Heat stroke and long term

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So I believe to have had a heat stroke during a music festival in the summer. All the symptoms relate to it or heat exhaustion but I lead more to heat stroke because I stopped sweating and feeling cold and heart rate was racing. But when I started feeling OFF it felt like a panic attack . But yea I wanted to know if anyone knew of long term effects for heat stroke or heat related illness ? I'm currently stuck with anxiety and DP/DR after that. Wanted to know what long term effects I might experience or should I get tested. I did an MRI about a month ago and doctor said everything was fine with my brain so I shouldn't expect that the heat stroke did brain damage right ?

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    right!
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    My partner had really bad heatstroke years ago, but he was older and had high bp, I asked if there would be any lasting effects and they said no, so who told you it cause problems much later? If u had MRI and it was good I can't see there's any residual problems, it sounds like some of your symptoms now could be panic/anxiety related.

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      Honestly I was on the internet checking to see how long before I can work out intense again and it popped out in the article how it could have long lasting effects or even death after a couple months so it just got me scared TBH rolleyes probably over thought it but when your anxiety grabs a hold on a thought it's hard to let go.

      And out of nowhere I get minor symptoms where my right hand starts shaking on stop or my right side of my face hurts so it brings it back uprolleyes thanks for your reply tho it's reassuring to know !

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