Dana, I really cannot answer your question. This is something that a Dr. will have to address to make sure first of all that this is coming from a benign source. Anxiety, stress, and so many other factors can go into this, lack of sleep, you mentioned the caffeine, but since you don't drink that...not going to sleep will not help you. Go to the ER and have them evaluate you! If they feel it's safe enough to send you back home, then perhaps they could give you something for your anxiety so that you could get a good night's sleep.
I noticed with mine in the past that the more stressed I became, the more they came on - so anxiety certainly does not help. I felt so helpless and even in the hospital they were just going to town, and the nurse was just nonchalant about the whole thing, and I'd had a prior heart attack.
That is not to say that everyone's problems are the same - they're not. So that's why I'm recommending to you to get these checked out!!
Big Hugs, Teri
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