First I want to wish you a very warm welcome to the Healing Well family. You will find that there is a great deal of information and resources here in order to help you. The members here are fantastic as they are always helpful and supportive and will try to guide with whatever you may need help with. We are very happy to have you with us.
Now, about the heart palpitations. This is a very common occurance for those of us with a/p. I'm glad that you have had all of the appropriate tests dones to eliminate the possibility of a medical problem. Now you know that you don't have anything wrong on that end and that's great. When it happens it's scary there is no doubt about that and that alone can send us into a panic attack. I have had mine for over 15 years. Try to keep yourself occupied and not think about them or the "what ifs". When you do experience a skipped beat/palp, try to just ride it out by thinking of a place that you would like to be in - for me, I think of being a bird flying free in the sky on a gorgeous spring day. Just try really hard to keep busy and do what you can "go with the flow" when it happens.
I hope some of this has helped and please keep posting, we will do what we can to help and support you.
Again, welcome to Healing Well.
Co-Moderator Anxiety/Panic Disorders
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I am in no way a medical professional, any advice given is purely on an amateur level.
Please seek professional advice from your doctor.
Dx: Agoraphobia, Anxiety/Panic Disorders, Barrett's Esophagus, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Essential Tremors, Fibromyalgia, I.B.S., Mitral Valve Prolapse, Narcolepsy, PTSD, Restless Leg Syndrome, Acid Reflux, Sleep Apnea, Social Anxiety
Rx: Abilify, Flexeril, Lamictal, Lunesta, Neurontin, Nexium, Requip, Ritalin ER, Valium
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