Hi to all .... what a great resourse.
2 years ago I suffered an acute panic attack which put me in the back of an ambulance (a very unpleasant experience) with what can only be described as a near death / dying experience. Since that time my nerves have been somewhat shakey (shaky) and I feel quite fragile sometimes. In the last 6 months I have started to get random involuntary twitching over my body including my jaw / teeth, I now also feel that this has progressed into neck movements and eye lid movements. This is of course worrying. This is accompanied my occasional chest pain that causes me to go light headed and feels very similar to the acute panic attack. Stress is an aggrivating factor but then there are clear days when I feel fine only to then get a random chest pain or twitch. I have had CV checks last year (all ok) but feel I might return to get checked again. I feel that my Doctor is getting fed up with me but this is too important to leave in my opinion. I would be extremely greatful for any advise. Many thanks in advance. JP
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