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Why i do have palpitation because i am not over weight

I ve been having palpitations and i was asked to take the medicin inderal 10mg.. since the medication, i have been having more palpitation than i had before.. this time its every day and it doesnt matter when i m standing or lying. it can last for more than 15 min and it scares me alot. i m 26yr and also been daignose of having thalasemia Bminus... i will see my doctor in 3weeks time but this frequent palpitation is rreally scaring me. i want to knw why i do have such palpitation cos i m not over weight and not skinny either.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Nov 2010
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi, i will suggest u to stop ur medicine and dont worry about the heart. As alternative treatments are far more better than allopathy. Instead u take khamira abresham 3 gms twice daily.or make a drug at home. Take 1" piece of ginger,3 to 4 cloves garlic, 1 beetle leaf(paan),and 1 tsp nigella seeds. Cut ginger garlic and pan into small pieces and soak in 1 cup of rose water overnight. Drain the water in the morning,Add 1 more cup of rose water to this and drink empty stomach. Soak fresh drugs for the next day. U will be amazed by the results after 10 conseq days.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Chakravarthy Mazumdar's  Response

Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.

At this stage I would not be worried if it is palpitations alone when they occur both at rest and on exercise. Your symptoms are more consistent with anxiety. A prescription of lowest dose of INDERAL also suggests that.

I would suggest to seek help from a Psychologist. In turn you can practice with relaxations techniques.

Take care.
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