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... Ooooo, yeah, it happened to me last winter, when I was drinking a small glass of.... EGGNOGG!!! I thought I'd die! I never drinked any kind of alcohol ever since! ... (11 replies)
... Yes I have that exactly. It started a few months ago. Now I find that it happens all the time. If I move from lying down to over on my side my heart goes like a rocket. I got up to go to the bath room last Thursday and my heart must have been doing 115. ... (11 replies)
... I find that when I go out and drink alot, the next morning I wake up and my heart is beating so fast. It's like I just ran a marathon. ... (5 replies)

... Does anyone else out there experience an elevated heart rate as a result of even moderate alcohol intake? ... (11 replies)
... That would make sense I guess, that it irritates the CNS and makes things get "wierd." Just another good reason not to drink much I guess. ... (5 replies)
... beers i will have my heart pouind in the mourning. or even wake up at night, i feel it beATING hard. ... (5 replies)
... Moderate to heavy alcohol usage will cause tachycardia a few hours later in most people. I know, I've had a problem and have been through detox. ... (5 replies)
... i dont notice that my heart beats faster, if anything my metabolism slows down and relaxes. ... (5 replies)
... omewhat faster which is wierd because I thought it would be the other way around too. I don't like to get drunk because when I do I get palpitations really bad, and then since I am drunk I start to get scared because I'm not thinking clearly that I know it isn't going to hurt me, and then since I'm scared it gets worse. ... (5 replies)
... I am 27 years old Married man. No alcohol, No smoking. No history of Heart diesease. ... (3 replies)
... We recently moved, and new doc said Atenolol was an "old" drug, not used anymore, and since I had lost a lot of weight, may not even need it, and she wanted me to taper off and potentially go on "something new". ... (16 replies)
... esctasy pills. Clearly bad idea in retrospect, have rarely done amphetamines and the pills were a little suspect. ... (1 replies)
... Alcohol has always increased my heart rate and given me skipped beats. Seems the skipped beats are worse about an hour or two after drinking a glass of wine. ... (3 replies)
... It's possible something is causing decreased sympathetic nervous system activity or increased parasympathetic nervous system activity. ... (7 replies)
... And many or most eat very little red meat such as beef. Chicken is a little more common but fish is the popular and wise choice. Fishoil capsules are probably the most common dietary supplement. ... (1 replies)
... Yes, caffeine is a known culprate. However, in a Mayo Clinic report recently, a study shows alcohol will increase heart rate. Those suffering from palpitations could be at risk for increased symptoms. ... (11 replies)
... I've been told stress and anxiety can bring on PVCs. Is this true? ... (1 replies)
... up and brings upon shortness of breath due to tightness. ... (8 replies)
... ng out at my families lake house watching TV. Suddenly I started to feel like something was wrong, or about to happen. I called my father into the room I was in, and a few seconds later my heart rate started to increase. ... (1 replies)
... requires increased oxygen to the digestive system. That reduces the amount available to other systems and increases overall heart rate. That is why people make jest of the prototypical MI's following eating Christmas dinner with alcohol and then shovelling snow... ... (2 replies)


Associated Tags: dizziness, heart, heart attack symptoms, overdose, palpitations, stimulant, supraventricular tachycardia

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