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My heart has exerted pressure. how to solve it ?

whenever i get excited or i hace some kind of fear it feels like my heart has exerted pressure , however i have done my ecg X-ray and blood test the results show that i am fine but i also feel as if my heart is weak plz help me wot s the case ? and how to solve it ? i am checked by a doctor they say m fine but i am facing this problem for pat 2 months and i feel like my heart is weak Wot Do You Mean Chocolate ?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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I'm no Dr. but it could be that you are under a lot of stress and it could be an anxiety attack, I know I can feel this way when stress is at a all time high. Try some relaxation techniques this may help, take a walk or a long bath. I know exercise for me is a stress reliever. Whatever helps you to relax try it. If that don't work definitely get another opinion from another Dr. Oh the chocolate suggestion could be caffeine.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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