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I had a dream where i had a heart attack and i actually felt the pain

The other night i had a dream where i had a heart attack and i actually felt the pain, physical pain, from in my dream.... and i don t know if i actually did have heart pain that worked it s way into my dream, or if i dreamed that i felt it. Since then i ve been really worried about my heart and i ve been thinking about it a lot and i noticed whenever i think about it really hard i can feel it beating... like a spasm. is something wrong? please help?
Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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I have been reading the answers so far and the most obvious has been missed !!! Indigestion ! that mimics heart pain perfectly !! It is also possible that you suffered a heart attack in your sleep ! a blood test will reveal this !, the test is for cardiac enzymes which are released into the blood from damaged heart cells ! The heart attack theory is unlikely though so I would go for the indigestion !! The bottom line though is--- You MUST see your doctor who may send you to a cardiologist!! ACT now if only to alleviate your anxiety ! Cheers Pete
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