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  1. Kim Riggleman

    I’m having heart beat issues like afib haa as vent been officially diagnosed but are afraid to go to beach for fear of heartbeat going up to 200 again a as Nd big being able to get off beach in time …

    • You need to take plenty of fruit in a cooler with Gatorade, just kick back and relax, and don’t Woodmere so much you will be fine, just remember you are in charge

  2. R.D. Whites

    I’ve had PEs and a saddle embolism before. Upon entering perimenopause, I am hot most of the time. Summer has been brutal. I have noticed severe shortness of breath and my heart racing when I get hot. Once I no longer feel hot, my breathing is not labored, and my heart rate is normal. It is good to know that just being hot can cause these problems.

  3. Carol Hogue

    I went through menopause and had no symptoms at all until after I was diagnosed that I was completely through it and then I started getting hot flashes really bad I don’t want them for about where I don’t know free years and then for the last several months they had gotten way better but the last few days I’ve been hot constantly and then when I do stuff I get the hot flashes again so I don’t know if the heart rate is causing the hot flashes or the hot flashes or what’s causing my heart to race. Kind of crazy

  4. Cheri

    Hot flashes for 13 years straight I’m 62 summer weather is my enemy my heart pumps hard in the heat and hot flashes mean I never feel cooled down. Sleeping is miserable I’ve heard some woman have hot flashes for 30 years until they die

  5. Melinda

    I had tachycardia and my HR 224. I had a monitor because this has happened since I had Covid. I was overworked lack sleep pain and too much caffeine. Luckily I do breathing exercises and I did call 911. This happen 2 am . Please if your HR over 200 go to hospital . I learned if you hold your nose and blow lowers HR. I am going to cardiologist too. I stop drinking caffeine too.

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