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sometimes, randomly my heart starts beating stupidly fast, please give me suggestion about this!

sometimes, randomly, my heart starts beating stupidly fast and i get really hot and cold at the same time? whats wrong with me :| yeah im also 16 so i doubt its gunna be heart attack it often happens to me at night when im just laying down, or when im by my self at the computer,
Asked On : Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Depending on your age, it could be an anxiety attack. You could also be severely dehydrated. Make sure you drink plenty of water, the .less water in your body, the harder your heart has to work to keep your blood pressure stable and keep you hydrated and etc..but, whenever there is anything that involves you heart, it's best to see a doctor just to make sure everything is okay. You sound like a young person so I doubt that it could be symptoms of a heart attack. Also look into your family history. Ask your parents if they ever have/had any heart problems. Good luck.
Answered: Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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