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Can a heart attack come from anxiety ?

I ve had anxiety attacks/panic attacks almost my whole life. If anyone has this they know what i m talking about. Last night was the worst attack i ve ever had. I literally felt that i was going to die. I started panicking thinking nothing or nobody can help me. Then i started feeling weak and light headed, i could not breathe, that s when i started panicking more. Then i started feeling like i was paralyzed like every move i made was like sooo exhausting like i ve ran miles. I was totally out of breathe. My heart was beating so fast i thought it was going to come out of my chest . Then i started deep breathing and thinking of the most important things to me my kids my family, i came back too. My chest is sore today but does it sound like a heart attack to you all?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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~absolutly it can! that's also where the phraze "scared to death" comes from. but also, fear is from satan. Its his best tool. and no one can control it but you. seriously, why do you allow yourself to loose control like that?
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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