Why do I shiver and feel very cold when I get very angry or upset, my heart beats fast also?

Nrml physio reaction. Itd normal physio reaction with high Epinephrine hormone release. We built this response during millions of years of evolution.

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When my boyfirend gets stressed out or upset he tends to get shakey and dizzy and his heart beats fast. What could be the cause of this?

Panic attack. Sounds like it could be a panic attack. Best to see your doctor for some help. Read more...
May be hyper-normal. Could be a normal response in him because of high adrenaline levels which makes people shaky and have palpitations. He should also work on relaxation and getting less upset. Also he should check with his doctor. Read more...

I'm having a problem it the bedroom. My fiancé does everything to get my going but I feel I am not focusing and My heart beats fast.

Marriage anxiety? Usually these problems are psychological. Anxiety is often the culprit. Approaching something as important as marriage can certainly cause anxiety. Often people aren't even aware of anxiety. Talking out what's going through your mind might help by identifying what might be troubling you. Your fiancee, best friend, pastor or a counselor might be able to help you talk. Read more...

I get quick bouts of anxiety for like 1 minute. Heart beats fast then calms down. Is this normal? I think its stress.

Anxiety is ONE. possibility. Please see your doc. He/she can diagnose or rule out medical conditions. They you can get some counseling to deal w/anxiety. Peace and good health. Read more...

I have irregular heart beat but Mid sentence my heart was almost twitching. It felt like shivering fast beats. What kind of irregular beats is that?

Extra beats. probably a common condition known as symptomatic PVCs or PACs. These are extra beats that reset the cardiac cycle and as such have with them a "compensatory pause". The associated symptoms of palpitations and brief breathlessness can be unnerving to some people. If continue to bother go get bloodwork and a 24 hour Holter (device you wear for 24 hours to assess heart rhythm. Any primary care can do. Read more...