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Hand and feet sweating after anxiety attacks - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   after an anxiety attack do u get problems such as hands and feet sweating occassionally,
Doctor :   yes u can get
Doctor :   it can part of anxiety attack
User :   when does it go away
Doctor :   it can also occur many system disease as well
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User :   i woke up this morning in sweat and then i got like chills and then after that my body was shaking is that normal my bp is good
Doctor :   ok
User :   went away after 5 - 10 minutes
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   shaking of hands can be due panic attack
Doctor :   so what would u like to know about
User :   it was legs only
Doctor :   we have answer ur question already
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   yes it does happen
User :   ok
Doctor :   is there anything else u would like to know about
User :   what is causing my feet and hands to be clammy all the time
Doctor :   increased sympathetic activity
Doctor :   it can be due to exercise as well
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