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Hello, I am 20 and im a woman. I have headache (forehead and side mostly) and earache for more than a year. I went to a doctor for my ears and tey turn out to be healthy and clean. I have intense anxiety and because of my depression I sat at home which means lack of movement for a year and half, which means I missed a lit of sunlight. I had breathing issues, but my x-ray is normal and my lungs are healthy, then I had heart pain and tachycardia, it turned out I have sinus tachycardia because of anxiety I guess, but overall my heart is also fine and my doctor told me that I have anxiety, then I did many blood tests and they only thing that I have an issue with is cholesterol, feritin and iron, but again not something dramatic. My doctors say is chronic cold or anxiety but I can not take it anymore. My pathologist told me that is anxiety or cold. I drink teas, I now try to exercise and run and go to sunlight, I drink water and my urine is clean and my eyes also clean (since they say eyes so your health). I have intense panic attacks, before a week I was dizzy and I had eye disturbance because of my anxiety, I lost my appetite for 3 days, however now I am doing better, but my headaches are intense, especially when I sit, I feel my neck tight and my side forehead and temple feel tight and sometimes cold sometimes achy, I wake up with earaches and a lot of dry mucus in my nose, I don't have thyroid, but my cardiologist told me that my thyroid was a little bit swollen but nothing to worry (i had throat pain at that time, now rarely, and when I eat I feel great), I don't understand. My body weight is normal. I don't understand, I can not take it anymore.

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Meditation to start slowly. Plenty of water n liquids. Green vegetables, salad seasonal fruits. You consult ent he says nothing in ear. So you fall in anxiety disorders. Why don't you consult a psychiatrist just once, just listen n decide you want his medicine or not. No one force you to consume. Till then you can try clonazepam 0.5 mg propranolol 20 mg 1, 1 each at 9.00 pm, sleep at 9.30 pm. For cold levocetrizine one at night till required. Otek ac ear drops/ciproflox ear drops two drops in both ears.
you have migraine or sinusitis. kindly review with scan for clinical examination
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It can be because of many reason from simple reasons like not sleeping on time or sleeping too much, stress, have long hours of fasting, dehydration to causes like sinusitis, migraine, high blood pressure, tumor etc. Do this 1. Take adequate night sleep 2. Eat at regular intervals. As starvation/gas can trigger headache 3. Avoid things that can trigger headache. Common triggers include alcohol, caffeine or poor sleep. Inculcate good sleep practices like having a regular bedtime schedule and avoiding naps, caffeine and tv before bedtime. 4. Don't take stress- pursue an enjoyable activity or verbalising frustration to reduce stress and improve mental health. 5. Avoid foods that you know triggers your headache. 6. Hot packs and heating pads can relax tense muscles. Warm showers or baths may have a similar effect 7. Drink water. “dehydration can be a big cause of headaches,” for this homeopathic treatment is very effectivefor more details you can consult me.
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Dear lybrate-user, you are having severe anxiety and the underlying problem is not clear. I can certainly tell you that whatever may be the reason it needs to be treated as early as possible. There will be definite some improvement in your condition. Anxiety may be a manifestation of certain underlying psychiatric issue, I suggest that you visit a psychiatrist prferably in a govt institute and discuss your problem, you will certainly get relief.
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