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Age 36 weight 70 all body parameters and usg of full abdomen normal with vitamin d and b deficiency Issue: diagnosed with panic attacks and depression related to work stress. Diagnosed with hyper stress stimulation and sympathetic overdrive. Undergoing psychiatric treatment with vilano 40 twice and etilaam pro 20 at night. 1 revital capsule per day also along with turmeric milk in morning After 3 months main complaint anxiety and depression improved a lot but chief complaint is I have constant adrenaline rushes and adrenaline related symptoms (such as chest tightness .buzzing in limbs. Burning sensations. Palpitations) even when I am not under stress. Constant discomfort due to adrenaline rushes. Also get hive attacks .Trying progressive muscle relaxation and deep breathing but not much improvement. Massage and cold bath gives temporary relief. Require advice.

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All symptoms are due to worry, anxiety and stress. Lifestyle changes will help u. Diet: it is always important to watch your diet. You are what you eat. Eat what your body needs, reduce refined foods, processed foods and increase the amount of whole grains and fruits and vegetables. Eating small frequent meals goes a long way. Reduce intake of saturated fats; include more lean meats. Choose grilling and steaming over frying and roasting. Recommended foods - Healthy carbohydrates, Fiber-rich foods, Heart-healthy fish and Good fats. Foods to avoid - Saturated fats, Trans fats, Cholesterol and Sodium Exercise: Every week, make sure about 2 hours is dedicated to physical activity. This could include any exercise of your choice, brisk walking, swimming, cycling, aerobics, hiking, jogging, skipping, gymnastics, or playing games like football or basketball. While in most cases, the person can do these on their own, in some people, supervision may be required. Watch your weight: controlling weight to a desirable level of BMI of 18 and 23 is very important. Smoking: Another risk factor for palpitation, sleeplessness. Quitting is the best option. If not feasible, reducing smoking and gradually quitting should be aimed at. The effects on overall health will be evident almost immediately after quitting. Stress management: there is no getting away from stress. Everybody has their stresses but the trick is to manage it well. Whether it is music or meditation or medication or counselling, make sure stress levels are managed.
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