I have anxiety. Worry about my heart. I've had 4 ekg and blood tests that were normal....would they have found something wrong if it was there?
Cardiac neurosis? If you've also had an echocardiogram and a holter, and they were normal like your EKG, and you can keep up with your peers in your favorite athletic activity, your heart's fine and dandy. Here's what you need to do, Trav. Find a fitness sport that you really enjoy, and get into it really hard. You'll feel your heart getting bigger, healthier, and able to work harder for you. Embrace it.
Exercise. It is highly unlikely that there is anything wrong with your heart, despite your irrational anxiety. If you exercise regularly, it will keep your heart healthy and also let you know that your heart is okay. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Normal blood tests rule cancer? My brother died lukemia every doc is saying anxiety. Heart doc tests echo / holter / stress echo / ekg lung doc bronchosco / Ct scan and full gastro workup / all scopes endo colons capsule. Headach daily weak pulse
I feel heart palpitations at night, when I check my heart it's 82bpm, but it's like beating harder, I feel anxiety and difficulty sleeping. I went to the cardiologist, normal ECG and blood tests as normal too.
Palpation. Palpation's have multiple causes and depending on the clinical scenario. The majority are not serious but if you are having symptoms you should see your doctor to get a complete check up. Are you anxious? after looking at medical causes consider discussing this with your doctor. Read more...
I had chest pain, rapid heart rate and upset stomach. Went to the er and EKG and blood tests were normal. When I go for a walk my heart rate still get?
If you are. "de-conditioned" (not used to exercise) your pulse will rise quite quickly when you are exercising and going for a walk is an acceptable form of exercise for a beginner...Follow you Health Professional''s advice and EXERCISE... Hope this is helpful Dr Z. Read more...
Had heart flutters since teens. Scare me to pieces each time. Have had EKG years ago and blood tests are perfect. Should I continue to worry?
Hard to say. It is hard to confirm or ignore an issue without having enough data. What you mean by "flutters" is not clear. Your condition can change over the years and my approach to such a comment would be an EKG and a 24-48 hr Holter monitor.This study records your heart activity through many active & inactive settings & can catch rhythm disturbances with more reliability. Read more...