(Closed) Has anyone felt this / gone through this?

posted 7 years ago in Wellness
Post # 3
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Worker bee

I feel that if I stop suddenly rather than keep walking it out.  If I am running and stop suddenly I get those weird heart beating feelings but if I keep walking to lower my heart rate at a more even pace then I don’t feel it as much.  It’s like going from 60 to 0 straight without letting yourself come down slower.

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

Just heart palputations (sp?).  Always good to get checked out, but don’t freak out.  I used to get them constantly and have to sit down or I’d pass out.  Stress increases them and caffeine will too.  If and when i do get them now, I can see my chest fluttering with the beats, and I get all out of breath and light headed.  Try to chill out and take it easy 🙂

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

@mrsBtoBee:

What you need to to do after excercising your heart beat is pumping blood to keep up with your body demands. If all of a sudden you stop than of course it keeps beating and feels weird 

Steps to avoid this.

Workout  slow down by walking slowly for 10 minutes before your workout ends not 1 or 2 minutes but 10 minutes, let your heart rate go down naturally.

Comparison

Making your car go 100MPH than pressing the break the car will naturally jolt similar to your heart first you are telling it keep up with me than you shock it by stopping all of a sudden without warning

Now your going 100MPH 10 minutes before you start to gradually reduce the speed 80 MPH , 50 MPH until you reach 5MPH (similar to your natural heart beath).

 

 

Post # 6
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

Do you have a heart murmur? I do, and it feels like that at times.

Post # 7
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I have the EXACT same thing! I believe in most cases it is called “heart tracychardia”..

My symptoms are:

Suddenly (sometimes without prior exhurtion) my heart will begin to beat about 200-250 BPM. It feels like I have a golf ball in my chest that is hindering my breathing & I feel very faint and weak (as if at the point of a black out), and then suddenly (just like it started) my heart will beat normally again. It is veryyyy scary! I haven’t went to the doctor for it yet, because I don’t have insurance & I LOVE scuba diving and fear they will ban me from doing it, but I have been going through these issues for about 3 years now..

Post # 8
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Ohh & to add: Idk if this ONLY happens to you after working out, but it isn’t so for me.

Also, I feel that if we are experiencing the same thing, the PP’s might be a little confused on what you are saying. For me, when this occurs after a workout, I will have JUST gotten done & am walking it out. It would make sense to me if it had to do with just sitting down and going for “60-0” but that’s definitely not what I do, and it’s not what causes this for me.

I’m really interested to see what the doctors say to you, & if we share the exact same symptoms, because I have been very worries about this for some time..

Post # 9
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Busy bee

make sure they check your blood pressure that can cause you to feel light headed. are you drinking alot of caffeine? that can cause your heart to race

Post # 10
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Newbee
  • Wedding: July 2012

my nephew had someting very similar to this, they were palpitations caused by a birth defect it was called  WTW syndrome or something like that. Im not saying this is what you have or anything but what if you have like a defect like that definitely need to get it checked out. He does football so the workouts are pretty strenous and these episodes would happen to him.

Well whenever this would happen to my nephew his dad would take him to the ER and theyd do an EKG on him and everything would be alright because in the elapsed time that it took to go to the doctor his heart would go back to normal. This happened about three times and everytime the doctors would say he was normal. Well they finally refered him to a cardiologist and they diagnosed him. The good thing is its rarely fatal and is treatable. Moral of the story is follow your gut. hope this helps!

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