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I started having heart palpitations and flutters, I felt like my heart was skipping beats and other weird sensations. I started seeing a counselor and she advised me to go to the doctor to have my heart checked out. I did and that’s what was causing all of my heart palpitations and tachycardia. Anyone experience something similar?

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Yes I had weird sensation sand heart palpitations, so I tried the breathing technique last night in hope that my palpitations went away for awhile. They started up before bedtime and I did some deep breathing exercises. I was calm enough to go to sleep, but As soon as I woke up, I started having them again. I am planning going to my gp tomorrow for blood work on my thyroid, because I’ve heard that too much t3 in your system can cause heart palpitations.
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Hi ive had this for a long time it is made worse by any, and i mean any stimulants chocolate coffee smoking especially nicotine replacement therapy lozenges etc so stop all stimulants like coca cola etc and quit smoking,if you do hope this helps
Ged :-)
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been feeling better the past 3 days. but this morning, thinking that i'm well, i drank coffee... now the symptoms are back again. :-( i had this last year also but they got better and i was diagnosed w/ anxiety attacks. will breathing techniques help?
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I had a baby when I was 24 and 6 months later I had a weekend of Hell!! My heart felt like it was skipping beats left and right. It was horrible. Ever since, (5 years later) this still happens to me. I have been to so many doctors, including a cardiologist. Believe it or not, it's attributed to hormones and anxiety. They put me on Xanax and Metoprolol. They work well. When I feel horrible symptoms coming on, I just tell myself to slow down and breathe. Good luck to everyone.
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Our sories are similar. I developed an attack about 6 month after giving birth as well for the first time. Six years later I still get them. They are more faint. They still bother me and cause me anxiety when I get them. I think you are right about it being cause by hormones and anxiety. Im not aking anything for them and they have subsided quite a bit over the last two years. I have also had about 5 attacks of SVT in the last 6 years with the last on being over a year ago. I think what has helped me is slowing down in life. Getting everytiing in my life in order (almost everything) and trying not to worry too much. Having said this, I believe these palps are here to stay. They will alway show their ugly faces throughout the course of the rest of my life. Im just glad that I didn't get them at an earlier age. Let me know if you have found any usefull resources that would help anyone including myself understand them better.
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