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9/16/08 8:11 P

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Yes it is best to ask your doctor. In the beginning my panic attacks happened when I woke up in the morning. My psychologist said that is very common. I still cannot understand how you can sleep for six or seven hours and wake up in a panic.
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9/16/08 11:39 A

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The inner ear could definately be the culprit. I have had trouble with mine, but mine was dizzy and ringing in the ear.

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9/16/08 9:51 A

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I'm not very familiar with your symptoms other than the shaking... sometimes when I am beyond exhausted I start to get shivers and a nausea feeling. I'm glad you are checking with your doctor - keep us updated.

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9/16/08 12:03 A

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Could be an inner ear problem due to the sounds and dizziness. Maybe have an EKG ordered just to rule out your heart. Could be many things, like an allergic reaction to something... but detail the symptoms to your doctor.

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9/15/08 2:50 P

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That sounds more like an inner ear (vestibular) disturbance. IMO....

Go to a good ENT doctor.
Panic/anxiety is accompanied by a feeling of dread or terror.
Good luck sweetie.

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9/15/08 2:00 A

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Could be anxiety or even a mild panic attack. Check with your doctor would be my advice.

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9/13/08 10:52 P

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Sounds a little difficult for you are far as sleeping. The only time I have had symptoms like that or similar is if I have had a fever, even low grade. The shivering feeling I have had and it does accompany anxiety. I am a teeth grinder and when my anxiety is high, I do it more and that effects my ears sometimes. Anxiety can cause some ringing in your ears usually it also has to do with you thyroid. I would ask for talk to your doctor about that too. Good luck.

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I'm not familiar with your symptoms. But if they are happening when you are resting, then something is going on. I'm glad you are seeing your doctor to rule out anything physical first. That is a smart start! Keep us posted.
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I'm not sure I have anxiety. I want to share with you my symptoms and maybe someone can help me figure this out.

I am a very laid-back person, it takes a lot for me to get ampted and I don't feel anxious but...In the last few weeks, when I lay down or recline to rest, I feel a 'shivering' in my torso area. I also hear choppy 'under water' sounds in my head and feel just a bit 'spacey'. This is happening just about every time I rest and seems to be getting worse. I'll go to sleep fine, sometimes, and wake up to shivering, or the minute I lay down it starts up. My husband says I'm not shivering, but I feel like I am. I do have a Dr. appt on Tuesday for a physical, so will run it by her, but thought I'd ask and see if anyone else is experiencing something similar. Thanks!

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