Been diagnosed with innapropriate sinus tachycardia, had every test done to rule anything else out, want to know why me no family history of heart?

May be. The autonomic nervous system that is at fault. This system is divided into two channels. E.G. The heart is accelerated by the sympathetic branch and slowed down by the other parasympathetic branch. This kind of imbalance can be initiated by poor diet especially simple carbos.

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Tachycardia. Did the cardiologist state what type of tachycardia the rhythm of 180 beats per minute was? Supraventricular or ventricular and how long these tachyarrhythmias lasted?Anxiety usually doesn't cause the heart to beat at 180/min. Checking for hyperthyroidism and for a pheochromocytoma would be advisable before attributing these episodes to anxiety reactions panic attacks. ?See an endocrinologist. Read more...
Tachycardia . I recommend you to see an electrophysiologist , you maybe having inappropriate sinus tachycardia, focal atrial tachycardia besides possibility of normal rhythm acceleration. You can consult me also if you have ECG Holter echo results ..www.healthtap.com/volkantuzcu . Read more...

Been diagnosed with innapropriate sinus tachycardia, I had real bad pain in heart other day I couldn't breath in properly and my lips went blue?

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I have innapropriate sinus tachycardia, my pupils are different sizes is this related to this heart condition?

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