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Panic attacks, Increased pulse rate, shortness in breath, sudden feeling of coldness and shivering

I dont know how to describe but i will do my best. I keep having night panick attacks where within the first hour of going to sleep i wake suddenly to a racing pulse short of breathe , bit disorientated and spaced out, i head straight to the window to get fresh air and control breathing , oce pulse has slow3ed down i go back to bed and go back to sleep. However I have never had one in the day until a few minutes ago. I have been sat at my desk typing a letter and all of suddenly came over very spaced out, pulse started to pick up and felt like this is it (know thats a little dramatic but its the feeling that i had, feeling a bit spaced out ive gone and sat outside, now back in the office i feel very cold and shivery? what is happening and what do i do. Im thinking the worst and having 2 very young children im getting alittle scared
Asked On : Thu, 3 May 2012
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Hi dont get worried just relax and pen me what is your age and your name. This happens when there is hormonal changes in the body. Just get me your weight with ecg and routine cbc with sugar done. Get your thyroid profile done for the best advice. By the time you have good sleep by taking any warm milk and good warm bath prior to sleep. Bye and take care.
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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