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Heart related pain usually occurs in persons with a history of heart disease
, diabetes ,high cholesterol
or obesity. In most cases there is a previous history of chest pain on activity though this may not occur in all persons. The pain is usually central, feel tight or like pressure, associated with shortness of breath
, palpitations, excess sweating and feeling of impending doom.
Though your pain can be cardiac in origin, GERD (gastroesophageal reflux) occurs mainly at night or early morning.
It is felt as a epigastric or chest pain, can be severe, burning in nature.
It is normally treated by modification of lifestyle- avoiding large meals, avoiding fried/fatty/spicy/acidic foods, waiting at least 2 hrs before lying down and weight loss
You may want to consider seeing a cardiologist to rule out any cardiac abnormalities .
I hope this helps