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Alright so this has been going on for about a week now, but it gets worse as time goes by. I've been really concerned about my heart. I don't know why. I don't know about you guys, but with me I can feel my heart beat through my chest, without even putting my hand in any pulse area (such as putting my throat, etc). I just walk around feeling my heart beat. And it has been beating too fast lately, MOST of the time, for no apparent reason. Like right when I start thinking about it it just begins its crazy out of control rhythm that I just can't stop and the more I think about stopping it the more it beats faster and the harder it is for me to stop it! I just feel exhausted, and feel like fainting with my heart beating so fast all the time. But the last few days have been different. Fortunately I was able to get my mind off my heart a little and let it beat normally. However, last night I almost went out of my mind. I was so scared . You see, I'm used to hearing/feeling the beat of my heart through my chest while I'm doing my everyday activities. I don't if I can feel it because I am thin (18 years old, 5'8 and I weigh 120 pounds). Can anyone else feel their heart beat?

So yeah, back to last night.. I went to bed, and I was just lying there reading. Unfortunately I just couldn't read. I was so anxious, so scared, I felt so weird it's so annoying. All of a sudden I couldn't feel my heart beat through my chest as usual! My chest was like DEAD. I was freaking out. I then began to think the beat was getting weaker, and that's why I can't feel it. I put 2 fingers to my throat and I could feel my pulse, but why couldn't I feel it through my chest like I could before!? As time went by I get more anxious, more scared. I ended up getting out of my bed MANY times 'cause I thought my heart was about to stop. I just didn't feel like sleeping, I wanted to wake up my parents and go to the emergency room. But I just couldn't.. 'cause I've had an anxiety attack in the past when I thought my heart stopped, and my parents took me to the ER many times, the doc always tells us it's just anxiety and so my dad got really upset with every attack, trying to convince me it was nothing but I didn't take in a word he said. I always make them take me back. So it was frustrating, and I don't want to go back to the doc with him telling me 'it's just anxiety', and embarrassing myself again. And I don't want to scare my parents, either. They'll think I'm really sick when it could just be anxiety.

So when I got out of bed I starting going down the stairs, when I'm anxious I just can't stay in one place and I have to walk. Then I could finally hear my heart beat through my chest SO hard, very fast. Due to me being so scared. I was relieved, and exhausted. I sat on the stairs, miserable. I ended up getting back in bed, but the sense of my heart beat disappeared again, the only way I can feel it is through my neck pulse. What in the world? And when I awoke this morning, same deal. I can no longer feel the strong, frequent beat I always feel that assures me everything's okay. Unless everything's like dead quiet, and I concentrate REALLY hard, I feel a light, weak beat. It doesn't pound in a healthy, heavy way. The beats of my heart haven't changed, it has a normal rhythm, but it's quality has.. Could this be anxiety? Please help.. I've got no sister just 2 brothers and I can't really talk to them they'll just laugh.

I'm open to any questions.. I'm so anxious, so scared. I've just moved to Illinois 5 days ago and my condition isn't letting me enjoy anything. Plus I'll be starting school soon, that'll be hell with my heart driving me nuts.

I'm starting to think I have heart disease, I'm afraid my heart will stop any moment now.

I want to cry!!





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