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Hello all, so long story short throughout my life I have stifled my sneezes, and I’ve been able to sneeze fine even though on some occasions I would wait until my body would readjust to sneezing automatically and it took some time, but now for the past year I accidentally stifled a sneeze and I cannot sneeze anymore. I get the tickling sensation but I can never sneeze automatically, I have to like manually get myself to and I don’t like it it’s very annoying. Recently especially, I feel tension in my ears, head, and chest. You can see my heart visibly beat, I am very petite though, I feel my heart beating in other parts of my body too like my fingertips, feet, etc. and throughout my body & throughout the day, I’ll have vibrating sensations that last for a few seconds then go away. My entire body is shaking, twitching, and spasming. I also noticed briefly for a few days last week that I had yellow spots on my arm, which I have never had before. I lead a very healthy lifestyle with every day exercise, a healthy diet, and I am beginning to get more sleep. I am also convinced this has gotten in the way of my sleep because it may unconsciously be keeping me up, I don’t know. I’ve seen a few doctors about this in my lifetime regarding this matter, and they said there was nothing that could be done about it really because sneezing comes automatically. Additionally, I have year round allergies. What should I do? I’m at a loss. Thank you so much!


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replied February 21st, 2018
Allergies Answer A63226
Hello and welcome to EHF !

I went through your query and i believe this is your palpitation and indicates anxiety. Stopping sneezing is not wise however trying your best with home remedies and antihistamines is the treatment of choice. Consult your doctor and let them decide what is best for you.

Take care.


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