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Anxious Rate Throw Up
Cortisol surge: In the morning there is a cortisol surge that is associated with higher heart rate and blood pressure in the mornings... This does not mean that this increase in heart rate and blood pressure is supposed to sustain throughout the day. Talk to your doctor if you are concerned... Especially if the heart rate stays above 100 for an extended period of time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Every night, wake up sweating, remove sheets; wake up again very anxious with obsessive fears; finally at ~9 AM, wake up feeling normal.
You need medical che: There is good treatment available as medicines to take to control your anxiety and help you sleep better. You can ask your PCP for help or to refer you to a psychiatrist . The underlying cause also needs to be sorted out. Counseling/ CBT(Cognitive, behavioral Therapy) will also help you to get over this problem. But seek help now before this becomes a more serious problem. ...Read more
Wake up 1-2 times every night about an hour after falling asleep with my heart racing 140 and feeling panicked. Ekg-echo-sleepstudy normal. Ideas?
Why do my anxiety attacks seem to flare up everytime my sleep schedule gets messed up. Stomach hurts throat feels agitated heart races every time.
Talk to your doctor: Everyone's tolerance to changes in lifestyle including schedule is different. It does seem you are having some anxiety. Talk to your doctor or your psychologist or psychiatrist. Sometimes a willing set of ears is all you need, sometimes more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last night when laying down to sleep I felt SOB but fell asleep, then woke up 30mins later very SOB and fast heart rate. Why? I'm 23 weeks preg.
Can be normal : Shortness of breath can be normal during pregnancy due to a combination of hormones and upward pressure on the diaphragm from the growing uterus. However, things like blood clots that travel to the lungs are also more common in pregnancy. Your symptoms warrant evaluation by a medical professional who can check your vital signs and probably provide reassurance. ...Read more
Woke up with racing heartbeat, escalated to tightness in chest, panic, body shivers. Racing heartbeat at night happened a few times. Anxiety or ??
Medical Work Up 1st: 1st, see primary care doc 2 rule out any medical conditions causing your symptoms. If the doc calls this a panic attack (your brain is misinterpreting bodily sensations associated w fight-or-flight response), get referral 2 psychologist who is anxiety specialist & uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy + Exposure Therapy. Read: http://www.anxietybc.com/self-help/self-help-strategies-panic-disorder ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Busy day, ate greasy chipsfor dinner got really tired felt nauseous threw up chips, felt better woke up with racing pulse rate and lots of phlegm?
Dizzy and off balanced during the day, at nighy, dizzy wake up every couple of minutes feeling anxious, dizzy, like I'm dyin heart isn't racing though?
Should i C a cardiologist if I'm waking up with a rapid heart beat ? I'm noticing when i wake up my heart beats faster N when i wake up it slows down
See someone: See a cardiologist or a primary care physician. They can place a 24 hour holter monitor, a device that records your heart beat mechanism for 24 hours. In this manner you can ascertain whether or not you are having an arrhythmia (or in other words abnormal heart rhythm).. Its all guesswork until you do this. ...Read more
Probably 'begnin': The electrical system of the heart sends regular pulses to the heart muscle to signal it to contract. Many things can disturb this natural rhythm eg electrolyte abnormalities (low potassium or magnesium), excessive stimulants eg caffeine, alcohol, nasal decongestants, certain asociated conditions such as mvp (mitral valve prolapse), anxiety, hormonal fluctuations, dreams etc. ...Read more
Going to sleep waking up feeling like my heart skipped a beat many times a night waking up scared did EKG test and xrays if felt like i stop breath?
Two options: First i think you may well be served quickly by getting in to the sleep clinic to monitor you while you sleep. Your family doctor can assist with this. Or, you can have a twenty-four hour monitoring if your heart rhythm to see what kind of arrhythmia a you may be dealing with. ...Read more
Fainted once while jogging. Specialists done tests - nothing wrong. Recently ran and when feel heart rate up and dizzy. Feared fainting. Panic attack?
Exertional Syncopy: Biggest concern is to rule out a heart rate and rhythm issue and to evaluate for the most common cause of sudden death in athletes in the us, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. First rule these out with an ekg, holter monitor and heart echo. Other issues can involve hydration, electrolytes, sugar, or autonomic nerve problems which can effect your blood pressure and nutritional delivery to the brain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Palpitations occurring had panic attack yday head goes numb couple seconds heart rate slows when walking up stairs to worryingly slow bps chest pains?
Confusing: I know you're limited in the number of characters you can type, but your question is very confusing to me. (maybe it's my american english?) :) for your palpitations: there are many causes/kinds. You need a 24 hour holter recording to see what's actually happening. ...Read more
Racing heart when laying down body feels heavy woke up drenched in sweat every time I was close to sleep I would twitch nd jump up walking weird ?
Rapid Heart Beat: Brittany, this needs to be evaluated with an EKG today. Please go to you Family Doctor or ER today. This has the possibility of being very significant. ...Read more
When flying i feel extremely fatigued upon take off and immediately fall asleep and wake up about 15 minutes later with a frightening bolt heart racin?
At night, will get waken up in a "start", feeling of can't catch breathe, heart beats faster. Sometimes sweaty. Anxiety, panic, sleep apnea?
Chemical mattress?: Dr. Fowler's advice about sleep study is good. Also I see you have a history of allergies. I have seen similar symptoms result from exposure to off-gassed chemicals from memory foam mattresses. If that's what you're sleeping on, try sleeping on the couch for a week to see if symptoms remit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer