I often have yellow mucus with a red part in it, coming from my breast. I don't have to cough or never have a runny nose, often my nose is rather very drigh, so it seems I breath too much air and my heart beats too fast. When I have much emotions (positive as well as negative), my veins get painful and itch and breathing becomes more difficult. Does anyone recognize these strange symptoms? I am 25 years old and I am sure my heart is ok.
So my question is: can there be a link between allergies or other kind of bronchial infections and blood pressure, palpitations, ... What can I do to reduce them? I 'm really searching a long time for the answer and I hope someone can help me!
looks very similar to what I have. Is your mucus sticky and does it smells bad? Mine seems to come from the part where throat meets nose.
You got my attention because I have a very high blood pressure too. I am 20 and since about 5 years I take pills for it. Off and on because often I feel more dizzier from the pills. However my heart is completely OK, I have a very rapid heartbeat too. I am in good condition and the doc says it's all due to stress and that my cardiovascular risk is very high.
He said once to me, if you don't take your pills I wouldn't be surprised if you got a heartattack before 40. That made me to take. take care
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