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 why does my head shake after a week of continuous drinking?
Okay, so i have been binge drinking for the past week. I guess i was partying too much with my buddies, and i had a little too much. After i put the bottle away, i had a really bad head ache and my ...


 how does cannabis help asthma?
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 what is the best herbal smoke?
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 quitting smoking ????????????????
I AM 24 , HAVE BEEN SMOKING A PACK A WEEK SINCE I WAS
18 , I GET BRONCHITIS EVERY YEAR AROUND COLD SEASON,
I AM WONDERING , AT MY AGE IS IT TO EARLY TO DEVELOP COPD, AND EMPHYASIMA? Will ...


 smoking weed?
if theres weed residue in ur pipe and u want to smoke but dont have any weed can u smoke paper in it and it will taste like a little weed because of the residue or will it ruin the pipe ??...


 HOW DO I GET RID OF MUCOUS !?
Well ive been sick for 5 days now. today was the first day i could breathe from both nostrils. ive been stuffed up for days. i went to the doc and he gave me pills for my thought infection. now i ...


 what can i eat having high fever?
i am so hungry but to weak to fix anything guess i got the hungry shakes too hadn't ate nothing today but scrambled eggs this morning and a ice cream sandwich a few hrs. ago, i wanna go to bed ...


 how can a person get swine?
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 Problems breathing when laying down flat.?
When trying to go to sleep, i feel i can't breathe well, and have to manually control my breathing and take a big breath once in a while.

Is it serious? If so, is there anything i can ...


 Difficulty Breathing?
I'll try to explain....I quit smoking 4 months ago and haven't looked back. I am a nanny for twin baby girls so I'm constantly running around and up stairs all day. I'm not lazy ...


 my dads snoring is getting really annoying.?
my dad snores when he sleeps. he snores so loud that i can hear it from my room and our rooms are about 20 feet away. how do i get him to stop snoring.
p.s. hes got a machine thing but that ...


 albuteral helppppppppp???
my daughter is six years old and she takes albuteral sulfate when she gets asthmatic symptoms...i was told that he albuteral solution is not a form of steroid....but my best friend just told me that ...


 my dad sometimes stops breathing in his sleep. helpp!?
okay so my dad snores really loud. so sometimes at night ill hear him stop. then like a minute later he'll gasp for air then snore again. its a constant thing each night. im really nervous this ...


 Constantly producing phlegm - No cough or cold?
For the past 2 months, i seem to have been constantly producing phlegm which i am forced to swallow (what feels like) constantly throughout the day - I dont have any sort of cough, and the phlegm ...


 Throat symptoms, but can't visit doctor now?
I am looking for common alternative relief, as my passive doctor's office is all booked and cannot see me until next week.

Since I've had a cold of some form 4 weeks ago, I'...


 Terrible coughing fits when sick?
I keep getting woken up when I try to sleep with terrible, harsh coughing fits that eventually make me feel like I want to throw up. I've taken some cough syrup, which lessens them slightly, but ...


 what can make throat close?
i know that allergies and asthma attack can close the throat but is there anything else?...


 i think i have swine flu...can it kill me?
the symptoms i have:
sneezing
runny nose
sort of a fever
had an headache before but after taking paretmol its gone.

just rang my gp and waiting for the callback to ...


 cough, ahsma, or possible chest infection?
About 2 years ago I had a chest infection and had to wait for nature to make me better as I can't take antibiotics, anyway, since then I have found that I keep getting coughs and my chest hurts, ...


 took my 1 year old to the emergency room and we just got home?
she was coughing bad last night and coughing up phlegmy stuff, shes getting better, weve been there all night. but she does not want to eat drink or sleep she just wants to be in my arms. are there ...



gaby c
What's the best way to help someone when they're having an anxiety attack?
Last night was the first time i've ever been around someone having an attack and i had no clue on what to do....I wanna be prepared for the next time (which hopefully won't be anytime soon)

So tips and advice would be nice.

Thank you
                      








gggg
Scream at them and tell them they 'NEED TO GET A GRIP!!!!!" and smack them around and shake them.


smayi
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just a little indigestion BABE!!!!!


Stanley Hudson
Heimlich maneuver.


BC
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Remind them that anxiety is the number two killer of people their age.


cry_wolf
Hi there, I have a friend who goes through what you were mentioning so usually what I do is try to calm them done first and foremost by simply being there for them and re-assuring the person but without overcrowding or making them overly worried. If that makes sense? Some of the things I do are:
Talk to my friend,Tell them a story to relax them by making them feel comfortable in the situation(preferably funny but nothing too much),tell them to slow their breathing down,to count to 10 slowly while breathing in and out. Among other things. It really depends on the person to be honest though,trial and error type of thing. Above all you need to stay calm,if you are relaxed and fine about the situation it will really help the person to relax.


somedude
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Tell them to breathe through their stomach. When you inhale push your stomach out and when you exhale let it come back. Tell them to do this slowly. it is much better then breathing through your chest because the ribcage puts a lot of pressure on the lungs and is actually not helping the person, because it causes them to hyperventiliate.
Be there for them, and tell them everything is okay and that it will soonly pass.


pamela d
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just see lf you can talk them out of lt


poison_my_loli_pop
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Just take their hand and pull them to the side, preferably away from people and calm them down in a soothing tone and manner.
Remind them to take deep breaths, and try to get their heart rate down, try and get them to communicate with you reasonably, and not fixate on whatever has thrown them into the attack.

Talk about the situation that you're in, try and get them to reevaluate it, remind them that you're there with them, and that everything will be alright.

Mmm...depending on the occasion you may just have to leave, if they have severe anxiety.


ProudM
the best advice i can offer is to ask that person now what you can do if it happens again. it's scarey, so knowing now is a good idea. take care.


Song1964
A person who is having an anxiety attack is probably saying that they are having a hard time breathing. This is why you are asking this question under the Respiratory section. What you need to realize that if someone says that they are having a hard time breathing, even if all of their vital signs are good, they are having a hard time breathing because that is what they think. Do they have anti anxiey drugs to take? Do what they need sit there hold their hand and talk softly to them. Do not tell them to relax or calm down...they already know that. Just be there for them and have them take their meds.


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