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What Causes Random Chills Down The Spine From Internal Adrenalin
Need more info: Hard to answer this question without knowing more about the type of chills (shaking, persistent, frequent), and other symptoms which may be occurring in the same or near time periods. Have you taken your temperature when this happens, are there chances you may be infected with something? ...Read more
Lying on my stomach just before I fall asleep i feel a twinge in the center of my spine that contorts my body, surges adrenaline and shocks me awake?
Facet or lysis: Pain caused by extension or arching of the back is often caused by elements of the spine called facet joints. Irritation of these joints or a stress fracture nearby could cause these symptoms. If associated with a shooting pain into the legs, then there could also be nerve irritation. To minimize pain, avoid extension and try otc meds as tolerated. See our doc if pain persists. ...Read more
What causes random adrenaline rushes throughout whole body? Even when doing nothing? Does it mean I'm anxious? 29/f
Stress: Anxiety releases the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline, this can be produced by your thoughts alone. Negative or fearful thinking can release these hormones. Try using the free anti anxiety app for daily support, exercises, videos and homework to help you lessen anxiety in lasting ways. Best. ...Read more
Can bisoprolol withdrawal cause hyperthyroidism? I've had a Fast heart rate, aches on my legs, back. And feeling tired from that adrenaline feeling
May feel like it: bisoprolol is a beta blocker and needs to be tapered off gradually depending on your dose and the length of time you have been on it. If you stop it abruptly you will have tachycardia, possible palpitations and feel generally terrible. Yes those symptoms are similar to hyperthyroid symptoms! See your doctor! Your blood pressure is probably high too!!! ...Read more
What causes adrenaline rushes and muscle jerks yhrough. My head and body when lieing down to sleep and fast heart. Palpulations?
I always feel sleepy and I'm mildly anxious all the time. I experience frequent chills down the spine. I've also checked my BP but it is normal.
Parents to approve: Unfortunately, telemedicine consultations be done without your parents' approval since you're a minor. Have them set up an account and then, on your behalf they can ask questions for you. Otherwise, you may also consider asking them to set up an appointment to see your pediatrician. ...Read more
Random chills up my spine, up to 5 a day normal? I suffer from chronic epididymitis. Urine test and ultrasound normal. Chills last a couple second.
Small non life threatening suprises give me an enormous adrenalin rush, so much I shake and have to sit down. This recently started a few months ago?
Zebra: Hi. There is an extremely rare condition in which an adrenal gland over secretes catecholamine hormones, but it's so rare that even we endocrinologists see it very infrequently. The cardinal symptoms are headaches, palpitations, sweating, and tremor, and the cardinal signs are high blood pressure and fast heart rate. If I had to bet, I'd bet you don't have it just because it's so rare (a "zebra") ...Read more
I keep getting a adrenalin rush type feeling just randomoly when doing normal day to day activities. I'm not anxious or anything. What could cause this?
Caffeine? Meds?: Caffeine and some meds, including supplements, as well as rec. Drugs can cause brief feelings that could feel like a rush. A rush is a nonspecific feeling, what do you mean by it? A tingling? alertness? Feel hot or cold or shaky? Details are important to help. If the symptoms are brief and not frequent and you fine the rest of the time, see if you can notice when and why it occurs and see doc. ...Read more
Can Flonase cause your body to feel more anxious or like you have a little more adrenalin being released?
Unusual: Nasal steroid sprays such as Flonase are usually well tolerated. The most common side effect is nose bleeds. They don't cause a release of adrenalin. While anxiety is not a typical side effect, if the nose spray is stopped and the symptoms go away, that would suggest a link. It would be important to exclude other reasons for the anxiety symptoms. ...Read more
Flushing?: I assume you are referring to the process of flushing. Excitement or embarrassment can cause an increase in the flow of blood to the face. You will blush and may feel pounding of the heart and catch in the breath. This may involve Adrenalin from the sympathetic nervous system, but is quite complex. ...Read more
Can PVCs and PACS be caused by extra adrenalin? Got dysautonomia and standing increases adrenalin and HR levels. If it does are they harmful?
Possible: The extra heartbeats and the rapid heartbeat could be related to adrenaline, which may be in response to your dysautonomia. You may need to consider having your physician have you see a cardiologist if he is any question. From what you're telling me this is not anything dangerous. Your physician should help clarify the setting. ...Read more
Male 22. Just had big PVC which hurt and shocked me after sex. Been 45 minutes and hr is stable. Scared to go to sleep. Did sex adrenalin cause it?
Can hyperinsulinism in response to eating sugars cause a fast glucose drop and then hyperadrenalism thus resulting rollercoaster of insulin adrenalin?
"Pop" claim: This speculation by some physiologists is dogma in some circles (especially the anti-refined sugar folks) but has little experimental support. Bread and potatoes produce almost as sharp a glucose spike as candy and fruit / juice, but they're more nutritious. The familiar postprandial shakiness is indeed about a rapid catecholamine response -- think stress, caffeine, etc. ...Read more
Causes of sudden adrenalin rush feeling (sudden stomach panic feeling and sudden elevation of heart rate)during exercise?
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Can adrenal fatigue cause low grade fever? Are progesterone and estrogen levels related to adrenalin and cortisol?
Dubious diagnosis: "adrenal fatigue" is a pop diagnosis, not an evidence-based one. Since true addison[s isn't a febrile illness, this isn't either. I've wondered if the "subclinical addison's" claims might have something to them, but would urge you not to self-diagnose. The danger of self-diagnosis / treatment is missing another real emotional, situational or physical problem. Your doctor should work your temp up. ...Read more
I had my adrenaline & cortisol tested. The adrenaline was normal (at the lower end of normal) but the cortisol was high. What could cause this?
Many causes: Including the stress of a needle blood-draw. A spot cortisol means very little, though a high-normal value in the morning may rule out addisonism. Wondering why you were tested in the first place -- labs mean nothing at all in the absence of a patient history. Your physician has a duty to explain exactly what's going on and what the labs mean. ...Read more
Can staying indoors and being sedentary cause me to have problems with adrenaline and cortisol? I can feel the adrenaline and when it decreases
Sorry: Hi. You're attributing symptoms to things that aren't the problem. No, no evidence to show that staying sedentary indoors will cause over-secretion or under-secretion, or disordered secretion of either cortisol or epinephrine. However, I'm sure all the docs will agree with me when I advise you get up, get out, and be active. It's good for you physically & psychologically! Best of luck! ...Read more
It's not like that.: Adrenaline (epinephrine) is produced in your adrenal glands and is an important signaling molecule in your autonomic nervous system. The word autonomic refers to the fact that it runs automatically, on its own, without any input from us. If you're referring to your energy levels, try a more balanced diet and better rest. ...Read more
Unknown: However, in the entity "tako-tsubo" cardiomyopathy, which is thought to be stress-induced, one pathophysiologic mechanism is considered to be catecholamine or adrenergic stimulation. Therefore, adrenaline surges long term could likely cause cardiomyopathy in the face of no other aetiology. ...Read more
"Adrenaline"?: You've allowed tourself to be lured into ignorance. "Adrenaline" isn't a medical term in the US; here it's called epinephrine. It's called "adrenaline" in the UK & British Commonwealth. Here "adrenaline" is just a colloquial term used in the medically meaningless expression "adrenaline rush." The answer is no. ...Read more
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