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... I admit I am a bit of a hypochondriac and think that something is always wrong with me. ... (2 replies)
... In addition to what Lenin states, sometimes the physicality of the heart to an area of nerve sensitivy can be a problem. Nerve sensitivity may vary from time to time and the awareness of the heartbeat would happen accordingly. ... (9 replies)
... It started when I was 15. I've never been a healthy person, and having dropped out of high school two years prior to this, I wouldn't say I was actively going out either. ... (10 replies)

... however you are too young for that too be the most obvious cause. You should look up "Costochondritis" on the Internet. It is an inflammation of the rib cartilidge that can cause severe pain especially if you press on it. ... (5 replies)
... normal kidneys and liver, the increase in BP should have followed the increase in heart rate, as I understand it, ie their BP would have been high also. These women kept taking the medicine for a couple of days and the tachycardia went away. ... (9 replies)
... Are you taking any medicine to control your heart rate? ... (1 replies)
... the other is just a sudden awareness of your heart beating. ... (1 replies)
... I am 26, Female, short of breath. It's the feeling that you've ran a few blocks and are out of breath, but it's all the time. Even going up stairs. No one can tell me what's wrong with me. It started a month and a half ago. ... (3 replies)
... It reduced the many episodes of the rapid heart beats and that feeling like my heart was going to jump up out of my throat. Also that extra awareness of my heart beat. I also would have bradycardia, slow beat, and it would feel like my heart was beating really hard but slow. For me, it just evened things out. ... (10 replies)
Palpitations?
Jan 20, 2009
... Sunday night, I laid down to bed with a book to read and noticed that there was subtle awareness of my heart beating. ... (0 replies)
... don't go on a beta blocker unless you absolutely need to. there's a lot of side effects that come along with them, and i think this constant awareness of my heart beating is one of them. others are worse, some are mild, and betas effect different people different ways. ... (15 replies)
... Seldom am I NOT aware of my heart beat. I complained also to the doc and was told ....be glad its beating. HA! It doesn't help when you get anxiety because of the constant PVCs. The times that I do not feel my heart beat is heaven! I feel so relaxed and almost "normal". ... (5 replies)
... Or are we more aware of our heart beats than most? ... (5 replies)
... The doctor would probably dig you up, out of the ground, try to collect what you owed, and charge you for missing an appointment! ... (20 replies)
... I've been feeling pretty decent since the Holter came off so I'm wondering if maybe the entire thing was panic attacks rather than an organic heart problem. ... (20 replies)
Question!
Jan 21, 2006
... and your heart should last you for another 80 years or more. ... (4 replies)
... To answer some of your questions, palpitations are any awareness of your heartbeat. It can be a feeling of racing, skipped beats, or your heart beating harder than usually. And yes, palpitations may be due to anxiety. ... (2 replies)
... The definition of a palpitation is an awareness or feeling of your heart beating. A PVC is a premature ventricular contraction and a PAC is a premature atrial contraction. ... (1 replies)




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