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I have a heart condition, and insomnia, kindly help me

Last night I was laying in bed and was about to fall asleep, but all of a sudden it felt like I was being forced to sleep. As my eyes feel shut, I could feel my heart beat rapidly increase, and so I was naturally able to fight it off. Finally, I went to sleep and this is where I could no longer tell whether or not what I was experiencing was real or a dream. I would hear a ringing in my head that steadily increased in volume until it was deafening, and as it did, my heart rate would increase as well. What happened to me ? I have a heart condition, and insomnia .
Asked On : Mon, 1 Feb 2010
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It just an episode of panicking and you should not worry. The activities in the day if not smooth enough can cause such reactions while you go to sleep. But since you have mentioned about the heart problem as well, I suggest you to get it checked once, along with an ECG.

Answered: Mon, 1 Feb 2010
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