can chronic anxiety cause your body to feel numb and weightless? I feel like I am floating and am not in control of my body. It's causing me more anxiety and panic and makes it worst!
I've had a tremor sense august 2012. I'm a high schooler and loosing control of my body. Normal mri. Still have tremor and its january. Any ideas why?
Feeling confused a lot, like I'm going to forget who I am/do something impulsive. Feel like I'm floating, or my arms aren't attached/feel like I might lose control of my body or who I am. Depersonalization?
Anxiety symptoms: Anxiety can cause disturbing symptoms like those described. Careful diagnosis is important. It will help to know what else has been going on as these symptoms developed, and how long. Are they constant or do they come and go. What helps or makes you better. Are you in treatment for anxiety disorder? It is important to let your Doc know how you are feeling for accurate diagnosis & treatment. ...Read more
Why do I feel like I'm about to loose control of my body and tightness in my forehead when I laugh too hard? Could it be a anxious panic reaction?
Could be anxiety: Healthy laughter is a response that generally releases stress. Often we do it when we see ourselves in someone else's situation -- hence the popularity of sit-com tv shows. This kind of laughter engages us with others in our mutual human predicament. We do loosen up when laughing, and if anxious about this you could fear "laughing too hard." a therapist could help you with these concerns. ...Read more
Not sure that I: Understand your question. However, there are many things about our body's that we can control. Perhaps you could resubmit and clarify this question more. ...Read more
Not directly.: Many of our bodily processes are on auto-pilot, not under our direct control or influence. ...Read more
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For starters please go online and look for an article or two - not a difficult one to understand - that discusses Calcitonin at a level you will understand.
Any questions - give me a call. ...Read more
Odd question: Hi. For what purpose do you want to control certain estrogen levels? I hate to assume, but I'll guess you're a woman. There are 3 estrogens: estrone, estradiol (the main ovarian one), and estriol. Their control happens all on its own. Since I'm guessing at your intent, I'd say the easiest way to control would be to use birth control pills. ...Read more
Not exactly sure: What you mean, as in body/muscle control? If so, as you come closer and closer to maximal effort much of your energy/concentration goes into just gross movement/power production rather than fine muscle control/dexterity. It's like on a treadmill, when you are walking at 3 mph it's easy to dance around the running board, at 10 mph+, it's a totally different story. ...Read more
To control fat you need to reduce caloric intake and exercise to burn fat. A mixed diet of fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts and legumes; low in saturated fats; and no more than one drink a day. Exercise at least 30 minutes each day. Control and reduce the amount of food you eat to reduce weight. Consult this site for more info.
http://www. Choosemyplate. Gov/. ...Read more
Can diabetes make a person that angry that he can loose his control over his body and can beat some one?
How does an elderly woman control the unique body scent that she has aquired within the last year or so? She is 85.
See a doctor: I highly recommend she be evaluated by a physician. She needs a full evaluation to see the source of the odor. There could be a mass that is ulcerating through the skin, a pressure sore that is becoming infected, just to name a few. ...Read more
I keep having these really bad attacks where I feel like I can't control my body or it feels really jittery, it also affects my breathing sometimes?
You may have anxiety: Panic attacks are described in that way. It is important to speak with your doctor and learn ways to cope and gather insight into your issues. People blame medical problems for mental health issues if you lack insight. Anxious people have lots of medical symptoms that manifest. Insight allows you to interpret it as anxiety and prevents you from getting unnecessary tests. Seek psychiatrig help. ...Read more
Every now and then, I have a feeling of numbness and loss of control of my whole body. It subsides in a few minutes but leaves me in a panicked state.
Need Diet schedule. I work in Dubai, exposed to heat. I feel body heat inside, could not control it. Kindly tell me what are the food to take thank you?
Always hydrate if: Living in a desert environment, as dehydration can cause you to feel overheated. Eat foods that aren't processed and simple to digest, like fruits, cooked vegetables, and stay away from sugary foods, and desserts. Speak to your PCP there to go over fine tuning your diet. IF your body temperature is high, contact her/him right away! ...Read more
Lo Cal Food/Drinks: The easiest way to lose weight quickly without exercise is to identify why you gained the weight. Here is a list of the top 6 causes of weight gain, in order of the most important first. If you are drinking sugary drinks (soda, juice, gatorade) find 0 sugar drinks, if you are eating bk, chose ham sandwich, if you are skipping breakfast have a thin bagel w cheese, simple -2 changes only are needed! ...Read more
Don't douche: I recommend normal showering/bathing with mild soap in addition to probiotics that maintain normal vaginal pH and normal bacterial flora. You should see your gynecologist for a culture, as it could represent a bacterial infection/overgrowth that may require treatment to start. ...Read more
Urgent doctor visit: I am concerned that you are having transient ischemic attacks. Please get with your physician at once. ...Read more
Protect: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps ; wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more
Sweating: As sweat on the skin evaporates - it lowers the temperature. ...Read more
Complex genetics: Adult height is depending on many factors (nutrition, sleep, stress, etc). However, among normal people, tall people do not generally have higher GH levels than short people. If a child has normal GH and you give more, you will increase adult height, but only a little. The body's response to GH and other hormones is likely genetic, but it is complex. ...Read more
Cardio Mix: If you adipose tissue that you'd like to lose then consider an increase in cardio and a balanced diet. However, do not always do the same exercise or you will increase your risks for stress injuries. Mix things up with running, biking, swimming, or circuit training. Ultimately you need to burn more than you consume. ...Read more
I experience fatigue inability to wake up early in the morning like I can't get control on my body?
Are you depressed, are you sick.
the biggest question is why?
depression, low on male hotmone, infection from viral to bacteria, can cause the same symtoms, could be ADHD, or a nacrolepsy.
either way you need to see a physician for a full evaluation, and proper diagnosis, and treatment.
the issue is to complicated to be answered with a few simple words on line.
good luck, thank you for using health tap ...Read more
I am told I snore really bad, is there a way I can help my body not snore at night? Or control this at all?
Every once in a while I have no control over my right side of body. What's going on? Is this some form of paralysis?
Episodic?: Episodic neurological events fall into three categories: strokes, seizures, migraine. Each can produce transient weakness or dysfunction of one side of the body. Each can resolve to normal with time and rest. A thorough neurological evaluation is necessary to make the appropriate diagnosis and to determine the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
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