... stimulate one's heart. Caffeine is a heart stimulant. For those that are overly sensitive to caffeine, it could cause the types of problems that you are having. ... (1 replies)
... It is perfectly normal and harmless to have occasional skipped beats during the day. ... (6 replies)
... I am a PAC sufferer and it is very hard to tell the difference between the two. Basically the word is this, they are very normal heart rhythm, and 60 for a day is not all that high. You are right people have thousands a day and live full lives with them. ... (1 replies)
... PVC's are in the larger ventricular chambers on the bottom of the heart. V for "vent" otherwise "OUT" to your body. ... (4 replies)
... btw is it normal to have a normal pulse rate at rest, but have the pulse be pounding REALLY hard? ... (6 replies)
... lex......BOTH OF WHICH WILL SLOW THE HEART RATE.....BOTH EASY TO PERFORM.......ask your doctor how. Also, often Beta Blockers will abate the palpitations. PAC's are quite normal.......PVC's should be checked. GOOD LUCK! ... (19 replies)
... I have had a treadmill stress test and also a cardiac calcium scan because of family hustory of early heart disease. The dr says with all of these test being normal that the pvc's are nothing to worry about. ... (3 replies)
... Lots of people have them and most never know it. Some of us lucky ones are affected anything from mildly to severely from them. I have them daily. I can feel them when they occur and generally just take my breathe away. ... (3 replies)
... I think they are fairly common. Apparently many people get them and don't even know it. If all your other vitals are good, doctors will generally say it's nothing to worry about. Perhaps they are right. ... (3 replies)
... I had event monitor done to investigate heart futters, They caught PVC's and superventricular tac, which my doctor says are perfectly harmless and nothing to worry about. I was just trying to get some info into the PVC's and see if they really are common and harmless. ... (3 replies)
... control. Common symptoms include increased heart rate, chest and neck stiffness, clamy palms, tense muscles, "brain fog", and dry mouth. These are the normal anxiety symptoms that happen to everyone who is anxious. These are "Stage 1. ... (0 replies)
... Well I get them sitting and laying down too alot.I wore a holter monitor and was told the palps are PVC's and of no real concern. ... (1 replies)
... which i found wierd. I had a stress echo, and that was normal also, all they have noticed so far, was when they took pics of my heart before and after the stress echo, that my heart skipped every 5th beat, like clockwork... ... (6 replies)
... dding to it and making them worse. After I stopped counting them, and started talking to our friends as we went out to eat, they went away. I continued with my normal activities over the weekend, cleaning house, going shopping etc. ... (3 replies)
... Hi everyone, I'm female, 44 years old and overweight. I have had PVC's on and off for years but only had them diagnosed in the last month because of having multiple ones daily. I ended up in the E.R. scared to death and was told that PVC's are ususally benign and not to worry (yeah right) and follow up with my doctor. So my doctor ordered a Stress Test. Her nurse just... (1 replies)
... ok no biggie, we've all had them. Then a few seconds later another, couple normal beats another. ... (1 replies)
... Are you overweight?
I get PVcs also, and I am athletic and ripped!!!
Hypertension is usually associated with weight issues.
Jason (1 replies)
... They are scary like your heart is going to stop! ... (3 replies)
... During an ECG, if the heart is not misbehaving, there are less opportunities for something showing up. ... (2 replies)
... Three or more pvc's is a run of Vtach which I read on google can lead to dangerous arrhythmias. But I also read they are harmless these pvc's. So how likely can these pvc's lead to Vtach in a structurally normal heart. I asked the cardiologist this a while ago... ... (4 replies)