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Felt like heart stopped beating, pain in arms, weakness. Normal after jogging. What could this be?

I snore. I drink energy drinks everyday at work. For work I sit at a desk and type all day. Last night I was at my desk and all of a sudden it felt like my heart stopped beating. There was no pain. But I started to feel weak in the arms and started to panic. Only think I though was to get my heart beating again, so i opened the door and started running till i could feel it beat. I started feeling better if I ran or jogged. Day later i m ok but now my heart hurts for a minute and goes away. this is going away as time goes on. I m starting to feel normal again. But no heart pains when it happened and no arm pains. just minor heart pains a day later. What do you think?
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Hello and welcome

As you described about your problem, it looks like your concern about your health. usually sometime we feel that our heart is stopped beating but it is may be due to some VPCs. to confirm you sould consult cardiologist or do an ECG which may solve your issue.

Thanking you for your query

Wish you a healthy heart
Answered: Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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