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Discomfort in heart area extending to chest and lower heart. Increased heartrate. Feeling anxious

Hi I have just finished a night of drinking jim beam and cola which is a vice of mine, I am feeling a slight uncomfortableness where my heart is situated but no pain, The slight dull feeling is extending right through to the left side of my chest to the lower left side of my head. My heart rate right now is 88 beats per minute, and am finding that I am feeling anxious about this
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Welcome to health care magic ,
from your history it is look like non cardiac discomfort may be related to your exercise or muscle related problem ,
consult family physician and do basic ECG and take some analgesic ,
if your discomfort increase on exertion and relived on rest then consult cardiologisr ,
do not get panic ,
stay calm and stress free .
take care
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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