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Blood pressure, thyroid, reeling sensation. What could be the problem?

Well I am 39 years old mom and suffering from blood pressure from a year + which I got after my dad s death with depression and grew very fat and now got thyroid too and take 25 mg every day since a month and take repaceH for BP . From yesterday I am continusly getting the reeling sensation all the time when ever try to sleep or lay down and it s really fast and if I don t move it sets itself ..... What could be the problem ? Now I feel terribly full and uneasy too
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Hi, welcome to HCM,

You should visit an emergency room, your symptoms are indicative that your blood pressure and thyroid levels are not under control. You need infusions to help stabilize your present situation.

Exercise, avoid oily spicy food, control your BMI. Take plenty of water to help maintain a proper BP level. Do not take stress or anxiety, it causes psychsomatic disorders leading to complications and more sufferings.

Stop all addictions, stay in touch with the treating doc. You should do meditation and yoga for relaxation.
Take care.
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