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Anxiety and fever
I have last 5 days haveing slight hyperventilation problem I have history of panic disorder and taken treatment for that but now I have moderate fever with hyperventilation can I consult psychiatrist or general physician because I havin fear of having fever what to do? I taken 2 days medication for fever is not cured I have no health issues I take all the test echo ecg thyroid test etc now what to do next
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If you suddenly feel your heart pounding or experience other physical clues that a panic attack is barreling for you, try this distraction: Start counting backward from 100 by 3s. The act of counting at random intervals helps you to focus and override the anxious thoughts that are trying to sneak into your psyche. Better still keep loose change in your pocket. Add a dime to a nickel, then add two pennies and so on. By controlling your thoughts and focusing on something outside yourself you will being to feel calmer. Deep breathing: Relaxing your body can help sidestep a panic attack. Practice breathing in through your nose for a count of five, hold it for five and then breathe out through mouth for a count of five. Grounding yourself is another helpful technique. Tune yourself into 4 things around you that you can see, 3 things you can touch, 2 that you smell and 1 you can taste. Again, forcing your mind to consider something outside yourself helps
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It's ok firstly relax... Just check ur temperature once with a thermometer.. Even if u hv fever take a paracetamol 650mg thn consult a general physician... Do some relaxation exercise to calm ur self
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Consult a general physician, Get yourself tested for covid
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check temperature, Oxygen level
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