A 27-year-old male asked:
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regarding postprandial tachycardia: 1) is there any remedy? 2) is it cause for immediate or long term concern?

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Dr. Erskine James
22 years experience Cardiology
Food diary??: Would do a food diary -- often times postprandial tachycardia is associated with high-carb meals or caffeine intake. So that would be my first step in trying to find a remedy. Long term concern is not been really studied, but the prevailing thinking is that it should not be a significant long term concern.
Answered on Jan 22, 2017
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