Palpitations

What are Cardiac Arrhythmias?

…Essentially, the heartbeat goes off cadence and this irregularity may or may not be felt in your body. Many people are aware of skipping, strongly palpitating or rapid heartbeats, while other asymptomatic individuals may learn of a cardiac arrhythmia at a doctor’s office visit when it shows upon an electrocardiogram…

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On the Road With Dr. Sinatra

…electro-sensitive people we met, actually turn their household electricity off while they sleep to limit their exposure. Then, there was Una. Her palpitations, rapid heart rates, and lightheadedness all dissipate when she travels. And her husband confirmed the difference in how she feels and relates when…

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Stroke Symptoms for Women

…less traditional signs and symptoms as well, including: * Facial pain or one-sided limb pain, * Nonspecific: chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, * Non-specific neurological symptoms, such as hiccups, nausea and non-focal/generalized weakness Should you experience traditional or nontraditional…

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Don’t Let Shoveling Snow Cause You To Have a Heart Attack

…also important to listen to your body. If you feel ill or develop shortness of breath, chest discomfort, lightheadedness (or dizziness), heart palpitations, jaw pain, arm pain/numbness, leg cramps, or tightness in the lungs—stop shoveling. If the symptoms persist after 3–5 minutes of rest, seek…

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Wi-Fi Radiation Prevention Tips

…children developed health issues in schools since Wi-Fi had been installed. Meanwhile, their symptoms (commonly headaches, lightheadedness, and palpitations), were alleviated on the weekends and during school vacations. This is anecdotal evidence so far, but more research is under way. Given this background…

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Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity & Arrhythmia

…identified themselves as “electro-hypersensitive,” meaning they reported experiencing difficulty with memory, concentration, sleep, vision, heart palpitations and cardiac arrhythmias with exposure to electromagnetic fields. Another 16 percent reported being a little sensitive, while 8 percent felt they…

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Stroke 101: Risk Factors for Stroke

…women. Women's stroke symptoms tend to be “non-traditional” and include facial pain, one-sided limb pain, chest pain, shortness of breath, palpitations, nausea, and nonspecific neurological symptoms such as hiccups and generalized weakness. Plus, more younger people are having strokes. If you experience…

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