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... I have a really simple question for all of you. Can anxiety cause your heart to start racing at about 130, without having an anxiety attack? ... (2 replies)
... absolutely matter of fact the majority of my anxiety attacks havent involved a racing heart beat. ... (5 replies)
... I find that whereas in the past I would rarely get heart palpitations, now I tend to get them every week....sometimes every day! ... (6 replies)

... Perhaps there is a link between your health problems and your heart problems? ... (2 replies)
... So a little about me , I'm 25 , i was diagnosed with generalised anxiety disorder about 2 years ago. Things have been very tough for my health wise and personally. ... (2 replies)
... lots of it! And, things like meditation and yoga. Being able to center yourself and slow down your racing heart. Helps anxiety alot. ... (2 replies)
... er thought of anxiety. This continued and was diagnosed as sinus problems, to the point where I had sinus surgery in August 2003. Finally, after experiencing a racing heart, one doctor told me that anxiety can give you the strangest and strongest sympomts from head to foot. ... (55 replies)
... ss. Of course, I didn't want to go see a psychiatrist either, I had no idea what that was and was terrified of doctors in general. As a result, I quit showing my anxiety outwardly in school. ... (6 replies)
... anxiety attack without a racing heartbeat? ... (5 replies)
... FREAKED out and had my mother come pick me up from my apartment at 2 in the morning because I didn't know what was going on. I just woke up out of nowhere with a racing heart and shortness of breathe. ... (3 replies)
... Yes, it definately sounds like you are having anxiety or panic attacks. They can happen to perfectly healthy people. ... (6 replies)
... story. I am a 36 yr old father of 3 who runs marathons and generally eats well. For about 3 years now I have been fighting with anxiety. I can't remember life without worry. I get the dizziness, racing heart, migrating pains throughout my body, and shortness of breath. ... (12 replies)
... eme danger we only had the option to stay and fight or flee. The body is programmed to respond automatically and go through physical changes to deal with danger without asking the brain, because if it stopped to think if it was a real or imaginary danger, it would be... ... (1 replies)
... n thing is really common with mvp. It can be scary but try to keep in mind it is normal. But it is possible to get this and other symptoms of mvp like palps, and racing heart under control. ... (2 replies)
... RedInTheHead, remember that a racing heart, lightheadedness and a feeling like you're fainting or having a heart attack can just be the classic symptoms of a panic attack. ... (5 replies)
Aug 15, 2006
... Could you look outside without feeling it's a display? ... (4 replies)
... it has been a long road and without the help of God, my husband and family I' m sure I would not be doing as well as I am. ... (3 replies)
... Your fear and thoughts of taking prednisone is causing your anxiety, not the Prednisone. Anxiety can cause a racing heart, sleep difficulties and chest pains. ... (4 replies)
... My heart rate sometimes dips into the 40s, but I am in pretty good cardiovascular condition from running. The docs say it's normal and I'm ok. ... (5 replies)
... I thought you had to ask your primary doctor for it......I never took it before...I have health anxiety and would probably be scared to take the valium but maybe not...... ... (10 replies)

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