I am a 31 year old female who has been experiencing on a regular basis hearing my heart beat in my right ear while laying down before I go to bed and sometimes dizzyness. I have gone to the Doctor a while ago for another issue and she mention I had a slight infection in my ear so to...
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I can feel my heart beats, when i lay down. Is it normal ?
when I lay down on my right side I can feel my heart beating. Is this normal? When I lay down at night I am fine on my left side but when I roll over to my right I can feel my heart beating. Is this normal? I feel like it just started a few months ag
Zaps in heart while laying down
Hello, I am a 29 year old male and once and a while when I am laying down sleeping I get like these little zaps in my heart . I will feel the zap and then it stops and then couple seconds later does it again. This will go on until I literally get put of the bed and walk around or actually have to...
Hello, sometimes i hear my heat beat with my own ears or i feel the heart beat in various parts of my body. Please is that normal?
Thanks for your query,
Hearing of one own heart beat is called palpitation which may occur in structural heart diseases or in other conditions like anemia, hyperthyroidism etc. I think you must visit a cardiologist to rule out any structural abnormality in the heart. If it is normal may go for blood investigations for anemia and hyperthyroidism..
I usually get increased heart beat and a feeling of anxiety when laying down or resting
You must be under stress and hence you are getting that palpitations I believe. But if you are not thinking anything while you sleep and there is a chest pain along with the anxiety then I'll advise you to go to a physician and get yourself examined
Lying down my heart is 94 bpm. For 20 years old is that normal?
The normal heart beat ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute.
Resting pulse rate should also be below 100 beats per minute.
So your heart beats is well within the range of normal.
If you have any other associated cardiac complaints like chest pain or breathlessness then you may need an ECG and ECHO.
In that case you may consult a Cardiologist.
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