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Frequent head rushes and PVC, tiredness, tongue and lip numbness, pulsation in neck. Reports normal. Reasons ?

Hello, The past month I have been having head rushes, doesnt matter weather im lying down, standing or sitting when they come, they last only a few seconds. Very tired, I take at least an hour nap a day, and still feel terrible after. I also have been having more frequent PVC s (which I wore a holter to diagnose and they were benign around 7 mos. ago) Just recently I have been having tongue and lip numbness, along with visual pulsating in my neck . Last symptom I have is it feels like its hard to breathe sometimes like my neck is swelling. I have had a CT of the brain, normal. I am not diabetic but am obese. I am a smoker. I have been tested for strep recently negative. I also had my thyroid tested and ultrasound done, all normal. Ekg a few months ago was also normal. No one will help me, and I cant live like this anymore.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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The very first thing is to lose weight. Walking, running and other physical activity together with healthy meals can help.

It is crucial not to consume high calories meals which can aggravate your situation.

Smoking is also another risk factor for heart disease together with obesity, so you should try to stop it.

It is better to do regular check-ups with your cardiologist.
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