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Hi I suffered from hypokalemia two months before recovered properly and after 2-3 weeks gap I started getting some muscular pains and dyspnea which really horrified me since those muscular pains were in chest area. I am getting headaches after that anxious situations which is lasting still today. My headache is not at all severe but I feel very awkward and thoughtful about my health and worry. I had clear MRI in Sept month during hypokalemia. I want to know whether yoga can help me ease from this situation? Since I am taking migraine medications which i don't think really I need😔. Please help me!!! I feel anxious even when I get mild stomach pain which is not a big issue.
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Dr. Darpan Kaur Mumbai | Psychiatrist
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Hi; Based on the information you have provided; certain symptoms that you are experiencing could be related to your underlying hypokalemia and migraine as well. Kindly consult a medical doctor in your city near your locality for your symptoms of hypokalemia and migraine and take guidance from the concerned medical doctor regarding the medical symptoms; treatment; medical investigations; follow ups; duration of treatment;etc for hypokalemia and migraine. You seem to be having some anxiety symptoms which could be related to your underlying medical condition or an anxiety disorder or an anxious personality or related to excessive stress,etc. Sometimes, people who have an anxiety disorder can have excessive anxiety about their health; future; finances; and tend to worry excessively and can experience very severe anxiety symptoms. Certain bodily symptoms such as pain; headache; giddiness; etc could be related to stress and anxiety as well. Kindly consult a psychiatrist near your locality in your city who can clinically evaluate you; can suggest some investigations based on evaluation; suggest you some medicine to relieve your psychological symptoms based on expertize and underlying clinical condition. Regular physical exercise; regular sleep; cutting down excessive stress; eating a healthy diet; relaxation exercises ;yoga; etc can be helpful to overall improve physical and mental health. The psychiatrist that you consult in your city can also counsel you regarding lifestyle modification; relaxation training and also suggest some cognitive and behavior techniques to help you cope better with your symptoms of anxiety.
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Dr. Swathi S Aithal Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello well I need to know if you are a book in India is connected as the symptoms of anxiety and muscular pains is related to it... hypokalemia will have symptoms related to muscles as well as cardiac issues so please consult the physician for it and you also need to get your potassium levels checked secondly if you don't have migraine then I don't understand the point of you taking migraine pills you are not clear in what you are asking thank you
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