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High pulse rate, difficulty sleeping. ECG normal, high cholesterol levels. Treatment?

Hi, I am XXXXX, 27 yrs of age.. I always feel that my pulse rate is high.. Due to this i am not able to sleep properly for a many days.. Also i did ECG and other test which are not that bad. ECG ws normal and i had some bad cholestrol level high. Which doctor said to decrease doing exericse. Please suggets.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Sep 2012
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Hello Randeep
Reasons for high pulse rate can be stress or anxiety.
Do your EKG at the time of raised heart rate, if it is normal than you have to consult psychiatrist for better treatment. If you heart rate is more the 140/min than it can be PSVT or AF, you must seen your cardiologist for that.
To decrease you cholesterol level you must control your diet, avoid all fatty, spicy, oily and junk food, do regular exercise for at-least one hour (brisk walking is enough), reduce your weight if you are overweight.
Hope this will help you.
Best Wishes
Answered: Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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