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Had sudden weakness, freezing, nausea. No other health problems. Is it serious?

Last night (8:30) sudden weakness, freezing and nausea combined. No vomiting. Pulse usually 60, but increased and remains (11:30 am) at 79. BP fine. Age 63. No history of heart disease, high BP, or cholesterol. Could this just be oncoming flu? No more freezing, nausea comes and goes, no sneezing, low fever?, no appetite, severe weakness. Should I see a doctor? Stay in bed? Usually super high energy (and stress), twice the endurance and strength of 20 year olds.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns
Just try to remember what happened before the episode.
There has to be a relation as you are not having any other problems.
Simply put, the reason may be anxiety.
As you are 63,you must have worried when the freezing started and all other symptoms just followed due to anxiety.
Try to workout the reason of the first symptom and you know the reason.
Or else please consult a GP.
Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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