Re: Weird head sensations now chest aches!!!!!!!!
If there is any way you can afford to see a doctor, then do it. Only because you sound as if you have a few potential health risks, and could do with a going-over. As to the head stuff, it could be that your teeth are causing this, maybe you are clenching your jaw in your sleep. That can give you pains like you have. But, at the very least, can you go somewhere they can check your blood pressure, heart rate, etc? Those things need monitoring regularly. Cheers, Sera