, please take the place of a competent medical professional in this year. If you happen to be a competent medical professional, then all the better.
Sunday morning I woke up with extremely bad chest pain (sweats, clenched teeth, writhing around in agony style). I used to get anxiety-related chest pain, but this was a total different class, this was horrendous and nothing I did could make it go away. I spent most of the day feeling utterly zonked out in bed - and I wasn't hungover or anything.
It's happened a few times before - twice after certain indulgences the night before, and once when I woke up with the worst hangover of my life. After it happened in January I went to the GP and was told that maybe I'd trapped a muscle in my sleep (even though I'd said it was the morning after I'd been snorting amphetamines), but I'm not buying that one because of the after-drugs coincidence and the sensation doesn't feel muscular at all. It's internal and weird and horrible.
So please reassure me and tell me I'm massively overreacting, or give me suggestions so that I can Google myself into a paranoid hypochondriac frenzy!