So recently ive started getting these weird "Head Rushes", where it feels like a rush of energy is being rushed from the back of my neck to the front of my head. I have no idea what could be causing this. I am not a outside person, i don't really get out much, so i was thinking this could be a heart issue, but i would love more info on this.
This has been going on for about 3 days now. And if i should add, sometimes i feel pain on the left side of my chest, kinda like a sharp/stabbing type, or sometimes it will be a heavy pain. But what is really strange is the Lightheadedness/whoosyness feeling that is with all of this.
My guess is to just get more exercise, and since im a musician, i stay in the house for hours on end making music...I don't eat horribly bad, no soda/burgers. But sometimes we all do, right?
Also one more thing to add is that when i have alot of gas from eating a specific food, the pains in my chest area come up ALOT more then they do when i don't eat anything that makes gas....Thanks to anyone who can help!
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