Can stomach problems affect your heart rate?

Yes. Thes stomach and heart share common nervous system inervation. This can cause people with a heart problem to think its their stomach giving there problems and dont seek help right away. Other people eat something bad and end up in er with chest pain.

Related Questions

I feel like my heart rate is racing but its not. And at the same time my stomach is nauseated?

See your MD. Without more information, racing heart rate maybe anxiety related, plus so many other possibilities. When does this occur? The nausea may be secondary to anxiety. If there is pain radiating to a part of your body is another issue as well. Read more...

I have a lot of anxiety and have noticed fluttering in my upper abdomen area. My heart rate is always the same. Could this be from anxiety?

Fluttering in the. trunk of the body needs to be examined by your doctor. It MAY be from anxiety but he/she can rule out other possibilities and then you will know how to deal w/it better. Peace and good health. Read more...

I can always feel my heart beating in my stomach and cheat even when it's a low heart rate is it cause I'm focused on it due to anxiety? All I think

Anxiety. These are symptoms of anxiety. At age 24, stresses of relationships, separation, education, work, finances, and unresolved conflicts contribute to anxiety. Anxiety is treatable with very good success. Please see a Therapist. Read more...

I had an americano and when I was on the bus, my heart rate ws rapid and I had a warming feeling in my chest. My stomach was irritated also. Common?

Caffeine reaction. Even though you may have had an americano under the exact same set if circumstances before this particular time it sounds like your body reacted to caffeine stimulus. Try it again under different circumstances, say empty stomach, full stomach, double or triple shot, decaf, etc. If you're reacting more and more then you're becoming sensitive to caffeine effects. Read more...

Urgent I am lying on my stomach and my heart rate is 80 and somewhat of breathing shallowly with mild chest pain?

Time to see doctor. A person with "urgent" and "mild chest pain" in the same sentence should see the doctor. If her own doctor is not immediately available for help, the wisest thing to do is to be seen at the er. The paramedics have oxygen, medications, and can do an ekg. The er doctor can evaluate for a possible heart problem. Even if not a serious heart problem, the er usually can provide diagnosis and treatment. Read more...