heaviness in my head especially during sleeping & heat coming out of face accompanied by high bp

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i am a 22 year old male, an inactive guy & computer freak, who used to eat junk food. my thyroid reports were normal & blood reports were normal too, just a little bit more cholrestrol but every doctor said its due to stress just because my reports were normal but i have no stress at all !!!!! i still have following problems & don't know exactly what my problem is .

SYMPTOMS:-

1.Pressure in forehead like a vice grip all the time

2.. I have had shortness of breathe and dizziness. Fast heart beating. also minor heaches and could not sleep. my nose was dry.

3..My Bp is quite high sometimes its 130-85, 140-90 & even 140-100

4. A heat sensation at times, sometimes in my hands. i felt better when i was standing up, as soon as i laid down, i would feel pressure especially when i laid on my sides, i had to sleep on my back to breathe good and to not feel my side of my head numb up or my face heat up. Now i can sleep on my stomach i just feel a heaviness on my forehead and heat sensation

5. My eyes always feel tired

6. Heaviness in head becomes too much when i bend & my head is down, i feel the blood going through the nerves of the sides of my forehead

please help me, i am really upset now

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    If u believe in bach flower remedies then u can try this combination. 1. Crab Apple. 2. Olive. 3. Whitechestnut. 4. Impatience. Of course it is not a substitute for regular medication. If u doubt then pl. Dont take it.
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