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Have acid reflux. Feeling nausea with fast heart beat. Is this anxiety related?

Yes i have extreme acid reflux . Ive had it for around 5 years. Ive been off work for 3 months now.i have nausia everyday about 3 months ago i had a bad attack my heart was beating so fast.i thought i was going too die. When i sleep at night lately my heart is beating s.o fast for hours. People thinks its anxiety . But life is good right now. Been to ruetdoctor theyvecant figure it out did so many test.please helpi feel like im getting sucidal.heart thing scares me
Asked On : Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Dec 2012

From your description the most likely cause of your problem is anxiety disorder. Doing a series of laboratory tests when the origin of your problem is psychological will lead to nothing (even though the tests are necessary for differentials).
My suggestion is that you should get treated fro anxiety. If you feel life is good and you are not having any worries, it means depression might be ruled out.

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Answered: Wed, 20 Feb 2013
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