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Suddenly started feeling headache, dizzy, tired and pounding heart rate. What to do?

Hi there, I ve returned home for xmass to the family and havent done any exercise for around 3 weeks I normally run 7 miles twice a week. But sudden the last couple of days I can feel my heart pounding at a average rate and my body aches and feel very slightly dizzy and I dont know why. I havent been sleeping properly and also feel tired, I ve been trying to eat at proper times and eating fruit but I still have it so not sure what it is or what to do?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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hello james, this is general weakness but you should go for complete blood test and ecg.check your blood pressure and pulse rate.If you come with every thing is normal then you can use herbal madicine ashwagandha powder 1 tsf with milk 2 times a day , this is very good in your weakness also you can take antioxidant with this.
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