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Sore heart when waking. Does this relate to severe allergies to gluten and yeast ?

I am 45. Many mornings I awake with a sore heart . The soreness goes away when I get up and get moving. I have episodes when my heart will have palpitations for days and it feels as though it may stop. m It will regularly skip beats. I have severe allergies and have struggled with inflammation for years. I am concerned that my heart is inflammed and that the palpitations might be allergic reactions . I had a 1 minute EKG , which showed nothing unusual. They had me lay down and breathe deeply and my heart performed normally for those 60 seconds. I had the tread mill test where they use a ultra sound to look at my heart. They said everything looked fine, but that I was out of condition. I explained to them that in the last year I haven t felt up to exercising. I rarely go to the doctor , but this last experience was negative as the doctor, whom I ve seen twice, acted very skeptical that I had any heart trouble. I want a second opinion from a more knowledgeable doctor with a heart. What does it mean to wake up with a sore heart? Does this relate to severe allergies to gluten and yeast?
Asked On : Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
as you have already consulted few heart specialists and they say that your heart is ok, then nothing to worry.only thing may be that you may have anxiety neurosis,called cardio neurosis,you may consult psychiatrist.
Answered: Sat, 26 Mar 2011
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Psychiatrist Dr. Sadashiv's  Response
Hi,i think you r much worried about your problem. now just relax! Are u having history of hypertension or diabetis . If no such history, ECG, TMT and 2 D ECHO are normal then possibility is that there is nothing wrong with you !
Palpitation, restlessness ,sudden fear of unkown thing , worrinying excessively, at times disturbed sleep or incomplete sleep, all these are symptoms of anxiety disorder.It needs expert treatment from psychiatrist who will treat you with some anxiolytic medicine and councelling.if you wish i can definitely help you out as i am psychiarist with experince of five years.
Answered: Fri, 25 Mar 2011
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