Can anxiety cause constant heart palpitations? If you feel anxious all day. Yes or no im 20

Yes! Hi Jackie, Heat palpitation is one of teh hallmarks of anxiety, along with feeling dizzy, sweating, flushed face, and feeling nautious. See a professional please for more details, an assessment and treatment.

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Can heart palpitations caused by stress/anxiety be painful or painless?

Yes. Stress and a anxiety have direct relationship to arrhythmia and subsequent palpitations(symptomatic). Other patients can have arrhythmia and remain asymptomatic. If palpitation is present, there are a series of evaluation (physical examination, history, diagnostic tests and labs), which may be necessary to rule out any serious situations. Read more...

I've been feeling anxious and nervous at the office these days. I don't feel anything during the day but feel heart palpitations at bed. Need to worry?

Nighttime common. People are much more prone to feel irregularity in their heart beat at night when they're quiet and not distracted. Lying in bed is often the time and especially lying left side down. Nerve and stress are significant causes. Those are common symptoms and, if you're otherwise healthy, i wouldn't be concerned. Read more...
Anxiety @ work. I agree with dr. Werner about the timing of heart palpitations. Also, upsets from earlier in the day may surface when you're quiet & not distracted. If very anxious at work, it's a cue to investigate why. Has something changed? New management, new expectations? Talk with a trusted mentor about this, or a therapist. Also, daily practices like meditation can help a lot. Read more...

I have panic attacks, heart palpitations, & severe anxiety. Could I have hyperthyroidism? I'm only 16! I also feel a pulse/twitch in my leg constantly

Panic symptoms. and thyroid issues can mimic one another. It is important for you to see your doc to see if you have thyroid or other medical concerns. If cleared, then you can see a mental health professional for treatment of panic disorder. Please learn strategies to help, not only medication. Read more...
Need an exam. Your symptoms can be due to psychological factors, but may also be due to physical disorder. You need to see your MD for a physical exam. A simple blood test (T3, T4, TSH) can determine if you have a thyroid disorder. Your leg twitch may be due to panic/anxiety, but may be due to electrolyte imbalance (again blood test will tell). If physical exam is normal, then see a psychologist using CBT. Read more...