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Frequent dizziness, frozen hands and legs, numbness, eye twitching and squinting, shortness of breath. Cause and cure?

For the past two days I have had multiple things going on, Im dizzy to the point where I fall over or into things, my legs and hands are constantly cold . They also randomly go numb like when your foots asleep, starts out tingling but rapidly increases and I lose almost all movement my calfs and forearms also cramp up when this happens. My eyes will not stop twitching and squinting involuntarily and focusing my eyes takes a couple seconds. The biggest problem though is that every time I move, stand up, walk, or do anything that s not sitting completely still I am instantly out of breath and can not catch it again, I automatically start taking fast deep breaths to try to catch my breath but can never seem to slow it down or get it under control again even after Ive sat back down and began relaxing. This hasnt happened before to me I dont think. Im only 110 lbs at 5 5, Im in alright shape if that can help determine possibilities. It only started happening two days ago and all the symptoms came at once. The day before it began I was sleep deprived and didnt eat much but I have definitely made up for that since and it hasnt improved at all. The exhaustion/ out of breath feeling has actually gotten worse since yesterday.
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic,
from the symptoms you have just mentioned they could be various causes some of them are.
- hyperventilation syndrome
- transcient ischemic attack or stroke
- high blood pressure
- anxiety attack
- multiple sclerosis
- syncope mostly vasovagal
- anemia
-vitamin b12 deficiency
you need to investigated inorder to know what is wrong and to be given then the appropriate necessary treatment.
would suggest visit a physician for further evaluation and appriopriate treatment.
hope have helped to answer your query
wishing you a quick recovery.
Answered: Wed, 6 Feb 2013
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