Could panic attacks cause broken heart syndrome?

I's not sure. What you mean by broken heart syndrome. It sounds like someone being upset about the end of a relationship. I doubt that it has anything to do with panic attacks.

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Can constant anxiety and panic attacks cause broken heart syndrome in a 19 year old?

Yes. Don't let it. It's possible but it's probably avoidable w/ good psychotherapy and perhaps medication. If it happens, it's treated much like a heart attack by the ER and you'd probably be admitted for treatment. With a basically healthy heart, you'd likely heal well. Read: http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/broken-heart-syndrome/basics/definition/con-20034635 Seek Tx! Read more...

Can broken heart syndrome occur from panic attacks/daily anxiety?

Broken Heart. Exact cause unknown, but some triggers are intense physical or emotional event, such as news of unexpected death of close person, natural disasters, diagnosis with terminal illness, losing job, asthma attack, medications such as some antidepressants or thyroid medication. Read more...

Symptoms: heart sinking, nrrvousness anxiety loss of gocus panic attacks depression restless leg syndrome psychosomatic pain anger. Meds advice.

See a psychiatrist. This is a complex problem, and you need a good evaluation before any medications are prescribed. Please see an experienced psychiatrist for this evaluation, and allow him or her to make treatment suggestions for you. Read more...
Not just meds. I would be wary of anyone who gave medication advice online without an evaluation to determine what is causing your problems. There are meds to help restless leg syndrome. As for anxiety and depression, don't fall into the trap of thinking that medication is the answer. Psychotherapy may be more helpful in the long run, or (depending on your symptoms) therapy + meds. Meds alone is not optimal care. Read more...

Can panic attacks cause problems to the heart?

Panic attacks/heart. Panic attacks make you feel like you're having an heart attack but they don't actually cause damage to the heart. Very rarely, some kinds of cardiac problems can cause panic attacks. However, most panic attacks are simply the fight or flight response going out of control. Psychologists can treat panic attacks successfully 90% of the time in less than 10 sessions. There's no reason to suffer. Read more...

I have anxiety/panic attacks I've been to see a heart specialist he says he can hear a murmer on my heart could this be the cause.

No. Absolutely not. There's no relationship between a murmur from any cause and panic attacks. Moreover, many murmurs are innocent. If you want to know the cause of your murmur, ask for an echocardiogram. Since it apparently wasn't spontaneously offered to you, you may discover that it is entirely incidental and of no consequence. Read more...