In reality, heart palpitations usually aren’t a sign your heart’s decided to give up the ghost—but in some cases, they can be a cause for concern - Zahra Barnes


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My Story: A Battle Against Heart Palpitations

This whole thing started It started a few years ago after my first son was born. My wife and I had recently moved to Texas from Virginia. Once we arrived in Texas, we hit the ground running and quickly bought a house, then I started my new job, and then for some reason I felt compelled to immediately began a major remodeling project with the help of my grandfather. I would work all day and then come home to a quick dinner, then jump right back to work on the remodeling project, all while our two month old screamed in the background because of a reflux issue. So, after a few weeks of hardly any sleep my heart apparently got knocked off rhythm and I developed an irregular heartbeat.


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 My Story: A Battle Against Heart Palpitations

It started off with just an occasional hard thud that I would casually notice while working on the house. Then once I realized that my heart was actually skipping, it had my full attention. And the skips began to escalate. It got so bad that I almost passed out and thought I was dying of a heart attack at the ripe old age of 28.

12 Potential Reasons You're Having Heart Palpitations

If you’ve ever experienced a heart palpitation, you know that the feeling of having a fast, fluttering, or pounding heart is scary, to say the least. But despite the freakiness, experts say heart palpitations happen pretty often—and they’re usually not dangerous or a sign of your impending doom.

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