The Cause Of The Heartbeat Feels In The Neck Like Fatigue?
Tonight !!!. Want to ask. Why when I stand when I want to sit. My heart beats on the neck … and it feels like a tired person after a hard work. But the problem is what I don’t do. Every time I walk from the street when I sit suddenly a heartbeat feels in the neck. And so tired. Is it normal? Or from efeck stomach acid gerd pain. Please reply
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First of all, I want to clarify first the psychosomatic terms that you use. Basically psychosomatic is a condition where certain physical symptoms arise due to certain mental factors such as emotional stress, excessive anxiety, depression, etc. Psychosomatic can occur at any age.
Basically, human heart beats can indeed be felt along your arteries (especially in large arteries). One large artery does pass through your neck (called a carotid artery). You can feel the pulses of the carotid artery when you attach it and press your finger slightly in your upper neck (under the right and left corner of the lower jaw, between the sternocleidomastoid and your trachea). Therefore, if your pulse changes (faster or slower), or if your blood pressure increases, you can also feel your heart rate in that part of your neck.
For now, you should try to check with a cardiologist to find out for sure whether there are certain abnormalities in your heart, such as heart dysfunction (heart failure), heart valve disorders, arrhythmias (heart rhythm disorders), or other disorders. The doctor can recommend doing an EKG and echocardiography to find out. Your doctor may also recommend that you do a hormone examination (thyroid hormone) if there is a suspected thyroid hormone disorder that can also cause the symptoms that you feel. If you experience chest pain that is very heavy and sharp, you experience severe shortness of breath, immediately go to the hospital.
If there are no specific physical diseases (in the heart, lungs or other organs, there are no hormonal disorders as well), and the symptoms that you feel are more likely to occur when you experience emotional stress or when you are anxious, then you can suspect that you experience is a psychosomatic disorder. The doctor can refer you to a psychiatrist for further evaluation and management.
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