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On juice fast, stopped after lightheadedness, persistent heart beat felt. Remedy?

I just finished a 6 day juice fast , I was meant to continue until ten days but last night I could feel my heart beat and I felt light headed and dizzy. We stopped the juice fast and have had some nice healthy salad etc.. but I can still feel my heart beating. It s very uncomfortable and it s preventing me from sleeping.
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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If the fast has caused some hypoglycaemia, then you may experience this type of feeling. It is called palpitation, feeling of his or her own heart beat. It is sometimes physiological. If you have some anxiety or stress, palpitation can aggravate, more commonly during night time.
Keep a relaxed mind. If palpitation continues then get blood sugar tested. ECG may be necessary if the symptom is disturbing you too much. Doctor may suggest thyroid tests also.
Good luck.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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