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Hi For a start, many things can contribute to anxiety and anxiety symptoms. In some cases these issues may cause anxiety directly. In other cases...
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Hi Just keep a bottle of water with you and just get into the habit of sipping as regular as you can, then things should be OK and problem solved...
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Hi If you don read through this link below you see that it is a side effect of this drug, in this link your see an FDA report.http://factmed...
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Hi Yes you do need help, this could be some kind of reaction to the drugs your on, have you ever tried coming off them to see how you can face the...
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Hi It could do if your not drinking enough, this will give you very strong urine and this does burn delicate areas.Good Luck
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Yes, dehydration can lead to fatigue. Dehydration can reduce blood volume which may cause fatigue. An easy answer would be to advise you to stay...
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Hi Take a tip if your stress levels are still high the its time to get it down before it kills you, but if you get your stress down, and I mean way...
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This isn't really a question, but you are correct.  Flat ginger ale can be good for nausea, as can ginger tea.  That's if the upset...
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Are you using amphetamines or methamphetamines? Or it could be a side effect to a medication you take. 
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Try not to drink caffeine (coffee/tea) beverages. 
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Hi Found all this on the NHS web site, it a British site and its free to boot, so read on. Dehydration can be mild, moderate or severe, depending on...
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Hi No go to your vets, they will have the right thing for it, Gaterade is for athletes.Good Luck
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You should return to the ER.
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Hi In a nut shell yes it can, best keep some water at the side of the bed and when ever you can sip water.Good Luck
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