The Heartbeat Feels So Much That The Body Seems To Vibrate?
Slmt mlm doctor. This is a question that was once asked by a man named Maroline. R nI deliberately asked again to get a clearer explanation. The problem is what is complained by Mr. / Mrs. Maroline exactly as I feel now. Tks r nGoodnight. Warm Slm. How if my heartbeat feels so hard that my whole body vibrates in a heartbeat. I have already checked my heart (ECG), said the general practitioner of my heart is good. But my body feels jiggling especially when it is still or sleep vibration is more pronounced. And increases during activity, the stronger the harder the vibrations move. Continue to be accompanied by the body feels sleepy and want to sleep and tend to go limp and the soles of my feet and hands are slightly cramped. But my left chest doesn’t hurt. Please note that what I feel is not the sensation of jiggling. But the wobble can be seen by other people when I hold an object or put it on my body while sleeping, that object also shakes or vibrates in a heartbeat and feels very much. Do you think I’m sick or is there any medicine ?? Tks
Hello. Thank you for the question on HealthReplies.com.
Actually, the heart will surely beat at any time as long as someone is still alive, to pump blood throughout the body.
In certain normal conditions, the heart can beat faster and stronger, which is when:
When feeling very happy
Feeling anxious or panicked
Play a challenging game
Consumption of spicy food
Consumption of caffeinated drinks
A fast beat can also be caused by certain medical conditions, such as:
Cardiac conduction abnormalities
Effects of using certain drugs
If the fast beat does not interfere with activity, and is not accompanied by complaints such as weakness, dizziness, dizzy vision, chest pain, tightness, heartburn, a sense of fainting, then the possibility is still a normal palpitations. However, if accompanied by the symptoms mentioned above, be aware of a certain disease, so you should consult a general practitioner first to be able to do further tests. Your doctor will probably do a supporting examination such as a heart record, and if necessary refer you to a cardiologist for further tracking.
As for what you should do:
Perform relaxation techniques and calm yourself every time you face a condition that makes you panic or worry, or after exercising
Consumption of enough water, which is about 2 liters per day
Consumption of food according to your daily needs, avoid excessive dieting
Limit your consumption of caffeine
Avoid smoking, drinking alcohol and taking drugs
Enough rest. Sleep 7-8 hours a day
That's all the explanation from me, hopefully it helps and useful :)