I was recently on a private yacht charter in the Caribbean. I felt fine after flying down there, then had a night of drinking and started feeling some symptoms not usually associated with hangover. And since I've come back, the symptoms persist. I feel a mild heaviness in my upper chest, and am concious of having to breath a little deeper, in addition i have been feel very lethargic even though I'm sleeping well all night. I'm 36 year old male with no family history of any disease. I went to my doc and the EKG was perfect. Also had a blood test and chest xray and he said everything looked fine. So why do my symptomps persist? I read it could be anything, like a blood clot in my chest, although I assume the chest xray would have discovered it. It can't be a panic attack because I am ultra laid back with no worries. If it was heartburn of some kind, why would it affect my breathing? I'm paranoid I do not know what's going on with my body. Maybe I caught tuburculosis on the airplan to St. Martin? Or a virus or fungus from swimming in the ocean? I'd like to get some other opinions. I am pretty sedentary and about 40 pounds overweight, but have a perfect health history. I like to drink but not on a regular basis. By the way, I have Gilbert's Syndrome but it has never affected me in any way. I'm wondering if as I become older that somehow my drinking triggered something? I don't know. That's why I'm here. My doctor's doesn't give me much info. Thanks.