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Jolting in heart and head in morning

in the mornings i start to move and i get a sudden jolt feeling in my heart or head area kida both its like it takes my breath for a second like a mini stroke are something like that its only in the mornings as i start to move around if i do something suddenly it does it more it happens for about 30 minutes to an hour and then and doesnt do it again until the next morning
Asked On : Thu, 4 Oct 2012
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Your description is rather too vague to give an appropriate conclusion and suggestion
You have not mentioned your age and gender / Nor habits like tobacco and alcohol?
It may be Postural Hypotension (Blood Pressure) or missed beats
Observe carefully / Sit up in bed a few seconds - Stand by the bed for a few seconds and then walk.
You may have to check your Haemoglobin, sugar and so on
See your GP or family physician - especially at the time of your symptoms, which may be rather difficult!
Good luck
Answered: Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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