I am experiencing heart palpitations (pulse) (worsened by: caffeinated drinks (coffee, tea, soda, etc.), psychological stress).

Sounds like a. potential panic attack. The last thing you want is caffeine--in any form. Try talking to a shrink, and incorporating healthy grounding and soothing behaviors--self-talk, meditation, yoga, walking 22 1/2 minutes per day, etc. Here's a reference on anxiety: http://www.psychologyproductsandservices.com/page2.html.

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I have 1-2 heart palpitations a day, I don't drink coffee and I had a good EKG in june. Is this concerning?

Depends. If the palpitations are brief, lasting 1-2 seconds, and feel like a "skipped heart beat" or an "extra heart beat" then these are generally benign and of no concern. If the palpitations are prolonged and characterized by sustained rapid heart beats, then you should be evaluated by your physician. These are usually safe and not life-threatening, but can be annoying. Read more...

I am experiencing difficulty concentrating, low body weight, pounding heart (pulse) (worsened by: psychological stress), fatigue, feeling depress...

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