Do you ever worry that you have a major health problem?

December 15th, 2013 by Emily

Question: Do you ever worry that you have a major health problem?
I’ve had bizarre symptoms for nearly a year, and pretty much figured out that they were due to candida overgrowth in my body.
These included anxiety, chest pain, muscle aches, tingling arms and legs, sinus congestion, feeling ‘foggy’ (no concentration), stomach issues, etc. Once I started the anti-canidida program, many of my symptoms went away and some were greatly reduced.

Still, from time to time, I will get some symptoms when I cheat a tiny on the diet, or if it’s a certain time of the month (you know what I mean ladies). Sometimes when this happens, particularly if my chest suddenly aches or I feel some tingling, I begin to panic inside. When I panic, of course, my heart races and I feel worse and worse. I often think it’s something wrong with my heart or ciculatory system.

I would like to know if any of you suffer from this as well. Also, can you advocate some ways to deal with it? Any useful exercises or tips?

I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

Best answer:

Answer by huggz
My worries actually turned out to be founded :( I am diabetic and have kidney failure. Ill or not I find that meditation is really useful, I used to have panic attacks frequently (now its only rarely I get them). Deep breathing, systematic relaxation of all the muscles and deep concentration helps. I meditate for at least 20 mins each night.

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