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leeah90 leeah90 22-25, F 10 Answers Jan 8 in Health

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Learn to breathe deeply and correctly that will calm you and slow the heart rate.

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It could very well be from anxiety; I know when I'm very anxious, I can tell that my heart rate increases more than usual, and I don't feel settled at all.

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Mines been like this for the past 6 months. I had a stressful last year of Uni and didn't handle it very well. I'm told its nothing serious but I can't help but fret over it when it involves my heart.

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many people who experience panic attacks feel like they are having a heart attack; too much stress can be very hard on the body and mind. You probably need more relaxation and time to unwind.

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its anxiety. i get that sometimes too. my hand just randomly shakes and my heart starts to beat really fast. i try to sleep and forget it but sometimes i just calm myself and eventually it stops.

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Yes. I do experience some times. And yes it is due to anxiety. I have anxiety issues too. Nothing dangerous or cause of panic though ( in absence of other conditions).



I try some yoga and meditation. It usually calms down in about 10 minutes. And it is very very easy.

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Yes you can get it anywhere anytime it just happens it's very bad but it has happen to me at night I couldn't get to sleep I thought I'd die it's a terrible thing to suffer ( anxiety )

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Yes I've experienced this quite a few times, I was told by my doctor that it can be anxiety, stress or even too much caffeine.

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often and it is in bed but not when I am trying to sleep.

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I do, but I think that has to do with my age.

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