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Increased heart beat, tingling rush in body, shaking. What could it be?

hi there, this incident took place today and i am really confused, i am 21 and work out everyday, today while i was taking a nap in the day my heart started pounding hard and slow, (slowing down) and i had a tingly rush through my whole body and i started shaking, more like vibrating, i was half awake but coudnt stop this no matter how hard i tried, it lasted for 20-30 seconds and was really scary, what could it be ? do i need to see a doctor ? Thanks
Asked On : Sun, 17 Jun 2012
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Welcome to HCM!

I have gone through your question carefully and from that it looks like that you are otherwise a healthy adult, work out regularly and do not have any other stress/ anxiety. Now there has been an episode in which your heart was pounding hard, slowing down, there was a tingling rush all over the body and lasted for 30 seconds or so.

I think you should see a doctor, had I been treating you I would go for an ECG and blood pressure, blood sugar levels etc.,checked.

Only after this one can say what had happened. This thing should not be ignored.

Please see a doctor atleast once .

Hope this reply helps you out
Please ask if you have more queries related to it.

Dr. Manisha Gopal.
Answered: Wed, 20 Nov 2013
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