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superman0101
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   Posted 7/5/2015 1:54 PM (GMT -7)   
hello kindely help me out with this prob...
i m 20 yr old...i hv hiatus hernia problem...nd gastric proble.
and sometimes anxiety too.whn i was at home i was ol well as i came outside for higher stydies it oll occured.i having heart palipitation nd bp prob. my whole heart chekup is done it was oll normal..ecg tredmil test blocking test...or values are normal still some times i hv heart palipitation.dnt knw wot iz the reason.. i gained weight suddenly frm 72 to 80. so kindly help me out ..plzz

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   Posted 7/6/2015 3:09 AM (GMT -7)   
hi superman. heart palps are very common. anxiety can cause this. it is a very common symptom of anxiety. doing deep breathing exercises help. i use this technique. breathe in via the nose, deep breath, hold for a few seconds and slowly exhale. being under stress and pressure can cause this too. you have been given the all clear, so try not and over think it. walking is good. take some weight off and clear ya head. have a chat with ya doc about your anxiety and stress. there are various treatments, medicine, coping skills etc. keep talking with ya doc. welcome 2 the forum. i don't know much about hernia, gastric, a little as i take stomach pills to drop the acidity.
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DanielleSchwartz
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   Posted 7/25/2015 6:39 AM (GMT -7)   
Hi Superman,

I know little about gastric/bypass stuff, but I do know a bit about sleep apnea. Have you checked into that possibility? If you do a google search on sleep apnea and/or obstructive sleep apnea, you'll find a lot of information about it. It can be the cause to heart palpitations and that "fluttery" feeling.

If you do feel that you identify with the symptoms caused by sleep apnea, you might want to check into some alternatives to help alleviate and deal with some of your symptoms. Just do searches like, "Best snoring mouthpieces," or "Top anti-snoring devices". You may find a solution to your problem.

Good luck!

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   Posted 7/25/2015 11:55 AM (GMT -7)   
i have severe obstructive sleep apnea, and use a cpap. did not know about palps and apnea. cheers. talk with ya doc.
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