What to do if I am having severe heart palpitations- but hospital can't find anything wrong?

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.

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I am having severe heart palpitations mostly when I work a lot or do not get to sleep at night. After any physical activity I get drained?

NEED MONITORING. Palpitations can be a benign effect of poor conditioning or panic/anxiety, worsened by caffeine and other stimulants. They can also be due to an abnormal heart rhythm which needs to be evaluated with an ekg and monitoring, a holter monitor or longer term telemetry. A stress test is helpful in the evaluation. See a cardiologist. Read more...

Having crazy heart palpitations don't know what is wrong?

Calm down. Palpitations are the sensation of a heavy heartbeat which follows a skipped or early heartbeat. These are often triggered by stimulants, which can include caffeine, nicotine, theophylline (in tea and chocolate) and adrenaline. So quit smoking, cut the coffee and tea, and get some sleep. Palpitations usually aren't dangerous. If you have symptoms like chest pain or dizziness see a doctor. Read more...
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...

How severe can heart palpitations be for a woman going through menopausal changes?

Different. Menopause is different for every woman. Many woman have to get help due to palpitations and other problems. This is when you need a trusted physician. Read more...

Experiencing heart palpitations followed shakes. What could be wrong with me?

Many things. Without a full h&p its not realistic for me to make a dx. Palps may be a fast rythm that doesnt alow for proper filling and emptying of the heart. This could cause the faint feeling . U may have orthostatic hypotension where the blood pressure drops , heart tries to compensate by going fast.Usually resolves with lying down. Need a full h&;p .Full set of labs , holter, echo, and poss tilt table test. Read more...

How severe are heart palpitations for a woman going through menopause?

Menopause effects. Hormonal imbalances at menopause may cause retention of fluid i the body, and that together with Progesterone effects (such as hot flashes) may speed up heart rate giving a subjective sensation of palpitations. However, it is important to know if an arrhythmia (abnormal or irregular heart beat) is present, or just normal rhythm being a bit fast. A few simple tests will put your mind at ease.... Read more...
Mostly just nuisance. It is extremely common for peri-menopausal women to develop heart palpitations. The overwhelming majority of these cases represent heart rhythms that are in no way dangerous, but can be uncomfortable and even sometimes intolerable due to the sensation of racing or fluttering pulse. The "severity" generally relates not to health risks, but to how much it interferes with your life. Read more...