6-3-15: Very recently, my blood pressure hasn't increased to the point where I'll feel heart palpitations after eating or for no apparent reason very often anymore. Occasionally, this may happen once or twice for a very brief moment in the past couple of weeks or may be accompanied by tight chest muscles for a short while.
I'm wondering if the heart palpitations that can happen after eating and unexpectedly as well as the infrequently tight chest muscles may have to do with CSF pressure.
After my body endured intense seizures one day in early 2011, I haven't had nearly as much labored breathing, tight chest muscles or irregular heartbeats.
Could the heart palpitations be affected by shunt tubing that has strayed from its proper location? My shunt used to be too high and is now too low on my head.