Bria.. I get more of them laying down than I do standing/sitting. I think sometimes it has to do with the heart changing into "relax" mode from "busy" mode. I learned Chris's information years ago and never eat, or eat a light snack, before I lay down. They did decrease dramatically.
If you have never had these checked out then I would see a doc about
them, mostly just to ease your mind.
I used to have massive panic attacks when they would start, now after testing and learning about
them, I can ignore them majority of the time. I just roll to a new position and sigh.
My doc told me to cough when I felt them, for some reason it's supposed to kick in some system somewhere that tells the heart to go back to normal rhythym. (wow.. that was pretty unscientific..lol.)
Best wishes, Sarah
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