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Hold back voice while crying. Having breathing problems, loss of apetite, nausea, dizziness, tiredness. What could it be?

Hi I m AJPC. I usually hold back my voice from letting it out whenever I cry. And sometimes , my heart felt like having problems like hard to breathe and it felt like there s something pressing my heart (somewhere there) and sometimes also under my lungs, breast bones or I m not sure what they call it, it usually lasts for more than 1mins and less than 20mins. Once, I was sitting and watching the tv and suddenly I have trouble breathing and when I stand up, trying to change my position of breathing (u know what I mean) it didn t work. So I have to wait for awhile and it finally stopped. Hence, I don t always have the appetite to eat. Feels more like vomiting but never did. And I usually get the feeling like.. dizziness? Yeah, something like that. And I seldom feels tired. I don t always get those kind of symptoms until I turned 13 :/ please tell me if I have one of.. u know, chest pain?
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

At the age of 13, it is very rare to have heart ailment starting. Your chest pain could be due to muscular tension or acidity or anxiety. Heart related complaints tend to increase when you exercise. Is it that way in your case? Breathing problem while watching TV must have been sudden reflex to some situation and then you got anxious and it persisted for sometime. That is it. Same feeling pplies to your dizziness. also.

Therefore don't worry and don't be anxious. Enjoy your life and be happy.
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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