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Panic Attacks Every Year At The Same Time
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
likely tension HA: Depends on what nature of the headaches and associated symptoms. Tension ha usually occur on daily, if it is in the morning, sinus jaw and neck is the causes. ...Read more
Every year I suffer nightmares, stress, and migraines when we gather for the holidays, and it gets worse each time?
See a therapist: There seems to be a connection of sort there... Why not connect with a psychotherapist and explore what that connection might be... As well as explore coping strategies... You'll be glad you did... And you deserve to be emotionally more comfortable... Wishing you well... ...Read more
More info needed: A psychiatric evaluation will help with diagnosis and treatment planning. There are many possible considerations. Under high stress we often react with dramatic mood changes. If there is a pattern of unhealthy and unstable relationships a personality disorder may be developing. Bipolar disorder, mixed type is a major disorder that a psychiatrist will place on top of the list. ...Read more
Waking up at the same time every other night, vomit then feel better. Not sick during the day. I've taken 2 birth control pills the last time, cause?
Many possibilities: Get checked, since vomiting reflex is controlled by 2 brain inputs--one receives nerve impulses from the GI tract, the other is a chemical receptor. Both have nerve connections to not only the GI tract (pharynx, mesenteric vessels, bile ducts) but also from brain corticobulbar areas that mediate smells, sights, ; taste. Also, vomiting apparatus responds to a variety of gi, non-gi, ; brain problems. ...Read more
Waking up: It seems your a creature of habit. ...Read more
Why would my 5yo have a sleeping heart rate of 86 one night but 100 the next night at the exact time of night and not ill?
Began a new workout routine in the morning after not being active. Started getting mild headaches at the same time every night. Are the two related?
Is it necessary to take my birth control at the same time every day eg at 3pm every single day does the time matter or just taking them daily?
Night cough: Night time cough is a common symptom in people with asthma. Usually the cough (with or without wheezing or chest tightness) can occur between 2-3 am. Night cough can also be due to post nasal drip from allergies or sinus problems. Night cough may even be related to stomach acid reflux. A cough specialist, allergist or pulmonologist can assist in the diagnosis and develop a plan to help. ...Read more
I don't take Safyral at the exact same time every day, but I do take it everyday within 2-3 hours of the same time. Does this lessen its effectiveness?
Once per day: As long as you take one pill everyday then the effectiveness is the same ...Read more
Night is best: This medicine in low doses can be sedating, which helps people initiate sleep and is not so good for people trying to wake up. At the higher does this wears off a bit, but can be problematic. Talk with your provider if it is causing you any problems in regards to your schedule of taking it. ...Read more
My 4-year old has been waking up at the same time every night actually same time every morning at around 2:00 am just terrified. At first i thought it might have been bad dreams from the tv she watches which is usually hello kitty or some other age appro
This : This sounds a lot like night terrors. Night terrors or sleep terrors are most commonly found in kids between the ages of 4 years to 12 years old. They can involve: -sitting up in bed -screaming -thrashing about or flailing -being difficult to wake up -inconsolable -sleep walking -a wide-eyed stare -sweating, heavy breathing, and fast heartbeat unlike a nightmare, the children typically have no memory of the episode. The good news is that most kids grow out of it by the time they hit adolescence. Here are a few tips to help her (and you!) cope with the current situation: -if she's sleepwalking or getting up, make the environment safe (close doors, hide electrical cords, lock windows, etc. -try to have her get more sleep since fatigue can make sleep terrors worse -establish a regular, quiet, calming routine before bed -see if anything is stressing your child out and talk about it - stress and anxiety can make sleep terrors worse -look for a pattern - if she's getting up at the same time every night, try waking her up 15 minutes before the episode to break the pattern if the terrors are worsening, becoming more frequent, are effecting her and your ability to function during the day, or if you think she could be a danger to herself, contact her doctor. ...Read more
Does Lexapro (escitalopram) have to be taken at same time each day? I take it 30mins after waking but wake up at different times thu out week (varies by maybe 3hrs).
Medication timing: It's always a good idea to take medications as directed but i tell patients not worry about being precisely on time (there are enough things to worry about). Personally, i'd like to narrow down the time difference to an hr either way but i don't have an published proof, just my gut feeling. I just recommend not taking one tab at 11:59pm and another at 12:01am two minutes later. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every night around same time I wake up from a mild sweating(hair &neck) no need to change clothes.it happens once in each night. Ideas?
Fevers?: Hi. Do you have any other constitutional symptoms, such as fevers, loss of appetite, unintentional weight loss, malaise? Your enlarged lymph node may need a need biopsy. Have you had any exposure to tuberculosis? Has your thyroid been tested? Many reasons are possible. Best to see your doc about this. Good luck! ...Read more
Yes: If you want the best chance of positive results from taking the medication, do take it at the same time every day. Also work with your doctor in titrating the dose as needed. Best wishes. ...Read more
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