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I feel Hard heart beat, loss of memery, Headache and Tridness

I feel Hard heart beat, loss of memery, Headache and Tridness everyday. Why is it? I feel Hard heart beat, loss of memery, Headache and Tridness everyday. My heart beat is 62/minute. I feel headache atleast 4 times in a week. I had eye check up but there was no problem and no need of glasses. Sometimes i also feel tissy. why is this? I feel Hard heart beat, loss of memery, Headache and Tridness everyday. My heart beat is 62/minute. I feel headache atleast 4 times in a week. I had eye check up but there was no problem and no need of glasses. Sometimes i also feel tissy. why is this? When i walked for 1 hour continously i feel pain in my legs. it was before 1 month but the pain is still there. I am only 16 years of old When i feel tried i feel like something burning inside my body. i can t even move my hand. when i breath i can t breath fully because i feel like the air coming through my nose is not enough to fill my lungs. i also use my mouth to breath. but still i feel so triedness. I was an good cricket player and a goal keeper in football too. but because of this i can t concentrate. when i play i feel like my brain increases it s weight. i feel pain in my eye ball also when i feel headache. i feel headache in the centre of the head. i feel like my mouth have stopped it s function. i feel pain in my whole body. most of the time i feel pain in my lungs
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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A lot of the symptoms sound like they could be related to stress. I would suggest getting in to see your gp, they can give you a full health examination to ensure that nothing is wrong. Your heart rate is the low end of normal but for someone who is athletic then this is normal. Your doctor is the best person to speak to.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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