It's definitely real. No doctors have ever explained it completely, however, the consensus is likely a hiked-up level of anxiety which causes the nervous system to buzz... essentially, any and all electrical activity gets picked up and 'felt'. My symptoms have just about disappeared over the years, probably since I was able to ignore this sensation. One other possibility, especially if the vibration is slow enough for you to count the beats, is that you're feeling the twittering of foci in the heart muscle...again, only because anxiety has turned up your nervous system volume.
I to have the same symptoms but mine happens always at night. I have these weird feelings in my head, weak immune system and internal/external tremors.
I am Fibromyalgia and M E sufferer which causes the problem but i need to get to the bottom of this as it's affecting my daily life. I hope things aren't persisting for too long so I would like to know how ur getting on.
I had the same symptoms. I'm not sure about you but I found out I have lyme disease. The viral meningitis could have come from a co infection. if you want more information google chronic neurological lyme disease symptoms. You have quite a few of them.
It's not anxiety and don't let anyone tell you that you are crazy. That's what they kept telling me. Don't get me wrong not knowing what is wrong with you can give you anxiety it's just not the primary cause of your symptoms. Here is also a note, just because you may test negative for lyme disease in the future does not mean you don't have it. I would seek a lyme literate doctor. Best of luck to you.
Internal tremors persisted for 10 years after the initial paroxysmal AFib. After an ablation in 2000, I played soccer regularly, and had an average of 3-6 episodes per year. The tremors had become a subtle hum, so I could easily ignore them. In 2010 I had a PVI...pulmonary vein isolation which blocks everything coming from the PV ostia). Some humming still detected upon strenuous exercise.
It's really important to get past the anxiety these things can cause. And as hard as it may seem, getting away from arrythmia boards (even such a nice one as MedHelp) is one important aspect...as they do little to quell anxiety, but they do add to it by feeding on your fear. Once you have the information you need, get out.
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