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Does Being Very Nervous Effect Your Ekg
Electrocardiogram (ecg, ekg) is a print-out of the electrical forces detected by electrodes on the chest wall, as electricity travels through the heart with each heart beat. The electrodes are placed in different positions, and each position "sees" the electrical activity of the heart from its own vantage point. Abnormalities in signal detected at chest surface ...Read more
BP while waiting interview was 150/95 I was very nervous is this normal? Could it harm me or spike too high and kill me? Rest BP 120-130/80 110/70
No harm: blood pressure is variable throughout the day if you check your blood pressure 10 times, you may have 10 different values. it is important that over the long-term . short-term Spike will cause no harm , it is important to make sure your blood pressure is checked at regular doctor visits as it can be the silent killer if not controlled over long periods of time ...Read more
Isn't your vagus nerve connected to your heart rhythm? If so how are pvcs not exaggerated by GI problems since the v nerve is being irritated?
It could, but: Pvc's are sometimes encouraged when the intrinsic rhythm of the heart is slowed down, this is known as parasympathetic overstimulation which would actually be mediated by the vagus nerve. So, if one is prone to having bradycardia-induced pvc's, overstimulation of the vagus can lead to pvc's, this would typically accompany nausea and possibly vomitting. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If heart rate drops to 40 resting because some overactivity in nervous system or something but nothing wrong with heart is it dangerous?
I'm getting an exercise ecg done and was wondering if being unfit and nervous will affect results negatively and look abnormal?
ECG: The professionals administering and interpreting the tests will take all of that into consideration. Feel free to tell them about your concerns. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can anxiety cause prominent brain ventricles? And does it mess up your heart. I've always had high heart rate.
No and no: No, anxiety does not cause prominent brain ventricles. It can increase your heart rate, but it doesn't "mess up" your heart. Some people with anxiety attacks have been found to have mitral valve prolapse (mvp), but this does not come from anxiety. Mvp usually causes no symptoms or hemodynamic problems unless severe -- in which case, a cardiologist would be helping you. ...Read more
Is it normal to feel your heart "flutter" when lying down? The heart rate is steady . I am otherwise healthy and not experiencing anxiety.
Yes: All adults feel this sometime. It isn't a disease. If it happens frequently enough to disturb you, testing can be done to reassure you. ...Read more
Heart fibrillation & REM sleep behaviour disorder. melatonin will help with RBD but will it have a side effect on heart condition(also has low BP)?
Not sure: It isn't clear if the patient has tried melatonin for a REM sleep disorder or not...if you are asking whether melatonin has potential heart effects, it certainly can. Nonetheless, without more specifics, it is difficult at best to speculate. Suggest the patient's local doctor be consulted in order to assess both the REM sleep disorder, the heart issues, and use of this or other medications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am always checking my pulse can checking it so often actually create anxiety and make you nervous? I take 50mg of atenolol heart rate usually 65-78
In what ways do Adderal and Buspar (buspirone) effect your heart generally and how do they effect your heart with exercise (is it safe)?
Yes: Increases in diastolic pressure and systolic pressure occur during periods of anxiety, as anxiety is tied to stress hormones that increase pressure within the cariocascular system. Increases in blood pressure on account of anxiety due to a medical encounters is referred to as white coat syndrome. ...Read more
Can mirtazapine (remeron) give you side effects that can actually trigger a panic attack? Ex: skipped heart beats, shakiness and feeling weak? :(
Is there a such thing as your heart beating too fast? Can it kill you? I'm taking this drug that makes my heart beat crazy fast. And I am worried.
ItCan'Creep'UpOnYou: Only during a drunken brawl or while running away from the police.But not usually.Alcohol's a sedative and should mellow people out but, as we all know,it can go the other way too due to its dis-inhibitory effects so maybe that's your reaction on a small scale.You have mixed drinks?Maybe something in them.Or maybe it's the creep staring at you from the dance floor.Also,alcohol can dehydrate you. ...Read more
Went for EKG check due to palpitations worry. Report said "all systems reviewed and negative" as well as "tad, pe, and CAD risk none" does that mean palpitations not dangerous?
Not necessariy: An ekg tells you mainly the electrical activity of the heart. You may need to have an echocardiogram to check for mitral valve prolapse and perhaps some blood tests to check for overactive thyroid as would be anxiety. A cardiology consult may be worthwhile if your family doctor cannot find the cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you have a slow hr and dizzy and headache. Does that mean heart is not pumping enough blood to brain? How long before this becomes dangerous?
Bradycardia: This is only one of a series of possibilities. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Can being born with a heart murmur that is considered normal with time, affect how beta blockers like atelonol and bystolic (nebivolol) affect your heart rythym?
No: It is unlikely that a "functional/innocent" murmur you are describing will affect your response to beta blockers. Every patient responds to new medications differently, so whatever response you are having is not likely from the previous murmur. ...Read more
Heart rate and strenght of the beats changes dramatically according to my breathing. Is this normal? (16 yo and not very sporty but also not unhealty)
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