Hi I am Nick. I'm 26. About a month ago now, I started getting really bad tremors anytime I would strain my arms or legs. Basically, if I did a push up/sit up I would tremble, while laying on my back, I would push up with my elbows and tremble. Sometimes even when I would turn my head to the sides or yawn I would tremble. I also feel cloudy pretty much all day and my vision seems to get a little blurry at times (although it may be my contacts). For awhile I would randomly feel a little nauseated but that went away. Lately now, I've got the odd pins n needles sensation here and there and sometimes numbness with my arms, hands and feet. I went to a primary doctor and she checked my vitals, checked my medical history (various blood tests), checked my nerves reaction, had me walk/balance, etc. Everything to her seemed fine. She told me to stop smoking and start exercising. So for the last couple of weeks, I have cut back on smoking significantly and have also been swimming and doing push up/sit ups. I don't really feel like anything has improved.
It was probably a few weeks prior to experiencing these issues that I was having chest pains and the doctor told me it was probably stress, after some time, those pains went away. I then hurt my back/upper neck a week after that, went to the doctor and he said it was a pulled muscle. He gave me some medicine for the pain and inflammation and the pain and everything went away. A few weeks after that I started experiencing the problems above. I will admit, I have been under a lot of stress lately with my job and even my personal life. Probably more than I ever have before. These recent issues are very bothersome and I just don't feel 100% healthy. About 7 or 8 years ago I hit my head pretty hard but the doctor said it was nothing major. Since then I would have neck pains on occasion and int he last 6 months or so, I would often wake up with a painful neck/upper back. Could a pinched nerve cause all of this? I plan to go back to the doctor next week but I was wondering if anybody had any ideas/opinion's on what may be going on. Thank You!!!
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