I know this topic has been discussed lots before...but i'd like more answers if anyone has them. Why does changing position make the heart go wacky? For instance, if I'm sittin on the couch and then I lean over to the left, even slightly, to snuggle somebody, my heart goes wonky. Also, if I lay back on my back to quickly... I still don't understand. Help please. Could that mean a dangerous problem?
I think it has to do with the vagal nerve. Then again, it might have to do with who you snuggle........there is a real hunk who sits on my sofa, and my heart goes whacky everytime we snuggle. Seriously, it is most likely just a temporary reaction to a change in position and nothing serious. Thin people with blood pressure on the low side suffer more often from this, just my observation.
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