Hi Kitt, stunning post.
Adrenaline is an instigator for my PVCs. Happy
adrenaline, anything that stirs strong emotions.
I used to represent union workers on safety issues. The meetings with the company would cause me great stress (in retrospect, most meetings were not as inimical as I felt they were at the time, but if it wasn't my nature to overreact to those situations, I may not have PVCs now) and I'd take a little Klonopin to get me through. As these perceived tense meetings did not occur daily, I did not take Klonopin very often, and by far, most meetings were not likely to cause tension, so it was not needed.
But during those meetings, my heart rhythm was absolutely insane, I've almost left more than a few meetings to go to the plant hospital.
One cardiologist I saw felt that once adrenaline was released to the blood, its effects persist for some time, and that modest exercise would help to eliminate the adrenaline.
Many to most people that have these benign rhythm disturbances don't feel them. That's hard to believe, but apparently true. I've had these for more than 40 years, I can't imagine (but would like to) what life would be without them.