Hello im 22 years old and fairly fit, I do quite alot of heavy lifing as im a removals man and try to run most nights as im slighty over weight im and 15stone and 5.9.
I eat a fair good diet cook 95% of my own food from scratch so i can control what im eating.
[THE PROBLEM] It started maybe 12months ago i get very erratic heart beat im not sure weather its missing a beat or adding a beat to manty but i am very aware of 1 beat in so many i can feel my heart for 1 random beat and this can happen every 30 beats to every 500 beats.
Some days its 100% Fine no problems at all and some days it does it like 4 - 7 times a min.
when it happens its quite scary actually.
I did go to my docters but on the day it was fine "typical" But he really checked me over and said i have no problems.
I did cut out all tea coffee fizzy drinks ect for maybe 3 months and didnt make any difference.
Its really random and i just wanna get to the bottom of it because its not right.
Any help would be amazing thanks alot.
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