It started a few weeks ago I suddenly woke up And my heart raced to around 180. It wouldn't slow down and I thought I was having a heart attack. My the time the ambulance got here after 40mins it had dropped to around 120. I got told it was a panic attack witch annoyed me at the time. Since then I have had blood tests and a 24 hour ECG witch came back normal. I wake up most mornings where I feel my heart go faster then I get a rush reeling and it goes bananas. I have since started to relax as much as possible I don't get out of breath or panic it's weirded. It starts to slow after a few mins now. I do suffer from panic attacks at the mo so wondering if anyone else is having similar problems as me and have you any tips? :) ps I also have acid reflux and have been treated for h pilori at Christmas
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