There is no doubt that cardiac rhythm problems can cause anxiety
and panic symptoms. Likewise, panic and anxiety symptoms can induce cardiac rhythm changes. The relationship goes both ways. It is important to consult a psychiatrist
to discuss your anxiety and stress
issues, because these can be treated and when they are treated, your cardiac status should improve. At the very least, you won't be getting high anxiety that can cause cardiac rhythm symptoms. If you do consult a psychiatrist, be sure to have the psychiatrist communicate with your cardiologist so that the two of them are on top of your medications and your symptoms and combine their efforts to help you. Do feel better!