Goergeanxious
If you have been checked out by a cardiologist and been told that your heart is fine would yet still get worry when your heart takes off at times ? 
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Bearspectacle
Naturally you do when you have been worrying for awhile. It's on you though, you can take the leap of faith and trust the cardiologist and the process.
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Ellen_
I have been checked twice by a cardiologist, and told that everything is good with my heart, and I also know in the Bottom of my heart that it cant be any different.. but to be honest, as soon as I get this faster heart beat I still have the fear (the what ifs) but now I try to shake it off and tell myself that ist just my anxiety and it fades pretty fast... 🙂
I think ist like bear said, as soon as you believe 100% with no doupt that you are healthy - you wont be fearful About it anymore. Im working on this..
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rinkert
A cardiologist can't afford to misdiagnose your (young) heart, remember that. Even though you may think it could be in your case, it is not. Cardiologists are highly specialised doctors who know what they are talking about.
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Goergeanxious
Bear,

very true especially if the feeling always dies down after awhile. But it’s just so damn weird how I can be still and all of sudden it goes off. Like what gives

Ellen I guess it’s just my sensitized nerves still on alert for danger and my worrying that’ what I’m feeling is something that will eventually kill me.

Rinkert,
I understand but when you’re calm and they begin to occur out of the blue is where the trouble lies. It’s so scary 
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Bearspectacle
Defo scary, it so closely resembles something about to happen that you could not distinguish the two. Yet you have to stand in the pressence of this and not withdraw in fear. Like you have to dig deep and find that part of you that is willing to do this.
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Aubriana16

I will say that yes, anxiety can definitely cause palpitations and is most often the case, but I do have some questions. Has anyone event mentioned SVT (super ventricular tachycardia) to you? I used to have it, the first time my heart got to 240 bpm and had to go to the ER and get it “restarted” and put back in sinus tach. After that it would randomly get really fast (usually over 200) and if it didn’t sort itself out I’d usually go to the ER. It’s not outright dangerous (tho it feels like it) unless you let it continue for awhile without heading to the ER if it hasn’t fixed itself. It’s basically when the electrical activity in the heart short circuits causing it to beat faster (simple definition haha, but there’s many places in the heart it can originate). I ended up having a cardiac ablation a couple years ago and havnt had issues since. I’m only bringing this up not to scare you, but SVT can variate in severity sometimes only to 130 or so bpm then sort itself out without the need to go to the ER. I’m lucky that since I had to go to the ER they were able to catch it, but sometimes if it’s not at that level it can be hard to catch as your ekg only shows up abnormal while an episode is happening. It also mimicked a panic attack/anxiety for me while happening and of course made me hella anxious. If it keeps happening could be worth mentioning!!! They would more than likely put you on a halter monitor for a few days to see if they can catch it, and if it’s normal than you have peace of mind that it’s just anxiety🙂

love and light ✨
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Goergeanxious

Bear,

yeah I understand that and the feeling has happened before but when it does come out of nowhere it just makes everything feel like an impossible mission because all I can think of is the way I’m feeling.

Aubriana16,

I don’t think it’s svt I’ve google that before and my heart doesn’t suddenly start off especially around 200s and then suddenly switches back to normal i usually start to feel my breathing getting weird and or feel a strange sensation in me and suddenly I check my heart a lot and it starts to beat even faster I gets because I’m already adding extra fear etc. 

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