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What are brain lesions and how can they be treated ?

feel like im haveing a heart attack and like im gona pass out all the time my heart has this weird sinking feeling it beats fast my breathing is real difficult and i feel like im gona pass out all the time but the passing out is weird i dont get light headed i feel like if i lean forward backwards etc... that im gona pass out and go ahead and fall forward i have been to the hospital a milion times they said my echo was ok but they found 3spots on my brain call beign legions and they dont know what they are from and if they are effecting me please help me im only 26 and im scared im gona die
Asked On : Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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You seem to be suffering from anxiety neurosis and panic attacks. This condition is triggered by severe stress. You need to relax and try to get control over the factors causing this. You should practise deep breathing exercises, pranayam and yoga.

Have firm faith and confidence in your capability to tackle any untoward situation. Life is full of opportunities, you need time to prove yourself, so go slow and steady.

Homoepathic remedies like Withania Somnifera also known as ashwagandha will help you. you can also try Kali Phos 6x 4 tablets twice a day as a nervine tonic.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jul 2011
Psychiatrist Dr. Amardeep Kumar's  Response

Thanks for trusting HealthcareMagic for your query.

On the face of it, your description appears like 'panic attack'- a psychiatric condition where one gets the sudden onset of symptoms described by you and subsequently the fear of death or fear of becoming 'crazy' is so intense that person has no other options except to visit emergency department. In such condition person becomes very fearful of having another such attacks. They also tend to avoid the situation, places or activities where they anticipate any such attack can occur. So, their life gradually becomes very restricted and they feel suffocated within themselves. To a layperson, they may appear normal but the person suffers a lot within himself or herself.

Given that your brain scan seems to have identified some benign lesions, a good idea may be to get a EEG done which can figure out if there is some underlying 'seizure' to explain the phenomenon.

A good idea will be to consult your nearest psychiatrist who will help you understand your problem and discuss various ways of managing your problem.

Hope this information will be helpful.


Dr. Amardeep Kumar
Answered: Thu, 21 Jul 2011
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Thanks for your question here is doctor answering your question.your symptom look more towards anxiety show to a good doctor who has time to spend to answer all your quireis after seeing the health records
Answered: Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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