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Increased heartbeat when climbing stairs. Pain in chest and stomach. Taking Romilast. Want to stop medicine

I feel beating problem whenever climbing any up gradient or stair. The problem persists in morning also after leaving the bed. Especially I feel a pain at the centre of my right chest and stomach . I am presently using Romilast 10mg tablet daily before sleep at night and Alpazolam 0.5mg since I have long been suffering from insomnia . Besides, I use inhelers like Livolin and Foracort 200 as per direction of the physician for more than a year. I am now 76 years of age and intend to leave the aleopathic drugs since they do not seem to be curable drugs. Name: Nirmal Kumar Ganguli Email: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Mon, 4 Feb 2013
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Hi There, thanks for asking. The fact that your heart beats become irregular after activities and it remain until the next morning provides possibility that you have oxygenation problem during the night. You also mention that you have had sleep problem without any mood problem for a long time and it is also another factor which proposes the possibility of sleep apnea. Your age and gender (according to your name) also are the risk factors for Breathing-Related Sleep Disorder. Allergy is also another risk factor for sleep apnea. You should know if you are obese, we can say that almost definitely you have sleep apnea. Other signs for sleep apnea are: headaches in the morning, dry mouth during the night or in the morning, going to washroom during the night, drooling on the pillow, gastric reflux and at the end having a thick neck (more than 15.7 inches or 40 cm). It is good to talk with your Doctor about it. Have a very good health.
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