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... panic. The reason your heart is racing is because you are fearing about what people are talking about. You are not going to die from anxiety and you are not going to go crazy. ... (8 replies)
... most certainly does lower the heart rate also. Im my case, gets in back where it needs to be but no too slow. How long did it take you to recover from the Ativan cold turkey? ... (8 replies)
... Howard, I know what you mean about getting off. I was addicted to Ativan for years, the docs put me on it when I had a thyroid problem, never treated me properly and then I became addicted and they made me withdraw cold turkey. ... (8 replies)

... A fast beating heart is a classic anxiety symptom ... you were getting youself worked up for over the conversation that you had about schizophrena is all. Nothing to worry about. You will not die, you will not get sick. And it did go away right? ... (8 replies)
... y itself, but great on the symptoms and thus would hinder anxiety from compounding. I have only had to take one twice. Am doing a slow Valium taper and my BP and heart rate have spiked badly on a couple of occasions. ... (8 replies)
... I use to take inderol years ago when I had a thyroid problem. I had to take just a bit cause it slowed my heart rate. I don't think I could take it now cause my heart is normal but rate is slow, don't want to slow it anymore. ... (8 replies)
... The body has a natural component (designed to protect us) called the fight/flight mechanism. It kicks in when we sense danger, real or imagined. Adrenaline surges kick in. This speeds up the heart. We may hyerventilate, breathe shallow, and as a result feel short of breathe. What was described by the previous poster was distraction technics. These often help, and non-drug... (8 replies)
... Lately,whenever someone talks about something intense,like someone dying or a mental illness,car accident...pretty much anything deep,my heart starts beating really fast and I get scared. ... (8 replies)
... to sabrinarose it also helps to accept the racing heart and to not worry about it or to tense up and fight back against it its common from anxiety and worry (8 replies)
Heart rate
Jan 10, 2004
... Chantel2003 is right. Peoples heart rate range from 50 to 90 or so. Mine is about 70 now and for the first 45 years of my life was around 50, because I was very over athletic. ... (9 replies)
... rays and CT scans on my lungs, stress test, had a tumor marker pannel done because Id convinced myself I had cancer, but came back negative. EKGs, worn a monitor for 2 weeks to record my heart, ultrasound of heart, breath test, endoscopy, seen an ENT, cardiologist, 3 ER doctors, and 2 regular doctors.... ... (5 replies)
Calling 911
Apr 19, 2004
... talk to me better than some ER docs Ive run into. They always state, dont feel bad, they get plenty of calls on panic attacks, and I live in a county with no hospital, nearest one is 15 miles away. ... (10 replies)
Please answer
Jun 14, 2003
... I'll try and answer as many of your questions as possible, but I'm sure some of the peeps around here will have better answers for you! ... (2 replies)




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