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Anxiety/nerves, chest flutter when crash

Discussion in 'Post-Exertional Malaise, Fatigue, and Crashes' started by knackers323, Dec 4, 2013.

  1. knackers323

    knackers323 Senior Member

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    When people crash or over exert themselves do they get these symptoms of anxiety?
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  3. Please Advise

    Please Advise

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    Definitely
  4. knackers323

    knackers323 Senior Member

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    With or without mentally feeling anxious? Thanks for your replys.
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    Right now I am having this. I see a cardiologist tomorrow, hopefully for a full workup. These things are usually not dangerous but best to be checked out, especially at my age.

    Goodluck. It's disconcerting to have this symptom.

    I should point out that I have had this happen three times in the past. Twice before this illness.
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    Sometimes anxiety is worse than at other times when crashing. I think it depends on the level of inflammation in the body.

    I found the anxiety starts in the body first, not the mind, but then becomes distressing to the mind.
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    knackers323 Senior Member

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    What could be causing chronic Inflammation? Could systemic inflammation make you feel hot?
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    I don't know what is causing the inflammation, except for the PEM. I get a lot of heat with mine, mostly in the head and upper body.
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    Do you mean the PEM is causing the Inflamation? Or that they go together?
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    The PEM seems to make it worse.
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    I agree with this.
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    I get this too esp during PEM. Sometimes it's just increased low blood sugar and I just need to eat more frequently that day. And sometimes I need to take a tiny bit (.025 ?) mg of Klonopin to stop it.

    fwiw, I started using dye free dex4 last year for low blood sugar and it reaches my brain quicker than anything else I've tried. Sometimes 2 works but at other times I need 3.

    tc ... x
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    I'm having this right now. I didn't even know I over exerted but have been hit with more anxiety than I have in a long, long time. However, any time I overexert it brings me further into psychosis and that is always permenant, the anxiety now just making it that much worse. It's been a couple weeks with no signs of let up. Every time I've had a PEM episode the effects have been permenant, even just the slightest decrease

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