No problem! I hope that you're feeling better this week. I always do after getting a scary and invasive test out of the way; once you recover from the after-effects, I mean! It's been another stressful week for me; I've been packing up all my stuff, as next week is moving week. At least my PACs have been minimal. Plus the weather has actually still been super hot here, so I have been taking breaks to take long walks. Gotta enjoy it while I can ... being in Canada, it will not last long!
It's been a pretty stressful week, actually; I'm looking for a job right now, so I've been going to interviews, which always makes me nervous. It's a good thing I bought those boots; it always helps to look good!! I didn't get the job after the first interview I had, which really bummed me out, but I still have my fingers crossed about the second. My heart has actually been behaving better this week in spite of all the stress, though. Go figure. I have nothing planned for tomorrow, either, so I am thinking some serious relaxation. The weather is supposed to be beautiful here too. Yay! I hope that your week has been less stressful than mine :0
Just a quick note to say hi Yes! I get them all the time. If I'm stressed out about anything I get alot more...every few beats. Then if I worry about it, I'll get more!!! I have totake my mind off of it & just let it do it & say to myself that it hasn't killed me yet & the EP saw I was getting like 12 a min. for long periods. Dr. appts.really get them going. Think I have health anxiety for sure. It's hard to believe these beats are "normal" Then my echo showed some mild calcification on my valves,& it freaked me out until I was told this is "normal" again. My EP told me he thinks mine were a combo of thyroid level & menopause & gerd. It's hard to ignore.... It takes work to not concentrate on my heart beat, because when I do I start getting more.
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