My pulse rate is quite normal and I very rarely have palpitations.
I have increased my exercise in the last few months and my resting pulse rate does seem to have dropped a few beats per minute. Questions about extra or double beats crop up from time to time and the first thing to say is that I am sure you do not have anything to worry about here.
I am a 37 year old woman, slightly overweight (about 14 pounds), reasonably fit but have smoked for the past 20 years (around 20 per day).For the last year (at least), I have had a strange intermittent feeling in the middle of my chest.It feels as though my heart beat stops, pressure builds up and then there is a sudden strong heart beat.As long as this is infrequent and you don't have prolonged palpitations, no harm should come of it and your heart will be quite healthy.Of course if you think it gets increasingly troublesome you should ask your doctor about it, but I very much doubt that this will be problem for you.
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Heart palpitations are heartbeats that suddenly become more noticeable.Your heart may feel like it's pounding, fluttering or beating irregularly, often for just a few seconds or minutes.You may also feel these sensations in your throat or neck. online dating sex Leipzig Palpitations may seem alarming, but in most cases they're harmless and aren't a sign of a serious problem. These are known as ectopic beats and are also usually nothing to worry about.They're unlikely to be caused by a serious problem and probably won't need treatment.
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But it's a good idea to contact your GP if: If you can't have an ECG at your GP surgery or your doctor wants to arrange heart monitoring over a longer time period, you may be referred for tests at a local hospital.
These extra beats can be seen on an electrocardiogram (ECG) and are called 'extra systoles'(pronounced 'sis-toll-eese').
This can happen in a perfectly healthy heart, and they are in fact usually abolished by exercise, so I don't expect you will feel them then. Often there is no reason at all, but they may occur more frequently when there is a bit more adrenaline in the system, such as if you are stressed, and they can happen more often if certain stimulants are in the system, the most common being caffeine.
I have a 1st degree av block and it was noted on a 24hr ECG that my heart stopped for 2 secs (will operate after 4 secs apparently.) Because of my concerns for my health..ironically I have stopped doing any exercise as each time I do I get lots of flutterings in chest, thumps and what feels like an irregular heart beat. I was feeling great today, so thought i'd exercise..10 mins on the stepper and I had another thump & fluttering's episode.
I also get alot of squeezing in my chest and throat (heart, windpipe or stomach.sure) and it causes me to cough.