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What Is The Best Treatment For Heart Palpitations
Heart flutters: Heart palpitations could be caused by a physical or mental condition. You should get checked out by your local physician. If there is nothing wrong with your heart, you may be having panic attacks, for which there is effective treatment available. But first, don't take any chances with your heart. See a dr. ...Read more
Palpitations is the symptom, not the diagnosis. They are the 'abnormal awareness of the beating heart'. This can include the heart going to fast, too slow, too hard, irregularly, skipping a beat. The causes are varied eg electrical problems (both sinister and not sinister), extra beats (mostly harmless), anxiety, thyroid problem. If persistent or worrying then get checked for ...Read more
I have pain in left artery in neck, have had problems with heart palpitations also and feeling dizzy. What is causing this & any treatment available?
Palpitation treat: Treatments include not using caffeine, alcohol, street drugs, smoking and other stimulant substances. Try to learn meditation and other calming techniques, cut out herbal substances, cough and cold medicines, nutritional supplements, see your doctor to be sure no direct heart problem and for treatment if the basics above don't help. ...Read more
I've had vertigo for the past 2 hours, very nauseous and heart palpitations. I am worried because I can't stand up or lay down?
ER: With the severity of your symptoms I would go to the ER for evaluation. ...Read more
I don't know if im having a heart palpitations or not because im constantly aware of my heartbeat. I also have anxiety so anxiety symptoms mimic hd?
Was having heart palpitations and nurse said very low magnesium then said I didn't have an electrolyte imbalance. Isn't low magnesium an imbalance?
I have been having to heart palpitations that make me cough ill lose breath for a second and after I cough ill be back to normal. I don't smoke drink?
Most likely: Premature atrial or ventricular contractions which are common but could also be arrhythmia. ..May want to discuss with your physician if troublesome. ...Read more
I usually get heart palpitations normally and tests say my heart is "perfectly normal"i don't see how but anyway why do they get worse in cold weather?
Experiencing what I believe are heart palpitations. I didn't vigorously exercise, just mildly. It flutters and hurts mostly when I walk. Is it serious?
Heart flutter: Heart flutter is from a rapidly beating heart or from arrhythmia. It is normal with even mild exercise, but should not cause chest pain if it is normal. Chest pain with heart flutter is very serious and could indicate a lack of blood flow/oxygenation to the heart muscle caused by arrhythmia and warrants an ER visit urgently. ...Read more
Palpitations: You need to discuss this with your doctor. Depending on what workup you've had, you could have many things going on. If you've had the appropriate cardiac workup and nothing is documented, you may have anxiety or else are calling something palpitations that is not a heart palpitation. People use words that may be understood differently by other people. ...Read more
Earlier I had heart palpitations then right after I had an anxiety attack now it won't go away what do I do and should I worry?
See a doctor: Anxiety or panic attacks and heart attacks can have very similar symptoms. The description of persisting symptoms is atypical for a classic panic attach, which tends to peak quicly and dissipate within 15-20 minutes or so. What you should do depends on diagnosis, which only an examination can do - with cardiac symptoms generally immediate and prompt evaluation is needed. Don't mess around c a doc. ...Read more
I never had heart palpitations till my kid was born and I suffured from stres and anxiety they thought she wasn't gonna make it its ben 3 years?
I've been feeling anxious and nervous at the office these days. I don't feel anything during the day but feel heart palpitations at bed. Need to worry?
Nighttime common: People are much more prone to feel irregularity in their heart beat at night when they're quiet and not distracted. Lying in bed is often the time and especially lying left side down. Nerve and stress are significant causes. Those are common symptoms and, if you're otherwise healthy, I wouldn't be concerned. ...Read more
Is one particular form of magnesium better for heart palpitations? I like Glycinate because it doesn't have a laxative effect. Is this good for palps?
Magnesium taurate or:
My favorite form of mag. By far is magnesium taurate. Glycinate is a good form too; both are well-absorbed but the taurine in magnesium taurate is good for heart health- see https://tinyurl. Com/hpdlzgl
It's hard to find but there's a good form from Cardiovasculat Research Ltd.
Magnesium orotate, sold as Cardo-Mag, is another good choice.
All will be effective if the cause is low magnesium! ...Read more
I started loloestrin 24 fe& got heart palpitations. Stopped taking the pill & palpitations didn't stopped. Ob and 2 gps don't believe me. Where now?
Holter time: Probably not a bad idea to get a holter which is a type of monitor to see if there are electrical problems with your heart. ...Read more
No: Haven't heard of onion palpitations. Green onions and yellow onions aren't spicy enough to create the excitement that might lead to sensations of palpitations. Eating cooked onions should be fine, just like eating other cooked vegetables. Theoretically, getting hit in the heart by a big yellow onion flying at high speed can cause a problem, similar getting hit by a baseball, so don't throw onions. ...Read more
Yes: ? If heart palpitations can cause fainting. The medical condition Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS) has associated rapid heart beat & fainting symptoms. This is an autonomic nervous system mediated disorder; sometimes associated with Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (see Brighton criteria) &/or chronic pain. People with POTS often have lightheadeedness upon standing up too fast. ...Read more
Depends on cause!:
Regular exercise decreases circulating catecholamines, which increase the risk of common palpitations. But there are some types, where exercise should pose a danger. I would recommend a hoter monitor test to decide if it is a pat vs pvc!
talk to doc! ...Read more
Electrophysiology: Usually palpitations are caused by an abnormal heart rhythm. Electrophysiologists are cardiologists that specialize in this field. There are many different types of arrhythmias, some of which are benign and some require further evaluation. ...Read more
Awareness: The specific definition of palpitations is feeling your heart beat - which in general is good :-) it can range from feeling the pulse when in a quiet room - to actual abnormal beats - extra beats from a sensitive spot - to extra circuits conducting beats, or the top part of the heart going out of rhythm and beating chaotically - depends on what is going on as to the cause ...Read more
Tough to say...: There are certain rhythm problems that only come on with exertion. Palpitations however, are an unnatural awareness of your heartbeat, so even being severely deconditioned can do it. I'd find a cardiologist or cardiac electrophysiologist and have them run you on a treadmill while wearing ekg. If that doesn't work, we'd get you an "event monitor" to record the palpitations. ...Read more
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