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heart chambers, heart beat, heartbeat sensations, heartbeat, fast, irregular heartbeat, palpitations, heart pounding, racing, rapid heart rate, racing heart, tachycardia, palpitations, heartbeat sensations that feel, pounding, racing, simply have an unpleasant awareness of own heartbeat, feel skipped, stopped beats, heart's rhythm normal, abnormal, palpitations, felt in chest, throat, neck, the heart beats between 60-100 times per minute, in people who exercise routinely, take medications that slow the heart, drop below 55 beats per minute, heart rate is very fast, over 100 beats per minute, tachycardia, an unusually slow heart rate, bradycardia, extra heart beat is known, extrasystole, palpitations, not serious, depends on whether, not the sensations represent an abnormal heart rhythm, an arrhythmia, more likely to have an abnormal heart rhythm, known heart disease, time the palpitations begin, significant risk factors, heart disease, an abnormal heart valve, an electrolyte abnormality, low potassium,
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reducing stress, anxiety, lessen heart palpitations, try breathing exercises, deep relaxation, a step-by-step process of tensing, relaxing every muscle group in body, time of heartbeat sensations, consider practicing yoga, tai chi on a regular basis to reduce the frequency of palpitations, keep a record of how often have palpitations, happen, how long they last, heart rate, the palpitations, what, feeling, information, help doctor figure out both seriousness, once a serious cause has been ruled out by doctor, try not to pay attention to heart palpitations, a sudden increase, a change in them, have never had heart palpitations, bring them, attention of doctor, a work up, whether they, treatable, have fainted, someone, loses consciousness, have shortness of breath, chest pain, unusual sweating, dizziness, lightheadedness, call doctor right away, feel frequent extra heartbeats, than 6 per minute, coming in runs of 3, have risk factors, heart disease, high cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, have new, different heart palpitations, pulse is more than 100 beats per minute, exercise, anxiety, fever,
doctor, medical history, perform a physical exam, an ekg, in distress, meaning, chest pain, shortness of breath, concerning symptoms, in the emergency room, cardiac rhythm, monitored, an emergency intervention, performed, necessary, restore normal cardiac rhythm, not have the symptoms, time of visit, want to know what pulse was, time felt the palpitations, not the rhythm felt regular, medical history questions, feel skipped, stopped beats, does heart rate feel slow, fast, have the palpitations, feel a racing, pounding, fluttering, a regular, irregular pattern, unusual heartbeat sensation, did the palpitations begin, end suddenly, the palpitations occur, in response to reminders of a traumatic event, lying down, resting, change body position, feel emotional, have any other symptoms, part of physical exam, check temperature, pulse, rate of breathing, blood pressure, pay special attention to heart, lungs, diagnostic tests, ekg, ambulatory cardiac monitoring, a holter monitor is used, monitors worn, two weeks, longer, echocardiogram, electrophysiology study, eps, coronary angiography, doctor finds, an abnormal heart rhythm, write down what it, sure to tell other professionals involved in medical care, try to reduce stress, risk factors, heart disease, don't smoke, eat a well-balanced, low-fat diet, exercise regularly, try stress management techniques, yoga, tai chi, meditation, make sure that blood pressure, cholesterol, under control,
mar, sprigings d, birkhead j et al, characteristics of patients presenting to a cardiac clinic, palpitation, qjm, 96(2), 115-123.
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