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Dr. Peter Ihle
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Palpitation (Definition)

Palpitations are an awareness of extra heartbeats which most of us have. The sensation can be single or multiple and can sometimes last minutes. Different people may feel other symptoms along with them such as dizzy, lightheaded or short of breath. The palpitations are almost always atrial or ventricular premature beats. Usually benign but they are also ...Read more


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What to do if heart palpitations with adrenaline?

What to do if heart palpitations with adrenaline?

How do you know?: Not sure how you know this. Did you take adrenaline? Stress can elevate adrenaline levels and cause palpitations ...Read more

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Heart palpitations with adrenaline, should I be concerned?

Heart palpitations with adrenaline, should I be concerned?

Not yet: The sensation of palpitations oftentimes can mean a number of things. Usually in healthy persons it can mean your blood pressure rises and you feel your pulse. Other occasions it can represent an increase in your heart rate. This is abnormal only if heart rates or blood pressures become severely elevated. Monitor your symptoms and see a doctor. They can help identify a problem if it exists. ...Read more

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Whenever I'm tired or had a bit of caffeine I feel heart palpitations as if there's an adrenaline rush. I'm only 24 so I fear i have heart problems al?

Whenever I'm tired or had a bit of caffeine I feel heart palpitations as if there's an adrenaline rush. I'm only 24 so I fear i have heart problems al?

See your doctor : You may want to see your doctor for an evaluation. Talk to your doctor about your concerns. Your doctor can obtain a history and check your heart. This may alleviate your anxiety or fears. You may also want to avoid the use of caffeine. Also, if you smoke, talk to your doctor about quitting. Best wishes! ...Read more

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What should a doctor consider before giving a patient metoprolol for heart palpitations due to too much adrenaline?

An endocrinologist: B"sd It is essential to define the nature and source of the excess "adrenaline", which usually refers to normetanephrine (NE) and less commonly but much more dangerous epinephrine (E). Metoprolol is a selective beta blocker which can counter the effects of excess NE. However, E is both beta and alpha. In conditions of E excess metoprolol can result in paradoxical severe hypertension emergency ...Read more

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What could be the possible cause of heart palpitations?

What could be the possible cause of heart palpitations?

If indeed your: Heart that is palpitating, there are a number of dysrhythmias both benign and dangerous that could be the cause. Would be best to see your doctor for an ekg and if needed a holter monitor. ...Read more

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Could soy cause heart palpitations?

Could soy cause heart palpitations?

I suspect not: I know of nothing in the medical literature that says soy causes palpitations. There is some evidence that soy can help some menopausal women with palpitations. ...Read more

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Could msg cause heart palpitations?

Could msg cause heart palpitations?

MSG: Monosodium glutamate (msg) is an fda approved flavor enhancer- added to chinese food, canned products ; processed foods. Adverse symptoms r noted but none have a definitive link. These r usually mild -not requiring rx - just avoid food w/ msg. Symptoms are: ha, nausea cp, diaphoresis palpitations, facial pain/numbness generalized weakness. ...Read more

Dr. Jerome Zacks
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Palpitations (Definition)

Heart palpitations are a clinical finding in which a person feels his heart beating strongly, feels his heart beating fast, or both. This can occur with anxiety disorders or heart conditions including ...Read more


Dr. Patricia Foster
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Adrenaline (Definition)

Adrenalin(e) / Epinephrine is the hormone produced by the adrenal medulla that speeds and strengths the heart, dilates the airways, and shifts blood flow to the muscles. Often this is in response ...Read more