No, I never have asked him. Because, as I said, I really didnt used to worry about it because I only got it at night, so I figured it was just how I was laying. Isnt it strange all the "symptoms" that can arise??? I mean really weird, off the wall stuff. I figured if it was a stroke I would have other symptoms with it....you would think. Oh, also, when I got it last evening, my right ear got like FIRE RED. It was burning up. I HATE that. I get that from time to time too...just a flushed feeling in my ears. It is like your ears just get soooo red and are warm to the touch. Sometimes I get this in my face as well. It lasted about 2 hours and then just left( the more I calmed down).
Thanks for the reply! God bless
Post Edited (Howlyncat) : 3/29/2007 2:44:44 PM (GMT-6)
read up about the fight or flight response on the net
one thing it does is reduce bloodflow to the head, hands and feet, causing tingling or numbness, the theory is that during the forthcoming fight with the sabre tooth tiger, you are likely to be cut on those areas and so the bloodloss will be reduced, the answer obviously is to learn CBT relaxation methods
all anxiety sufferers should have a good understanding of the fight or flight response
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Post Edited By Moderator (stkitt) : 5/26/2011 7:24:09 AM (GMT-6)
Duplicate posts not allowed per forum rules. I posted to your thread with the identical post.
Post Edited By Moderator (stkitt) : 8/24/2011 9:05:23 AM (GMT-6)
I'd like to extend a warm welcome to you on your first visit to Healing Well! To help you get the most out of the Anxiety and Panic Forum please feel comfortable starting a thread of your own to give all the members the opportunity to meet and greet you.
Your problems may be related to anxiety and perhaps a bit to much drinking triggered your anxiety. However, if you feel something else is going on please do check in with your Dr.
I hope you continue to post as I look forward to getting to know you better.