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On lying down feet gets cold, feel like moving and pain in chest, start panicking and can't breath. Sleep best in a chair sitting upright. Also have cold, itchy throat and headaches. Solution?

Whenever I lie down my feet get cold , and sometimes I have the urge to stretch them. I also have astha or somethng related to it and I find that I sleep best in a chair sitting upright. When I lie down and close my eyes it feels like Im moving but Im not and sometimes I feel a small pain in my chest and I guess I start panicking and cant breathe . This goes away but I have to remember to breathe slowly and not panic. What is going on? I also have a cold/itchy throat and headache and am on a allergy pill with sudaphed to drain me and am taking Saphris as well as Fluoxetine occasionally.
Asked On : Wed, 4 Apr 2012
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THIS IS SIGNS OF CHRONIC SINUSITIS
YOU ET XRAY PNS WATERS VIEW FDOR SINUSES
IF THE SINUSES ARE CLEAR THIS MAY BE SLEEP APNEA
IF NEGETIVE FOR SINUS INFECTION GO FOR SLEEP STUDIES AND THIS CAN HELP YOU
KEEP POSTED AOUT AFTER THE TESTS
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