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Heart Palpitations
Sep 11, 2013
... Hormone changes can definitely cause, or increase palpitation problems. So can pain. So can heart damage or malfunction, like Mitral Valve Prolapse. So can a diet to high in calories, especially high glycemic carbs. ... (9 replies)
... It can cause heart palpitations. ... (16 replies)
... dy other than antidepressants for anxiety, which I will put off for a while longer. My symptoms actually have improved, especially over the last month, but still can be annoying. ... (18 replies)

... It's the weirdest thing I've ever gone through. When I was having the panic attacks I'd always get cold right before it happened and my heart would start palpitating pretty badly, almost to the point where I thought I might pass out. ... (3 replies)
... Gastric Problems mimic heart issues so it would not be uncommon for someone with Gerd to have feelings that might feel like it was heart related. Since you have already had your heart tested for issues I think I can assure you that what you are probably experiencing is Gerd related. ... (3 replies)
... It is probably a side effect of the atenelol. Atenelol messes around with the timing of the heart. Unfortunately, some things that you eat or drink can cause a chemical interaction with the atenelol. ... (16 replies)
... hat have persisted daily and will not stop. I have no other symptoms other then occassional fatigue spells but I have dealt with this for years, even before the palpitations began. ... (18 replies)
... heavy palpitation at night..body pulsates to heart beat. ... (8 replies)
... Your heart may be perfectly healthy, but you definitely have a problem with your heart's electrical system. ... (17 replies)
... It seems like your heart is frequently if not constantly under some kind of stress causing it to misfire, or skip a beat, or beat suddenly too hard, or double beat, etc. ... (5 replies)
... A couple months ago, I had another light bulb moment, and found out that hiatal hernias can trigger palpitations. I started treating them the same way, and son of a gun, the palpitations are virtually gone. ... (23 replies)
... Just a few more notes about eating or drinking and possible effects on the heart. ... (16 replies)
... There are so many possible reasons for foot and ankle swelling. You certainly don't have the more common signs of heart disease, except for the difficulty breathing, which could be related to your asthma. ... (27 replies)
... e among many people, so I have read. I have taken atenolol for about 3.5 years, and I still get them from time to time. I don't let them scare me, except when my heart skips a beat, then starts back so hard that I feel a "punch" from within my chest. Marajuana and alcohol, I have read, can cause palpitations. ... (16 replies)
... I'm 29, relatively healthy, 130lbs, dont smoke, rarely drink, never used hardcore drugs and have a good lineage free of serious heart problems. ... (15 replies)
Skipped Beats?
Feb 13, 2007
... things. They can come during or after a bout of palpitations, after eating, drinking, and even something as simple as doing minor housework has caused me to have palpitations and minor skipped beats. The biggest two things I have noticed are times when I have eaten a larger meal than usual or when I am excited about something. ... (15 replies)
Dec 31, 2004
... I started noticing that now and aging I would get them , without the protein and then I realised it was fizzy drinks cans I was having and funny enough with the can its seemed almost straight away ! ... (6 replies)
... sparing and thiazide. I have read that it does cause an excess depletion of potassium, but it is not nearly as severe as the loop type of diuretics, such as lasix, when it comes to the depletion of potassium. ... (2 replies)
... It is advised not to do any heavy exertion after a full meal as that can cause a heart attack to those who are vulnerable. ... (5 replies)
... I used to have the same problem but I am now on medication for it. It is normal to feel your own heart beat at certain times, like when you're active, after eating sometimes, and when you breathe. Some people feel their heart rate going up while inhaling and decreasing while exhaling. ... (2 replies)

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