have those same exact symptoms. i went to an allergist recently and i found out that i have really bad allergies to pets, dust and other various things. My whole childhood i thought that i was just allergic to pollen. I happen to have 3 cats of my own. I started taking zyrtec. it worked but i was still congested so i started and zyrtec d and it has worked really well for me. but i noticed recently i have been having these attacks in the past week. i also have been anemic practically my whole life. I dont eat red meat, i only eat chicken and eggs. Ive never been tested for food allergies but i have never broke out in hives from eating anything. I also have asthma due to my mother smoking ciggarettes while pregnant with me. i had this same attack last night my ears felt plugged, my chest felt heavy, it felt like a chore to breathe a full breath. I also deal with anxiety so once this started happening, i started to panic and it elevated all of the symptoms. i even get the diarrhea too. And that is very unusual for me because my whole life i have been dealing with constipation. the only thing is, the shaking only happens when i smoke weed. i'm a daily cannabis smoker for a year now. but the weird thing is, the shaking started happening when i first started smoking. then it went away. now all of a sudden it happened again. i think that all of this is connected. i read online that decongestants and inhalers for asthma can increase your heart rate. I also read that cannabis lowers it. i never check my blood pressure and never thought that there was a connection until now. The only thing that confuses me: is the shaking from high or low blood pressure? cuz like i said, it only happens when i smoke after not smoking for a day or 2. i would assume thats from my blood pressure being low but it happens to you when your blood pressure is high... any ideas?View Thread
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