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Spasm, choking inside chest on running, pain below breast, normal test results for ECG, stress test, ECG. What should be done?

Hello, on 20th September evening while i was running had spasm and chocking inside my chest. I had ECG , stress test, Echocardiogram and cardiac enzyme test done all of which are normal. But I am still having pain right below my breast , sleepless night, panic shock from the left chest, sometime chocking in the throat. What can I do now?
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for youe query.You had a choking sensation in your chest 10 days back and you got all the test done including stress test and reported to be normal Whatever you are thinking about is nothing but an anxiety what is called as Cardiac Neurosis.Pl stop worrying about what is not in existence..Do mild exercises and meditate for 30 minutes everyday and relax your mind.I am sure things will settle in 2-3 weeks time.
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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