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Have palpitation. Normal Echo and ECG. Do not want to take Prothiadene. What can I do?

sir i am 24 yrs old. last 1 year i had weakness and some fear about my health i consulted neurologist he prescribed t.prothiadene but i wont take that becoz the another doctor told dont take thats life long drug. so i manage my self with prayer and other mind changing methods .yesterday night at 1o clock i have palpitation about 120 beats .i have feared then within 20 min my heart beat at normal. now i am in confusion becoz i already done all blood tests normal,echo, ecg normal.what is the solution for this . i am going to marriage coming march. pls help me.what can i do.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Hi , Welcome to HCM ,
in young age , most common cause for palpitation is anxiety and i feel same cause in your case ,
your ECG and Echo is normal ,
i would like to suggest folowing ,
do not panic ,
stay relax ,
think positive ,
do regular walking ,
eat healthy food ,
say BIG NO to any addiction ,
avoid tea / coffee after evening ,
take your dinner little early ,
do stress relaxing yogas ,
if problem still persist you can do some test like thyroid and 24 hour holter study which gives you idea of heart rate and rhythm for 24 hours ,
congratulation in advance for your marriage ,
take care
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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