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Loss Of Speech, Dilated Pupils, Hand Cramps And Panic Attacks
My husband and I were arguing then he stopped talking and kept mouthing words then collapsed and his pupils dilated and his hands cramped up, was this a panic attack?
STROKE OR TIA: Maybe panic attack but sounds like it may have been a stoke or mini-stroke or tia(transient ischemic accident). Did he recover immediately afterwords or what happened. Need some more follow up information but i would definitely speak with you doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
How do I control a massive panic attack? I can breathe, hearts pounding and my hands are starting to cramp. Please help me
Get evaluated: Panic attacks can mimic other conditions or be in and of themselves prohibitive of being able to function. Typically, making sure you are safe and not going to be a hazard to yourself or the public is a prime concern. It is usually advised to get to a proper medical facility the safest way possible to be evaluated. ...Read more
I felt like maybe i was having panic attack at first. My heart felt like it was going to beat out of my chest. Arms, hands and face went numb. My mouth and hands both contracted to the point that i was barely able to use them.
Panic : Panic attacks are usually brief. They often last a couple of minutes to around ten minutes. Symptoms can include a sense of severe anxiety or panic as well as chest tightness or pain and a rapid or pounding heartbeat. A person can experience hot flashes or chills and perspire heavily. There may be a sense of a tickle sensation in the stomach or nausea. When a person has a panic attack they may feel dizzy or faint and may become physically shaky. The person may fear that they are going crazy, they are out of control or that they are about to die. It is reported that 60% of panic attacks are accompanied by hyperventilation. During hyperventilation the person breathes faster or deeper than normal which causes them to blow off too much carbon dioxide (co2). This in turn can lead to numbness and tingling of the hands, feet and lips. When hyperventilation is severe it can cause muscle spasm in the hands and feet. It is very important to have a full physical evaluation because there are a number of medical conditions that can cause a pounding heart, numbness and muscle contractions. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have panic attacks and depression and I was on abilify (aripiprazole) and it made my throat numb stopped talking it and now my panic attacks are worse I feel something is wrong with me now ?
Learn How It Ticks: Panic is fueled by oxygen. When panicking ur getting too much. So try 2slow ur breathing. Better yet, 2keep more carbon dioxide in ur system: cup ur hands & breathe in/out thru them. Do learn about panic: http://bit.Ly/xjnhyf cognitive behavioral therapy can help u learn 2manage, even overcome panic & anxiety. Even better when u add insight re ur life...Themes/situations that trigger fight/flight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Red hands and feet are your body's response to the stress of a panic attack; however, panic attacks are not normal and should be treated. There effective treatments for panic attacks, start with your doctor to determine if medications would be appropriate and seek a psychotherapist to work on regular coping strategies for keeping stress at bay and specific relaxation techniques to prevent attacks. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Can sudden Temp numbness of left hand with full movement of the hand but no feeling be a assoc Migraine Aura or Panic Attack? which have history of.
What if talk therapy doesn't help reduce anxiety/panic attacks? Had medical event, now feels like ptsd, anxiety is ongoing, crying alot
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