What causes buzzing/vibration feelings in the left side of my chest? I am not sure whether it is in my heart or breast area. I had it for two days when I was resting or trying to sleep. I had it another time awhile back. It did go away, but it is unsettling while it is happening.
I'm having this exact same thing. I was interested that you said it occurred when you are resting. That is when I notice it too...When I lie down, just at the point that I am starting to doze off, I will sometimes get this buzzing/vibrating sensation in my chest. Lasts for between 30-90 seconds then goes away. No change in heart rhythm noted during the event, though my pulse may increase slightly. The event itself is not unpleasant, but at the end I am left feeling rather jittery. I used to notice it only during the day when I wanted to take a nap, but lately it has also awakened me once or twice during the night. I mentioned it to my doctor and he just gave me a quizzical look. I am on blood pressure meds, and I have noted a possible association of these events with periods of slightly below normal blood pressure. I have also considered dehydration and a hormone imbalance as possible triggers. Wish I knew what it is.
Feeling a soft, high frequency buzzing feeling upper left chest. since 5 days ago. It is intermittant (I though a soft buzz coming from a cell phone...but no cell phone in my pocket or clothing). No heart beat skips like an a-fib reported symptom. I can be sitting or walking. I only occasionally drink cappuccino or espresso. Regular pulse and I usually have low B.P.. This fine, buzziness lasts 5-10 secs, every few minutes. Almost feels electrical (nerve deep in in pec muscle? but not a twitch)
hi, are you female? I get exactyy the same thing every so often.. in 5-10 second bursts, every couple of minutes, eft side, right where the heart is. i think it's related to hormonal changes during the cycle.. there's a whole bunch of nerves there that are affected by hormones and send signals to the breast tissue - or something like that, you can google it. I had a bout of it that lasted 2 weeks and was quite intense, to the point where i was wondering if i had some nerve disorder that was also causing my constant trigemeny. But of course it wasnt. Dont stress..If you feel jittery afterwards it'll just be anxiety.
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