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What causes sinking feeling in the heart?

Lately i have had an occasional like sinking feeling in my heart and it kind of feels like my heart collased and will not "blow back up" but it only lasts for a second or two and it doesnt hurt it just catchs me off guard and worries me that it could be signs of somthing more serious
Tue, 24 Oct 2017
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If during the onset of symptoms you feel dizzy or collapse then it needs urgent medical attention with a baseline resting ecg and Holter monitor or Loop recorder if any further suspicion arises. For many healthy individuals ocassional feeling of sinking heart may not necessarily be due to cardiac in origin. There are many other factors, diet and medications that may cause the same feeling.
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