How Long Does The Effect Of Coffee Make Heart Palpitations?
Hello. Sorry I want to ask: My condition includes obesity with imt u0026gt; 30, yesterday I drank bottled coffee, I used to have a stomach history. Yesterday, when I consumed coffee in the morning, nothing happened, but later in the day the left side of the chest was rather painful, tightness and heart suddenly palpitated, and very nervous and cold sweat continued to vomit, after that the body was relaxed, only until now 03 / 03/20 is still weak and the heart rate is still fast (palpitations), how is that? Please explain and advise
Hello Arfa, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Palpitations or palpitations are a sensation that a person feels when the heart is felt beating faster and faster than usual.
Complaints like this can indeed be caused by excessive consumption of caffeine such as when consuming coffee or tea, and generally not a dangerous condition. However, if the palpitations are accompanied by other complaints as you mentioned above, this can be caused by several other possible conditions such as:
Heart rhythm disorders (arrhythmias) Heart attacks Panic attacks Stress Excessive anxiety Side effects of certain drugs Because one of the causes is a dangerous condition and can be life threatening, it is highly recommended to check the complaint immediately to the doctor / emergency room nearest hospital for evaluation whether the complaint that you feel is caused by excessive alcohol consumption or caused by other disorders, especially disorders of your heart. Therapy will also be adjusted to your condition.
In the meantime, aside from checking immediately, it is highly recommended to:
Avoiding consumption of coffee or other drinks / foods containing caffeine Avoiding alcohol consumption Avoiding cigarettes Limiting consumption of foods high in fat, sugar and salt Doing exercise regularly and regularly at least 3 times a week for at least 30 minutes each time with modest intensity Doing a healthy diet to help you lose weight to be more ideal Getting enough rest at least 6-8 hours a day Avoiding excessive stress / anxiety Consuming enough water at least 2 liters a day Increasing consumption of vegetables and fruits Avoiding the use of any drugs without clear instructions from the doctor May help .