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How To Eliminate Rapid Heart Rate Due To Anxiety

If you always experience anxiety, most likely you'll develop fast heart beat as a consequence. Most of the manifestations brought about by anxiety have correlation with increased in blood pressure. To cite some symptoms are chest pain (angina pectoris), palpitations, tachycardia (rapid heart rate), and other related manifestations. These symptoms cannot be explained physiologically because it is related to anxiety rather than physical origin.

Having a rapid heart beat is a normal reaction to normal emotions such as fear or surprise; but for a patient suffering from anxiety, it can be a systematic reaction to just about any feeling. Anxiousness can interfere quite intensely with your heart beating, and while having anxiety attacks, you may feel like your heart is about to pop out from your chest at any moment. In extreme cases, patients may even think they're about to have a heart attack and die. You shouldn't worry about that, though: the levels of adrenaline that come naturally during a panic attack almost guarantee your heart won't cease beating- however in your mind it may feel as though that's very much possible.

Once you've checked with your doctor and he has ruled out any all scenarios of heart problems, it will follow naturally that your racing heart is caused by nothing other than psychological anxiety. The next best thing to do after ruling out other causes of tachycardia is how to battle anxiety. This may seem impossible at first, but you'll slowly get better doing so. Remember that the severity of the symptoms of anxiety depends on how one reacts to it.

Remember: if you have an anxiety disorder, then anxiety is your actual problem - not the unpleasant sensations you may get from a racing heart or similar symptoms. Alleviating the symptoms won't eradicate the main cause. If our ultimate goal is to be free from this manifestations and symptoms, what needs to be done is to cater the culprit which is anxiety rather than attacking the symptoms directly.

Asking an advice and assistance from a professional psychiatrist will help you in overcoming anxiety disorder, however there are also easy ways on how to combat anxiety by yourself. Incorporating exercise in your regular routine can relax both yourbody and mind, and deep breathing exercises can help you calm in times of actual anxiety attacks.

You can also try doing some yoga or meditation, or start jogging. Any activity that you may enjoy that makes you feel more relaxed and less anxious will definitely contribute to soothing your anxiety and dismissing its unpleasant symptoms such as a racing heart. Whatever you do, just remember that you need to break the cycle between your anxiety and your racing heart; worrying will only make you more anxious, which will in turn make your racing heart episodes more intense and frequent.

Once you've come to terms with the fact that anxiety may indeed be the source of your rapid heart beat, you will be in a better position to deal with it. And dealing with it may actually be a lot simpler than you imagine. There are three important interventions that we should include in our daily activities - (1) decrease caffeine intake; (2) increased physical activity such as sports; and (3) practicing deep breathing exercises. If you start following this advice, your problems will clearly vanish within a month.


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