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Heavy breathing, light headedness, blacking out, headache, nausea. Help

i think i have been maybe having some sort of anxiety attacks or panick attacks. its when im rather relaxed most days and think about things or when im really stressed out and cannot relax.. its both really. but what happens is il be sitting down and my breathing gets very heavy and i feel it in my chest , i also can breath in but not breath out properly without making weird noises or like a choking sound. after that i get very lightheaded and my breathing slows down. sometimes i even feel myself blacking out and getting really strong head pains and nausea . i hope you can help me, thank you
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response

welcome to health care magic

You are probably suffering from "panic disorder" in which there are intense anxiety attacks with impending doom. Consult a psychiatrist for detailed evaluation and treatment (Medication, psychotherapy etc). Try some relaxation exercises like yoga, meditation or deep breathing.

However consult a general physician for ruling out cardiac pathology first

Wish you good health

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General & Family Physician Dr. A K M Wasim Rahman's  Response
Hi Nikki ,
Thanks for consulting us.
As you have said these are classical symptoms of PANIC ATTACKS. This occurs due to stress/ anxiety which alter the amount of NEUROTRANSMITTER(Chemicals inside brain & nerve).
You should start taking,
1. PAROXETIN - 1st choice in Panic attack.
2. Clonazepam Mouth Dissolving SOS sublingually during the attack.
Along with this you can get help from meditation and yoga which will lower your anxiety.
Consult a good psychiatrist.
Best of Luck.
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