Yesterday night I experienced some weird symptoms when I was about to go sleep, these included:
• Tingling arms (exessive!
• Tingling legs (exessive!
• Problems falling asleep
• Pain near back of arm when blood pumped trough
• Random painstings (sting in teeth, sting in arm and upper leg)
• Nauseua (Stumach acted up)
• Sometimes when breathing deeply, my front of neck would feel a short but hard pressure.
• Tingling forehead/brain (exessive!
• Mucsle spasms
• Discomfort near chest/stumach
• Eating salmon, teriyaki, potatoes, cheese, crackers, wasabi, fruit ice, chocolate. Drinked water, green tea.
• Had a melatonine pill before bed
• Was 1:00 am
• Drank alot of water!
• Was a bit stressed
• Non smoker since a few weeks, quitted recently
• Been drained for blood many times, nothing to notice but
• semi-low thyroid function, not big tho
• helicobacter pylori broken out once
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