Gosh i really dont understand this. When im in an emotional distress i get real pains in my chest and it really hurts. i went to the doctor and they just gave me something called ibuprofen ..but just calms me down and gets me extremly irritated mood with others. Then if im anxious i start tapping my feet and i speak to fast and then my heart starts beating extremly quickly and extremly fast and then later on..it kills me because my heart hurts. I dnt kno what to do anymore with these chest pains. The pain either moves to my heart or moves to my stomach and it really hurts..:'(..can someone help me..come on PLEASER with this issue..this has affected me alot..pls help :(
ye this is more common, among women but i have it too, its generally a symptom of anxiety/stress where you nervous system reacts to any small stimulus causing you to become increasingy aware of your heartbeat...... if yu think about the old phrase ' she had a broken heart' after a broken relationship it kinda makes sense....
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