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HEART flutters
Jul 17, 2014
... Caffeine, lack of sleep and dehydration are all common causes. And I'm guilty of all three being in my life on a regular basis, and as such so are palpitations, PVCs and other irregular heartbeats. ... (1 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)
... Definitely not. These are uncomfortable and scary feelings, which although usually benign, cause a great deal of stress to those of us who experience them! It has been my experience that heart skips, jumps, palpitations, etc., come in all shapes and sizes. ... (2 replies)

... First of all, I am no stranger to palpitations, that skipped beat fluttering feeling where your heart gives you that nice big "thump" in your chest and throat, etc. ... (1 replies)
... It is also almost impossible to get good medical help with any condition that is outside of the norm. Doctors are just like any other profession. If they haven't worked on a certain ailment before, their knowledge and experience is somewhat limited. ... (8 replies)
... I'm new here and I'm just posting because it seems that a lot of people have similar experiences... and have received great answers and amazing support. ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for the thorough post. Please read in-line replies: Over the period I responded to your post I yawned :yawn: times plus forced myself for a deep breath 4 times...hmmm, it is so annoying, it makes you look like you're a very tired person all day. :rolleyes: (11 replies)
... It might also be your age and muscular conditioning. I was much more able to cope, or contend, with my heart failure until I hit around age 59, and then the roof caved in. ... (9 replies)
... Lack of oxygen. ... (9 replies)
... anything at or below 100 is considered realativly normal. If you experienced resting heart beats of 105, 110, 115 on a regular basis THEN you should see the doctor. ... (4 replies)


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