Thanks for your query to HCmagic
can have many underlying rhythms of heart. One need to know the exact rhythm before we can tell you about its causes and management.
If you ever had blackouts/ blurred vision/loss of consciousness/ vertigo
associated with these palpitations, please see your cardiologist at priority.
Two steps in management of palpitation (after clinical examination) are ECG at the time of palpitation and then ECHO. (I think you should have these two tests after consulting your doctor).
Most of the benign causes of palpitation when associated with normal ECHO do not require any treatment, if symptoms are not bothersome.
Yes the three precipitants mentioned by you can increase palpitations in certain cases.