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Does An Arrhythmia Usually Make You Feel Short Of Breath And Tired
Abnormal heart rhythm is a condition in which a person has an abnormal heartbeat pattern, as detected by an EKG (electrocardiogram) of the heart. Some abnormal rhythms run in families (hereditary abnormal rhythms). Some abnormal rhythms are not dangerous, while others can cause ...Read more
Different mechanism: Shortness of breath is a sensation and not always correlated to cardiac or lung function. Adrenaline works briefly on dilating the airways and is not enough to help people in an asthma attack. The shortness of breath sensation from adrenaline (for some people) is more from anxiety and/or hyperventilation. ...Read more
What can cause my heart to beat hard most of the time? It doesn't usually get quicker. Not anxious or panic related. BP ok dizzy and breathless someti
See a FOC: You might need evaluation by a cardiologist first with echocardiogram to check the structure of your heart and the valve and the contractility of your heart.if that is OK You need a holster monitor for 48 hours to rule out any possible arrhythmia a and to see what was your rhythm when you recorded in your notes you had experience these symptoms. A cardiologist will do that.iTHAT CLEAR THE HEART ...Read more
How can you tell the difference in symptoms of a heart attack & asthma when you feel tightness in your chest and you just feel bad anyway? Very tired.
Can't always: Associated symptoms vary with heart attack, and wheeze may rarely be present. Usually chest pain/pressure prominent feature, but not always. Asthma needs managed to optimize it and prevent bad flares which could give confusing symptoms. For now, if in doubt, need to go to er for evaluation and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause the lung muscles to feel tired? Its not a feeling of gasping/hunger but fatigue. Also getting heart palpitations during simple chores.
Can anxiety make you feel short of breath and very achy even if you aren't anxious at the moment? Not hyperventilating or anything "attacks" help!
Yes: Yes, you can definitely feel short of breath from an underlying anxiety disorder, even if you are not completely aware of what exactly is stressing you out at the moment. You might be stressed but just not be consciously aware of it. It might be a good idea to have your doc check you out to rule out other possibilities, however. ...Read more
PSVT vs PVC vs Afib: Go see your doctor now. If s/he isn't available, go to er. Skipping beats or irregular heart beats may be noticeable to some but should never make you tired or cause shortness of breath. Those symptoms warrant immediate evaluation, especially in diabetics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Proair.. I realize it can cause jitters fast heart rate but can also make you feel weaker, tired and etc like an hour AFTER taking it?
Unusual side effect: look for another cause cause for your symptoms ...Read more
Can severe panic attacks put physical pain in your chest for days? Can it make you tired and make you short of breath for days? (2 days free of panic)
What is it when you feel weak, shaky, heart rate is up, can't stand for too long, urinating frequently, and short of breath?
Could be many: things, from simple dehydration or low blood sugar to diabetes, adrenal problems, heart problems, blood clots, etc. You need to see a doctor or walk in! Keep a record of when this happens to you, what you have eaten, what you were doing when it came on. Stay very well hydrated and don't stand up quickly. Good luck! ...Read more
Shortness of breath with excessive yawning. Feels as though I can not take a deep enough breathe to get enough oxygen. ?
Nothing: if u pay too much attention to normal reflexes this is the result. ...Read more
Causes for heart beating much faster than normal and you can feel it in your entire chest a sympton of anxiety disorder?
Is it serious to have increased heart palps ( feel like hiccups) with the resp flu? Feel jittery. Havent taken anything. No high fever. Just cough and short of breath and head cold.
Palpitations: If you are feeling palpitations then need to investigate it through ekg, holter or event monitor to rule out maliganant arrythmias. From your symptoms it appears that you have concomitant respiratory tract infection. When you have cough ity could cause diaphragmatic/phrenic nerve irritation. It could cause hiccouphs. As you are c/o cough and shortness of breath, head congestion seek medical help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a high hr 90-120 all the × make you feel exhausted, and just want to sleep alot, it veries so × not as bad feel ill can sleep 14hrs an still run dow?
High heart rate: It is not good to have high heart rate on permanent basis. Normal heart rate ranges between 60-100. If you have been having your heart rate out of this rang, please see your pcp to get an ekg and thyroid check up to rule out cardiac arrythmia. Your pcp may refer you to a cardiologist depending on your ekg and his clinical evaluation after blood work up. ...Read more
Can you have a panic attack and get lightheaded, flushed when not feeling stressed or anxious? Can the feeling last all day? With sob too.
Have the feeling i need to take a deep breath once in awhile and sometimes like i'm not getting enough air is this an effect of Buspar (buspirone) 10mg twice day?
Not likely: The feeling of not getting enough air is a common physical symptom of anxiety. Buspar (buspirone) is a medicine used to help anxiety -- but you may need a higher dose. Please tell your physician what you're experiencing. Also, cognitive behavioral therapy can be very helpful in anxiety, especially when anxiety makes someone very worries about his health and body. A good psychologist can work with you. ...Read more
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