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Why can't a patient receive a FLU shot if they have an elevated heart rate due to an anxiety disorder? (PTSD)

They can... Usually the only issues that would preclude you from getting a flu shot is current infection, fever, or allergy to eggs/other parts of the immunization. Anxiety disorder does not prevent you from getting the flu vaccine. Read more...

I have panic/anxiety disorder and am consistently obsessed with my heart rate I get angry if its not 69 or below. What can help me besides medication?

Forget Heart Rate. And control your anxiety/panic disorder. Discuss with your psychiatrist (or get one) and forget about taking your pulse. You are barking up the wrong tree! panic attack is a serious disorder and if you do not control it, it will take over your life. Get help. Read more...
Relaxation. Cognitive behavioral therapy; yoga; meditation; mindfulness training (being in the here and now). Massage from partner can be inexpensive and relaxing. If obsessiveness persists seek professional help. Good luck, stay healthy. Read more...

Lightheaded for a few days, heart rate erratic but always regular. Possible palp. Anxiety disorder? Took some heart tests, negative. Clean for all.

Could be. It could be. You should consult with a psychiatrist and/or psychotherapist, to look into treatments for anxiety disorders, including medications such as ssris like Celexa and zoloft, (sertraline) but also meditation, yoga, and exercise. Read more...
Anxiety disorder?? If everything ok physically, i'd suggest consulting with a mental help professional to help you deal with your symptoms. Read more...

I have a health anxiety disorder and OCD. When I eat sugar my heart rate rises into the 80's-90's range and today had a panic attack. BP 128/81.?

Anxiety and health. It is not uncommon for anxiety to cause health problems. Many people with Panic Disorder incorrectly believe they are having a heart attack. i am unsure if there is a correlation between sugar, heart rate and panic. If you have high BP you need to lower your stress and get BP medication. If your panic continues see a MH professional. Read more...