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... is most likely stress or anxiety related. ... (2 replies)
... of days I have to go to the dentist and don't know what to fill out on the questionaire where they ask you about your medical history. Do I mark that I have an irregular heartbeat? ... (6 replies)
... First of all I want to say that I've had anxiety and panic attacks for the last 5 months. ... (2 replies)

... About 3 or 4 months ago I had an anxiety attack of of nowhere and have been dealing with it since. Initially I didn't have physical side effects but now that the anxiety is progressively getting better, I have chest pain, dizziness, lightheadedness, and an irregular heartbeat. ... (14 replies)
... I bought a new blood pressure machine to see if my blood pressure was under control, and the new machine showed that I was also having irregular heartbeat rhythms. ... (1 replies)
... I mean, I do have a lot of health anxiety as with everything else... My arrythmia's aren't that constant, only popping up when I panic or have anxiety. But how should I know... ... (0 replies)
... I am so tired of going through tachycardia, irregular heartbeat, up and down constantly shifting heartrate, and sensitive and sore chest pains. ... (0 replies)
... readings and think stress is what elevates it. Last Friday, and again this morning, I got the symbol for "Irregluar Heartbeat Detected." The manual simply says to contact my physician if I see this frequently. ... (4 replies)
... sinus arrythmia is completely normal. its when the heart speeds up with inspiration and then slows down with expiration. a heartbeat from 60-100 at rest is nothing to worry about and it shouldnt be worried about unless its well over those limits. heart rates can increase with stress and anxiety, excitement (negative excitement as well such as crying), and of course excersize.... (8 replies)
... PVC= Premature Ventricular Contraction......I have them too for me they come in spurts...have them for weeks then not for months other then a few here and there.Most of the time they are harmless and do not mean anything bad.I have heard most people have them some just dont get them very often others have tons and tons daily.People with healthy hearts have PVC's so your doctor... (3 replies)
... What are the nightmares about? --- one can get nightmares from trauma, medication, anxiety. The arrythmias can also be related to the anxiety. Some nightmares are "prodomal" - indicative of bodily illness. < edited > It is very important that you/he find an explanation for why these nightmares are occurring; frequent nightmares are almost always an indication of things... (4 replies)
... create MORE PVCs. I dont know how or why but it is consistantly true. I KNOW for certain through my own experiences as well as much research on the subject that anxiety and PVCs often go hand in hand. ... (3 replies)
... I have often experienced these same symptoms as I too have PVC and MVP. Often though I find that these arythmias are more caused by anxiety than anything else. Try relaxation techniques and remember that I havelived with this for years and many others have too... ... (1 replies)
... Changes in hormones can have affects on palps. And I defiantely seemed to have more anxiety and PMS when I wasn't on the pill. ... (2 replies)
... told me it was anxiety because i was too young and too thin for it to be my heart... ... (11 replies)
... uld beat normal and then would completely stop and then start beating again... I got an EKG at the end of January and was told I have sinus arrthymia which is an irregular heartbeat which she said was common. ... (5 replies)
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... I am prone to anxiety, worry, panic, etc... I saw a psychiatrist over a year ago for help with anxiety and I see his nurse every six months so I can get an Rx for Ativan to take when needed. ... (5 replies)
... and I've had an irregular heartbeat for nearly 30 years. Its bad enough in the daytime, but now nighttime too! ... (10 replies)
... Hi Linda, Just wanted to say that your post, sounds just like me!! Seriously, just like me. I'm in perimenopause and the pvc's come and go, I could go months with nothing and then "bam!" they are back. I have been tested out the wazoo and nothing comes back abnormal. I also have been dealing with these since my 20's. I'm just hoping they go away when menopause comes. I... (23 replies)

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