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Anxiety and Heart Palpitations, Irregular Heartbeat and Fluttering Heart

 

Anxiety and Heart Palpitations, Irregular Heartbeat and Fluttering Heart

heart palpitationsYou go about your business, then suddenly, your heart is racing in your chest and you feel your heart fluttering and palpitations.  You are worried.  You fear you’re having a heart attack.  Generally this phenomenon is common, especially if you suffer from anxiety and panic attacks.  In most cases your health is in no real danger.

I use to have heart palpitations all the time and they were very frightening and one of the scariest parts of anxiety.  I use to have thoughts that I had a ‘heart problem’ or ‘I would drop down dead.’

In general, heart palpitations are benign.  People often feel

  • Heart Palpitations
  • Heart skipping a beat or missing a beat
  • Or heart flutters

Anxiety and Heart Palpitations

Benign palpitations

When palpitations last only a moment, they are usually due to a premature beat, a heart rhythm disorder corresponding to a premature contraction of the heart chambers.  This phenomenon is not dangerous.  Generally, these contractions diminish or disappear when you make an effort to improve your diet and reduce stress.  However, if they persist during physical activity, consult your doctor.

Tachyarrhythmias

Adults are mainly affected by a phenomenon called tachyarrhythmias.  The heart is racing at more or less regular periods.  Palpitations last a few minutes, and then fade themselves.  But this excitement can also be extended for a few days or weeks.  If the phenomenon continues, it is best to consult a doctor. 

Medical Palpitations

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Whilst most palpitations are safe for your health, others require a quick visit to the doctor.  This is the case if it’s:

• Atrial Fibrillation (1) which sometimes causes the formation of small clots that can block arteries to the brain or;

• Ventricular tachycardia (2), often accompanied by dizziness and fainting;

• Ventricular fibrillation (3) which occurs in the early stages of myocardial infarction.

 

These symptoms are not to be neglected.

1.  Atrial fibrillation is a condition that involves an irregular heartbeat, also called "arrhythmia".

2.  Ventricular tachycardia occurs when the ventricles (the lower chambers of the heart) beat too quickly.

3.  Ventricular fibrillation occurs when the electrical signal which normally triggers the pulse separates and follows random paths around the ventricles instead of its normal path.

 

 The causes

 As we have seen, heart palpitations are usually benign.  They can be due to:

• Undertaking exercise.  In this case, they disappear by themselves after a few minutes;

• Stress when the pressure is more intense.  They gradually decline;

Anxiety.  They then translate short bursts while you feel your anxiety levels skyrocket.

Fluttering Heart Palpitations

Generally the so-called benign palpitations occur at rest, in the morning or late in the day or overnight.  Of course anxious periods can increase your palpitations.  The palpitations or heart flutters are then stronger, last longer and occur more frequently.

Experts also point fatigue, sleep disorders and a lack of red blood cells also can trigger palpitations.

The risks

As they are generally benign, heart palpitations should not have any impact on your health.  But naturally because the person fears them they increase anxiety and stress that accompany them.  The person can then become a victim of more palpitations due to anxiety and panic attacks.

The chances are the symptoms are benign.  However do not ignore the symptoms if this is the first time you have experienced them. 

If the heart palpitations continue over a long period then this will require deeper investigation.   Please see your family doctor

 

Prevent Heart Palpitations

It is easily possible to prevent heart palpitations.  The best way of doing this is to reduce or stop

• drinking coffee / tea

• taking nicotine;

• Sugary foods

• Alcohol;

It is also recommended to consult a doctor to assess the functioning of the thyroid gland, as this is sometimes responsible heart palpitations (hyperthyroidism).

 

How to Treat Heart Palpitations

As palpitations are often benign, they do not require treatment.

However, if the heart flutter phenomenon persists your doctor or your cardiologist may prescribe small doses of beta-blockers.  They help control symptoms and reduce anxiety due to palpitations themselves.  They then may disappear within a few days or weeks.

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Living with palpitations

When benign palpitations happen it is possible to reduce the frequency by

• Leading a quieter life.

• Reducing stress whenever possible.

• Go to bed at regular times.

• Abandon the use of non-prescribed drugs by a doctor.

• Practice a sport.

• Opt for a healthy lifestyle.

• Watch your diet.

• Lose weight if necessary.

• Learn to breathe.

• Use relaxation techniques, yoga for example.

My solution to Heart Palpitations

If heart palpitations bother you, remember that this phenomenon will not affect your health in the majority of cases.  But if the excitement of the heart muscle is accompanied by other symptoms, consider making an appointment with your doctor.  Listen to your body, it speaks to you.

My heart palpitations always use to happen when anxiety developed within my body.   Most of the time my heart palpitations happened if I started to hyperventilate.  So A HUGE TIP is to practice breathing techniques and learn how to control anxiety levels and how you breathe.  I would strongly recommend you join positive panic attacks and I will teach you all you need to know.

I would also recommend you try natural products that can help palpitations such as Magnesium Taurate.  This natural product can help ease muscle stiffness and reduce heart palpitations.  Just read the reviews to understand why. 

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