sometimes i feel dizzy...the other night, I can't sleep because i have shortness of breath...when i go to school or work on something...I feel more comfortable...rather than doing nothing...because every time I take my time doing nothing, I feel chest pain...a sudden contraction of my heart....are these all symptoms of heart disease????
Thanks for writing to the forum!
There is a chance that you have anemia. Low hemoglobin too can cause dizziness, pressure in chest and fatigue. It can also be anxiety. A 12 lead EKG at the time of chest pain will rule out heart problems. Low blood sugar too should be looked into and also GERD or gastric reflux.
Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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