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Will Zofran Or Other Nausea Medication Help With Panic Attacks
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
Nausea/Anxiety: Zofran (ondansetron) may help, but takes time to digest & get into your system. Anxiety attacks happen quickly & therefore the treatment should be directed at controlling the anxiety. Treatments include see a mental health specialist for "talk therapy" as well as possibly taking a medication on a regular basis. If the anxiety is controlled, then the nausea & any other symptoms you may feel, will be controlled ...Read more
I have begun having a problem with frequent and violent panic attacks and nausea, I keep seeing blood in my vomit, what's going on?
I have been getting sharp head pains, on top, left, right. Couple of seconds then gone. No headaches, nausea. I suffer from minor/plus panic attacks.
I've been having repeat panic attacks. I have a puke fear & when they start I get sudden nausea. But I've never puked from one. What causes this feeling?
Autonomic N.S.: Panic attacks feed the autonomic nervous system which controls bodily functions, such as digestion. The nauseous feeling arises from part of the digestive system, eg. Stomach, and tells the brain you feel nauseous. Since you fear vomiting and you feel nauseous, the panic attack gets much worse you should see a psychiatrist or psychologist trained to deal with panic attacks. ...Read more
It started with panic attacks, 3 week later nervous when go out. Feel like disorientated. Nausea every day. Doc gave me all sorts bloods said anxiety?
Typical: Sounds like usual hx & sx of panic disorder--have doc treat or refer you to a psychiatrist to treat. ...Read more
I have been experiencing nausea/vomiting and panic attacks in the morning for the first 3hrs I'm awake 3days+ a week for the past 2yrs. Wat cud this b?
Anxiety disorder: You could have a type of anxiety disorder, and need a comprehensive assessment with your primary care doctor first. If no overarching physical health problems are found, you need to consult with a psychiatrist about your panic attacks. These are really very treatable. Suffering with these for 2 years is far too long -- and unnecessary to boot. Best wishes. ...Read more
My daughter is 26. She has been suffering from episodes of extreme vertigo accompanied by nausea, lightheadedness, and bouts of anxiety/panic attacks?
Vertigo: Recommend she do 2nd opinion wit me and we can make better Dx. ...Read more
Was on 75mg mirtazapine for 5 or 6 months recently cut back down to 30 over the last month, been getting panic attacks again daily so I went up to 45mg. I feel nausea, anxiety, hot and cold, dizzy hlp?
Hello, I am having what I believe ate panic attacks. I am 31 and have never been treated before. Symptoms are far heart rate, feel like I have to leave where I'm at, hot, and hyper ventilation. Dr gave me lexapro and after nausea for 2 days I ended up
Yep, you are having:
Classic panic attack sx's--there are about 33 all total. Here's a reference:
http://www. Psychologyproductsandservices. Com/page2.html
Find a mental health pro to help figure out how this came about, and then work through how to undo it. We know a lot about panic these days and there are lots or techniques that work. Don't suffer alone. Therapy helps. ...Read more
Brain fog, stiff upper neck (back of neck), minor nausea. Could this be symptomatic of my gad and occasional panic attacks?
Treated for thyroidits (hashi's ruled out) w/ 75mcg levo/10mcg cytomel (liothyronine) but experiencing panic attacks nausea, trouble breathing, hot flashes nightime?
Mood and hormones:
Hypo or hyper thyroid states may serious impact not only the body but the brain...mind. 1% of the chronic patients in state mental hospitals are cured and released each year, when their thyroid status is corrected.
See your family medical doctor or endocrinologist soon. ...Read more
Can food and chemical sensitivities cause high heart rate, chest pressure, nausea, dizziness, reflux, anxiety and panic attacks, etc.?
Allergies: Possible. Need to work with your doctor to identify the cause and remedy that. ...Read more
What is better for panic attacks, clinidium and chlordiazepoxide or clonazepam? My panic attacks have to do usually about stomach issues or nausea.
Ginger: I am side stepping your direct question. If your stomach problems & nausea trigger your panic attacks - why not get right to the GI issues. Have your tried ginger? Ginger tea, ginger capsules, crystallized ginger? It is wonderful for reducing nausea & upset GI tract. If you calm the storm in you gut - you may have much less need for anxiolytics. Take care. ...Read more
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
What causes increased heart rate/pounding heart, and nausea? I do have panic attacks, mayb icaught a 24 hour tummy bug. I had a mild virus 2days ago.
I have emetophobia, feel sick a lot have panic attacks. Citalopram makes me worse. What can I do?
If you have not: Had cognitive behavioral therapy - that can be a good option. ...Read more
Extreme fear of rabies do to unvaccinated cat bite, did not get treatment 5yrs ago. Panic attacks everytime I get feel sick, (rabies like symp.) help?
Queasy, killer headache, increase panic attacks (daily rather then the norm of monthly), fatigue, dizzy (I feel like I'm on a boat), 2 neg preg test?
Inner ear: Infection? Please see your doc to rule out/identify medical conditions. Then consult w/a mental health professional for treatment for your panic attacks. Please get treatment, not only medication, which may or may not be indicated. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I have emetophobia, and GAD. My anxiety makes me so nauseated which makes me panic. Will zofran (ondansetron) relieve anxiety induced nausea?
I haven't slept in two days, nightmares, waking up gasping for air. Now I have nausea. Could this be a panic attack?
Stress: Possibly a prolonged one as most panic attacks are short-lived. There is a problem emotionally;so see a psychiatriat after being evaluated by your PCP. ...Read more
When I have went out to eat (greasy) meals the last few times I get nausea immediately then start having a mini panic attack?
Gallbladder: These symptoms can indicate problems with the gallbladder, stomach, or esophagus. See your doctor for a proper exam, eat low fat foods, and drink adequate water each day. ...Read more
I've been having a racing heart, nausea, extreme dizziness to where I almost faint since Wednesday. I am 16.Bpm 115 at times. Not panic attack
See provider: 115 is not extremely high, but your symptoms may indicate PSVT, or an intermitted fast heart beat originating from the upper chamber of your heart. A heart monitor can diagnose this. Treatment may include medication to slow conduction, or possibly an ablation, if abnormal heart conduction is detected. ...Read more
Symptoms, back pain, can only lay in one position with minumal pain, nausea, numbness in legs, after affects of possible panic attack?
Herniated disc: You need an evaluation to address the other possible causes and certainly to help you know the exact cause. Likely an MRI of your lower back will be needed. In the mean time, if you aren't allergic to ibuprofen, or have kidney disease, you should consider taking some. Good luck. ...Read more
Could I be having a panic attack if out of nowhere I'm experience light headed/faint feeling, high pulse 130, increased bp 132/89, nausea, shakes?
SEVERE panic disorder. Why everytime I have even a mild panic attack I get extremely exhausted afterwards, & nausea/icky stomach the rest of the day?
Need full evaluation: Panic disorder is often a diagnosis of exclusion - in other words, physical conditions that can mimic the symptoms of panic must be excluded. These include underlying heart disease, endocrine disorders like pheochromocytoma (a condition where excessive adrenaline is produced) and many others. Your internist/FP should have tested you for other conditions before diagnosis. Talk to your physician. ...Read more
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