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have dehydration with panic attack. Got white patches on hand. Will these go away?

Hi, So today in church I think I might have a) been dehydrated or b) had a panic attack. I drank coffee on an empty stomach during class-it was only one cup. My diet has been really weird lately because no one has been home. I started trembling in church, couldnt breathe right, and I was freezing cold and my hands were white with blotches all over them. After a long nap, the symptoms went away. But now I m sweating like crazy and my stomach seems to be upset. I m not sure what to take from this.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

As you had suspected, the incident might have panic attack after a mild chapter of illness feeling. Panic attack normally comes when you are apprehensive about something. Yu became apprehensive without any known reason or known happening. Avoding apprehension and indulging in positive thinking is the proper treatment method. Start doing these things with the help of a psychologist or psychotherapist. Don't worry unnecessarily. For almost every problem medical science has treatment. Just you have to pproach the doctor. Get well soon.

Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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