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What treatments are commonly prescribed when you have an irregular heart beat during sleep?

Depends. Some peope have slowing of the heart rate and this does not need any specific treatment. Others have obstructive sleep apnea increasing arrhythmias and a mask called CPAP can help. The treatment depends on the etiology. Read more...
Usually, none. Most irregular heart beats are benign, a normal variant of the inherent electrical function of heart muscle. No treatment is generally required for this type, although medications such as beta-blockers, e.g. Can be used if experiencing unsettling symptoms. Sleep apnea can be an important (often unrecognized) cause of abnormal rhythms during sleep; diagnosing this condition and treating it may help. Read more...

Can your heart beat super fast during sleep paralysis happend to me last night couldn't move talk and my heart was racing so fast. My rates normal now?

Heart beat. It can... But the more important question is why and what type of heart rhythm do you have. For that you will need to see your physician and he will probably put a heart monitor on you to check this out. Read more...
Sleep Paralysis. Sleep researchers conclude that, in most cases, sleep paralysis is simply a sign that your body is not moving smoothly through the stages of sleep. Rarely is sleep paralysis linked to deep underlying psychiatric problems. http://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/guide/sleep-paralysis#1. Read more...

Very hard heart beat especially at night, lots of twitching, shaking hands & difficulty sleeping. Should I be worried?

Not to worry. At your age, 20, it's unlikely anything serious, but since it's bothering you, ask your doctor to arrange a 24 hour heart monitor ("Holter Monitor") for you to wear so that the exact nature of your cardiac rhythm during symptoms can be discerned. Read more...