and you had, had a ECG, and a Stress Test done on your heart while you were on a treadmill, that both tests brought back negative results for Heart problem. Is it a possibility that something could ...
about 2 or 3 days ago I went numb from head to toe. my tounge had a tingling sensation like I had touched it to a 9 volt battery. and my heart was felt like it was going to jump out of my chest. The ...
I have had a fast heart beat on and off for a couple of months now. It happens to me two times.
#1 - When I am getting ready for bed as well as when I'm trying to fall asleep. I am not nervous or anxious about anything. My heart doesn't beat fast every night, just now and then.
#2 - During or after I am eating, my heart will beat fast. It generally does NOT happen after breakfast, usually after lunch or dinner. I have especially noticed this occurring when I have to go longer than normal before I eat.
I read online about something called Tachycardia, I wonder if that is it? I have no clue. Additional Details A couple more details - I rarely consume caffeine so I don't think that has anything to do with it. Also I am quite thin and have been my whole life. never able to gain weight!
tachycardia just means rapid heart rate. For adults that is over 100 beats/min.
It could be happening because you're dehydrated.
My heart beats really fast and my doctor said I had anxiety attacks but come to find out, I have Graves Disease.
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It possibly could be hormones.
A Tachycardia is a heartbeat that is more than 99 BPM. When you say your heart beat is fast, how fast is it going? If it's above 180, then its probably a SVT, but since you have mentioned no symptoms that is occurring with it, I cannot say. Tachycardia can be caused by many things, it could be due to a SVT attack, or caffeine, a large meal (could be why you feel this after you are eating, and since we usually eat larger at lunch and dinner, this is why it is more prominent), some medications (especially OTC's), deficiency of certain vitamins, hypertension, and fear / anxiety.
Before going to sleep take one glass of milk.
Who said it's tachycardia? Get yourself checked out by a cardiologist.
I think you have anxiety problem.