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Sudden rise in blood pressure with shallow breathing, high triglycerides. Panic heart attacks?

Hi,im a male 37 years old,im quiet anxious about my Blood pressure as in some times it suddenly jump to 180/95 with panic and shallow breathing- ihave checked my Heart for a 100 times -ECG-Echo-and all my doctors says im fine -as well my cholesterol levels are fine but my trigelceride is high-i think im suffering from panic attackes as doctor assumed and it really irritates me,i cant live daily in normal way-i sometimes do excercise and sometimes i stop. Please any advise .
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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Why should you have issues if your ECG has been coming normal on so many occasions?
This in itself indicates that you are having anxiety disorder.
You must take some anti anxiety medicine in consultation with your doctor.
Control your BP by taking regular medications.
High triglycerides mean either high intake of alcohol or high carbohydrate intake.Reduce them.
Must do regular exercises and for this you have to make efforts all by yourself.
Regular yoga and meditation will help you a lot in controlling your anxieties.
Be in touch with your doctor regularly and regularize your life style.
Answered: Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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