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Getting pins and needle sensation in legs, arms, face. Due to rapid heart beat with anxiety?

Hi, My name is Nicole 27 yrs old from South Africa. I havr just come back from the doctor after havin an ECG done. I have been getting pins and needles in my legs, arms and now my face. Could this be from a rapid heartbeat mixed with anxiety? Im a stressed person when it comes to my health, and i think the more worrying I do the more symptoms occure, i have been put on Xanor and Purr -Blokam my Doctor says if the pins and needles do not go away By this saturday i wmust go back to him.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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anxiety will increase the heart rate ,and anxiety related problems are more common in this age group ,
be relax ,
organize your work , study ,earning and expense to reduce your stress ,
do regular walking ,
do stress relaxing yogas ,
eat healthy food ,
avoid tobacco use in any form ,
limit your alcohol intake ,
say big NO to any addiction ,
take care
Answered: Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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