I experience almost the same symptoms as you do! I have good and bad days. Unfortunately, these past few days have been pretty tough on me, I can barely make it through my work day! I as well have gone to many different doctors and er all with the same responses. I just don't understand it at all!! I do hope you get better and are able to get some sleep!!View Thread
So, my doctors have told me that I have anxiety but its hard for me to accept! They didn't really do any testing besides blood work and physical.....how can they say its just anxiety and they didn't do any further testing??
I can go for long periods where I feel ok then all of the sudden I will start not feeling right and it goes from there. Example: Last night I checked my blood pressure and it was elevated along with my heart rate so it really worried me! I woke up and its still up (under 120) and I just cant quit thinking that there is something wrong with my health! I do have some of the sinus stuff going on and my eyes are crusty and my eyes feel like there is a film on them with really doesn't help matters!!
What can I do? What should I try to calm down and quit worrying so much about my health??
BTW, I'm 33, over weight, suffer from high blood pressure, pre-diabetes and anxiety (?).
Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!View Thread
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