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Growling in chest when heart rate increases, dizziness, black outs, headaches on standing. Causes?

I have this very strange chest growling thing. It seems to happen everytime my heart rate goes up. As when i run, swim, ride rollercoasters, drink caffeine, Ect. I have also noticed that when almost everytime i stand up i get dizzy and my vision gets blacked out and occasionally i get a small head ache. I am going to a pulmonary and cardiac dr next week, but does anyone have any ideas???
Asked On : Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
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I think you may not have any problem except some minor fatigue or stress relatd issues. You are going to find out when you visit specialists. Heart beat rises when you exercise body, but if there is actual growling (murmer) it will not be audible outside, then you must feel other symptoms associated. Dizziness, blackouts etc might be associated with but more associated with fatigue. Fear about diseases also increases heart rate and causes dizzy halucinations. Don't worry. Let your specialist determine. You do your job and enjoy. Good luck.
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