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Urgent heart rate check pls urgent
Due to my anxiety I had continous palpitation I was travelling in plane and when there would be turbulence I would get scared and I would have palpitation and heart rate would go to 105 and right now after I spoke to a person loudly I was getting scared and anxiety hit me and my heart rate was around 145 bpm when I was speaking to that person it just lasted for around 10 sec and within 45 sec my heart rate came to normal around 70 bpm. I know I am having anxiety and due to this I suffer a lot and I got palpitation but my heart rate goes back to normal rate right now my heart rate is 70 bpm. I don't have any heart issue it's just that when I get nervous or fear I have palpitations. And not only this I have got palpitations many times due to this I did every test not only one time I did echo 8 times TMT 5 times ecg 32 times. Now I just want to ask is will this kind of thing anxiety affect heart my heart rate now is normal.
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No it hasn't affected your heart as per the tests. It's health anxiety. Please consult a Psychiatrist for Anxiety and it's treatment.
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No it will not affect your heart. Please do not repeat any heart related tests now. You have anxiety for which i suggest you to consult a psychiatrist
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