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Shivering problem, elevated heart beat, shivering in hands, symptoms occur while driving. Causes?

hello doctor,i m a male of age 23.I m working in a IT firm.I ve a problem of shivering .It happens mainly,when i drive.I feel my heart beat started to rise and i shiver very violently that i can t drive any more.but,the thing is that it doesn t happen always.But,always I have shivering in my hands ..kindly provide me details of the causes and diagnosis of it
Asked On : Wed, 16 May 2012
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
you need some simple blood tests like your hemoglobin count, and thyroid profile and serum electrolyte
many things will be clear from it. if you find anything abnormal then consult your doctor
are you taking coffee,alcohol, and tobacco or any drugs?
drugs for asthma can cause this problem my suggestion is to leave all these habits
also try to avoid some breathing exercises , meditation
hope this will be helpful to you
take care

Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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