Do you have any suggestions for my anxiety but not got the racing heart?

Anxiety. Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation, yoga, exercise program, deep breathing exercises or progressive muscle relaxation. See a therapist if >.

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Are there any signs or ways to tell if a random racing heart is from anxiety or not before going to dr? No other symptoms with racing heart.

Difficult to tell. If you have anxiety first and then increased heart rate, the primary issue is probably anxiety with related tachycardia. If it's the other way around, then you still need to figure out the reason for tachcardia. Hyperthyroidism and suprventricular tachycardia come to mind as possibilities. You may need a holter monitor study to track your heart rate issues. You need a doctor's help with this. Read more...

I feel a shook throughout my entire body bc of my anxiety at first it was a racing heart now just shock. Why? How to stop it? I'm scared it's dangerou

Anxiety help. Are you sure it's anxiety? Make sure you get checked out by a physician. If you've had it checked out by a physician ask for a referral for some therapy. There are lots of ways to manage anxiety and panic and you can work with a therapist to figure out the way that is best for you. Some tried and true techniques for help in these areas are yoga and meditation. Good luck and best wishes. Read more...

Is it possible to have an anxiety attack without a racing heart?

Yes. A panic attack is time of intense fear that triggers physical reactions when there is no real danger. The physical reactions can include a sense of impending doom, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath, rapid respirations, hot flashes, chills, gastrointestinal symptoms, headache, dizziness, weakness, difficulty swallowing. Rapid heartbeat can occur but it's not required . Read more...

Is it anxiety when you wake up with a racing heart, shaking, dry reaching and just feeling of being all churned up?

It could be. See you doctor to rule out physical causes. If there are none, then see a psychiatrist and a therapist to get your symptoms under control. Read more...
Could be! It's certainly possible, and is worth checking with your family physician or internist. If he or she then recommends you follow up with a consultation with a psychiatrist, i would do so. The need for a thorough medical exam is why these symptoms need to be fully evaluated by your physician first. They may be symptoms of other conditions entirely. Read more...
Possibly. That may well be anxiety/ panic from a nightmare. The only way to know for sure (vice a medical issue) is with a sleep study. This would require consultation with a sleep medicine specialist. Read more...

What can I do to reduce my anxiety at night and calm my racing heart so I can get back to sleep?

Get a sleep study. Please see a sleep md. You are experiencing a classic reaction to your body not breathing. It is called sleep apnea and is very serious. Read more...
I would go see. Dr. Nabeel farah, md sleep medicine consultants of north texas 8220 walnut hill lane #101 dallas, tx 75231 214 739-1200. Read more...
Anti-anxiety meds. Have you tried any sleeping or anti anxiety medications? You may want to ask your doctor if you are a candidate for these medications. There are some natural agents which may help sleeping ...Particularly valerian root and melatonin. Tart cherry juice is supposed to have high levels of melatonin. Read more...

How do you know if heart flutters followed by racing heart for a few minutes is due to anxiety?

Heart flutter. It can be due to anxiety, but can also be due to thyroid disease, electrolyte abnormalities, or an underlying abnormal heart rhythms so would followup with doc/ cardiologist for EKG. holter, echocardiogram. Read more...

Is 25mg of atenolol daily on a split dose strong enough for racing heart due to anxiety 95-110bpm. I feel like I need a little more.

Light dose. That is a very light dose, as the usual adult dose is 50-100 mg. If you are still having tachycardia, talk to your prescribing provider about gradually trying a higher dose. Your blood pressure and heart rate will need to be monitored with any dose change. Read more...