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Panic Attacks Evening Eating A Meal
Panic is a psychological and somatic state of anxiety usually involving extreme fear, characterized by symptoms such as shortness of breath, rapid pounding heartbeat, sometimes dizziness or light-headedness, tunnel vision, a sense of unreality, and a feeling of needing to escape from ...Read more
No: You may feel tired and lethargic, but one meal only a day does not cause significant low blood sugars . Though eating one meal a day does not cause low blood sugars- it is not healthy do that . You should eat 3meals/day in moderate amount rather than 1 meal/day. ...Read more
Currently having a lengthy hypoglycemia attack; payday and protein bar 45 minutes ago.Now eating beef.Anxiety symptoms still.There. Help?!
Sounds like a panic: Attack or Klonopin (clonazepam) withdrawal. If I am correct and it is a panic attack which i'm assuming it is because your blood sugar should've normalized by now. I believe you posted this originally four hours ago. The duration would make me think of either Klonopin (clonazepam) withdrawal or status panic which is where you have prolonged panic. Either way you should contact your doctor and ask specifically how much Klonopin (clonazepam) you should take to get the symptoms under control. Not knowing your dose or if you missed a dose makes it impossible to give you any more detailed advice. ...Read more
❤ palpitations after eating a healthy vegan meal. Very obese, i drink veg/green smoothies for bkfst & lunch, no trouble until my full meal at dinner.
Might be normal issu: Random palpitations can be a normal issue if they happen from time to time or if you are taking in stimulants like coffee, alcohol, tobacco or over-the-counter medications such as pseudoephedrine, which is found in cold preparations and some herbal medications, including ma huang. So it might be something in the smoothies, try removing one ingredient everyday and see if it comes back. ...Read more
Breakfast: Better to eat breakfast--that's a better habit. ...Read more
I have experienced anxiety attacks nearly every night, lack of sleep and acid reflux (never had before). Stress, general anxiety disorder, ibs, gerd?
Need evaluation: You need a comprehensive evaluation. New onset of reflux is not necessarily related to anxiety. Ibs includes other symptoms you do not mention. Gad is a chronic maladaptive response to stress and stress is inevitable. There could also be other physical conditions and your doctor needs to know about any drug or alcohol use as well as any prescribed or otc medications. ...Read more
Not eating breakfast just yogurt and coffee, eating lunch at 1230, getting a faster heartbeat after like 110-120. Why?
Not likely: For some persons, they may do OK, as there are always outliers but realistically this places you at risk for poor eating habits which could predispose you to malnutrition and there are small studies that suggest it might predispose you to higher blood pressure, impaired blood sugar control and a weaker immune system. But again, every person is different and some may do OK with this strategy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No desire to eat or drink for over a week. Nausea off & on. Insomnia. Nausea when I try to eat. HX of gastritis, GERD, IBS, Agoraphobia, Panic attacks?
A team approach: Hopefully you are engaged with a supportive team including your primary physician, a gastroenterologist, a psychologist or psychiatrist. If not get one. ...Read more
Individual reasons: You'd know better than anyone what drinking means to you. But whatever it is you feel after such a night, it's not usual. And you react to that change w/ thoughts and feelings that match your beliefs. They could be a sort of guilt or worry or disappointment. Those can easily spread into anxiety/panic. Consider therapy to help you understand yourself better and to see if you need to cut down/quit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety causing palpitations, or having a true heart problem? I take xanax (alprazolam). But it helps, but some nights. After eating a full meal. I get insomia
Assess then treat: No individual advice can be given here, but in general ifan individual is receiving anxiety medication and also is having palpitations or cardiac symptoms a cardiology consults would be advised. Its generally good to rule out medical things before we start assuming things. Eating too late can cause insomnia - but this can also be caused by medication schedules. In such cases, talk to your doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Waking at 3am every morning with intense hunger pains. Eat 3 complete meals/ day, no eating disorder. What can I do to prevent this?
As above: May be u should try to train yourself to fast , when u fast two days in the week from sunrise to sunset , u will get used to it and stop graving food that much. ...Read more
Can drinking coffee daily cause excessive anxiety and make a person have panic attacks because feeling of death?
Can make worse: I wouldn't say caffeine causes anxiety as much as I would say caffeine can make anxiety worse. Panic attacks are a symptom of extreme anxiety. Caffeine can directly increase anxiety as well as speeding up the heart, which can be, in itself, a trigger for panic attacks. If you suffer from anxiety, I would suggest you should cut down on, or completely eliminate your caffeine intake. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nutrition: No. Coffee has no nutritional value.Get a more detailed answer ›
Go to ER: I doubt breakfast has anything to do with your problem. Go to er for evaluation of palpitations. ...Read more
No problem: It's all about how many calories you consume. Depending on your diet plan, this should be anywhere from 1200-2000 calories a day. It's perfectly okay to get them all at the same time, or to spread them out. Some people say that several small meals help you lose weight faster, but if it works for you it's fine. ...Read more
For 14yrs, I've had panic attacks that present w/ chest pain, feelings of doom/terror & sometimes sweating. How would i recognize a true cardiac event?
Many signs: Weakness, pallor or cyanosis (being blue), poor pulse, poor capillary filling, fluctuations in blood pressure are more likely in mi. Best to treat the panic effectively beforehand, so you won't be faced with that problem. You'll panic over trying to decide if you're having panic. Breathing exercises, meditation, and medication are quite useful. Please see your doctor and counselor for help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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