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Fast heart beat, sleep disorders, clenching of teeth at night. Related to childhood asthma?

Hello, I am a 20-year-old lady. And I ve got heart racing episodes right after I awakened from my deep sleep. And sometimes it feels like I am grasping for air. And I need to sit up sometimes because I can t take anymore the rapid beats of my heart as if it just stopped from beating. And also, I was noted to have some sleep disorders , such as; sleep talking and sleep walking disorder, but I never snore. However, I did have some clenching of teeth at night occassionally. I don t know if it has to do something with my childhood asthma , or was this a symptom for a new disease. Please do help me in answering my question. Thanks!
Asked On : Fri, 1 Jun 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
yes childhood asthma is only allergy problem and it might have reduced but bnot gone and later in life can change of diosease or organ
your allergies have persisted beyond your childhood and therse arte food related get blood serum tested for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato rice nuts egg and other common food you take
mostly chances of milk causing this ads milk is animal protein and is not competible with human proteins cause chilhood asthma and later on olther allergies
start with withdrawl of milk and diary completely chances of getting reversed in 3 wek
Answered: Thu, 6 Jun 2013
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