when i'm angry and mad or nervous pain in my left arm and heart
when i get angry and mad or nervouss of something i get left arm heavy feeling and feeling of a bit pressured or like a rubbing feeling on the heart.I'm on calmants benzo. and effexor.when it gets like this i higher the dose and i feel relief.this been going since 1 year.do i have to worry?
I this has been going on for a year, it's probably not your heart, or you'd have had a cardiac emergency by now. Talk to your doctor and find out if this is a common side effect of any of the meds you are on.
Tanxxx annie,,,,i hate docs they make things worse lol,,,,,,my heart low blood pressure was always high since many years now btw 9 and 10 max sometimes but this angryness is making me all this and i have a social situation that mekes me stressfull nearly each day dats y......tanxxxx for your concern Annie......God bless you with another lovely child.
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