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Why do i get sick when i cry ?

Everytime i cry or some one hurts me emotionally i get sick? I start shaking, nose bleed, really dizzy, hard time breathing, and i get cold or hot flashes, start seeing blury, n sometimes i jus get knocked out and not wake up Untill morn Ex. Was cryin at 7 or 8 pm then i would jus get knoked out ntill nxt morn 7am or 7:30ish... Is there anything to do about it? And what is it that i have? I am 17 years old female! N ive been through a
Asked On : Fri, 11 Feb 2011
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this is a sort of emotional attack like nervous breakdown .your mind can't handle the mental shocks so it reacts in this way of shut down .try concentrating on different things other than emotional things ;don't think too much; divert your mind in exercise never be alone.Also share your feelings with your closest friend or parents;siblings.this might have started after some big shock try finding out & let me know may be i can advise you some homoeopathic medicine as they are safe & non habit forming.
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