I find elevated heart neat while entering sleep/difficult to sleep, if I drink the previous night,, so in short I am stopping drinking,, and mostly after stopping drinking for a week or so it reduces,,, but not sure for how long,,
Try stopping drinking and even smoking which helps,, the medicines like luvox can give a temperory relief, but on a long run,, stop smoking drinking and start workouts
My doc put me on the lowest dose of Metoprolol (the slow-release kind is good as it spreads the dosage out over day and night), and it helps keep my PVCs under control. When your heart gets extra whacky, try coughing hard to see if that "resets" it.
I just got my Holter monitor results back and they said it showed normal sinus rhythm and low grade ventricular ectopy, but nothing to worry about she said , still waiting in echo results! She told me ventricular ectopy is basically pvcs , is that correct? Anyone know? The nurse is the one who called me with results!