Having heart palpitations during sleep
I have heart palpitations while I m sleeping that wake me up, what should I do? I haven t seen a cardiologist yet but my doctors say I have Mobitz type I. I have not been able to find any evidence that this type of arrhythmia would cause night time palpitations. When I roll onto my stomach or...
I am a 24 and a half year old white female with 3 children ages 4 and under. My heart rate is normally on the higher side when I am pregnant and that s pretty much the only time I ever check it. But I ve been checking it a lot the past few days and every time it s been between 101-109bpm. Even...
Question on Heart Pounding
I have had this before. After drinking about 6 beers. I went to take A nap. After I woke Up My heart was pounding and I felt like s*** OK. I did not get drunk. Just visiting with family ate dinner and then took A nap then Woke up this way. What does this mean? Yes It has happened to me before...
Loud heart beats, heart rhythm disorders, heart murmuring
i woke up to a loud heart beat two weeks ago. also some nights while falling asleep, i feel like my heart stops for like 3 seconds and sometimes beats slow too. i am 44years old. 100 pounds. eat healthy and exercise 3 times a week. i also have been feeling few heart murmurs . i can t tell if it...
Altered heart rate in the night. What is the reason?
Hi, I ve been waking up continuously during the night, often with a heart rate that s fast (not too fast), probably around 75-80 bpm. This has been happening for a while now, and it s been interrupting my sleep. Sometimes it happens twice during the night, sometimes more. I m nor sure if it s the...
Heart pounding in chest when waking up. Is everything okay?
When I come out of a sleep to get up - usually I get up before my alarms rings at 3:45 in the a.m., I can feel my heart pound in my chest and physically see and feel my left side of my body moving. No other physical symptoms - no flushing, dizzy, shortness of breathe or anything - just a pounding...
When i Drink Alcohol, my Heart Pounding Fast
When i Drink Alcohol, After My Buzz Subsides i Go To Sleep, i Wake Up W/ My Heart Pounding Fast.(read below) and it takes me awhile to go back to sleep, mostly because i worry, than when i do and i wake up again my heart is beating as normal..... what would cause this ? is it anything to worry...
Thanks for your query. these symptoms at 55 years' age, are suggestive of Peri/Post-menopausal syndrome; or, persistent anxiety with recurrent Acute Panic Reactions.
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When did your head start hearting, is it the whole head or particular part of head, does the hearting of head stop on its own or you do some thing to relieve it?
Do you have any fever, vomiting and nausea?
Do you have any history of hypertension, diabetes.
Are you stressed?
Take some pain killers for now and if pain persists see doctor for further examination. blood test, CBC,BP,RBS
occasionally when i wake up from sleeping, I get a fight or flight feeling, racing heart, and tingly skin. typically it occurs within the first hour of sleep.
I am dr alok
It seems that probably you have anxiety disorder which can some time leads to these type of problem
Are you stressed? at home or at workplace? Any worry?
I think you should see your doctor and ruleout Thyroid disorder also.
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