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Shaky hands, palpitations, pain in the stomach muscles. History of asthma. Opinion?

hi from a very young age i have always randomly got bad shaking hands when it got really bad or i would feel really stressed my heart would start beating really fast it would hurt the muscles in my stomach and i would get really weak and find it hard to talk. i dont smoke drink rarely or at all. i have mild asthma and i go for walks every second day so im not unfit or unhealthy i never get take outs either.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Hi
Thanks for writing to Health Care Magic
The symptoms ur reporting could possibly be due to anxiety. When we get stressed out and anxious our body shakes, we become breathless, our heart beats rapidly, there will be sweating, dryness of mouth, stomach discomfort, feeling of extreame weakness and lack of energy, confusion. This may even cause difficulty in speaking.
Try relaxation and breathing excercises. Take proper rest. If the problem is still persisting consult a psychiatrist for advise.
Hope this helps u
Thanks and regards
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response
YOUR ASTHMA SUGGESTS THAT YOU ARE ALLERGIC
AND AFTER SOME YEARS IT START INVOLVING OTHER ORGANS LIKE STOMACH IN YOUR CASE
THIS MEANS YOU HAVE DEVELOPED FOOD ALLERGIES
I ADVICE YOU TO GET TEST YOUR SERUM FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR COOMON FOODS LIKE MILK WHEAT POTATO AND CHANA
AND AFTER ELIMINATION YOU WILL GET BEYTTER AND YOUR ASTHMA WILL also be reduced
and if you stil want to add that food you can go for sublingual immunotherapy for cure
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