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Increased heart rate after eating hamburgers. Feeling tired. Can a normal person suffer a heart attack?

Me and my buddy went to McDonalds today and bought two double cheeseburgers... We don t eat there very much but after we were finished with our hamburgers.. our heart rate increased... is this normal? Makes one feel horrible! At first you get tired and want to crash .. and then you lay down and you can t sleep because your heart beat is rapid. Why does this happen? It s happened before by the way. Can McDonalds cause someone who is of normal weight to have a heart attack?
Asked On : Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi Nathanip,
Two of you had the same symptoms then there must be something in that dinner that might have caused all this.
May be you have taken some additive appart from McDonalds as well.
I am not vouchsafing Mc but you should consider all contents of dinner rather than only Mc.
I came across a report yaers back from India that a few respected Brand of Beer were mixing Oxytocin in there beverage to produce a kick to boost sale!
I would advise you to have word with higher authorities at Mc
Take Care!
Answered: Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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