I'm a 27 years old male, dealing with palpitatons/tachycardia/flutters for about three years. I've had Echocardiograms, ekgs, Holters and blood tests. Cardiologist tells me of relax because I just "have a sensitive electrical syatem". What is that suppose to mean?
This year I have been living a pretty sedentary life style because most times, if I excercice, I will get palpitations. This has been going on for a long time and I've felt no other symptom except for dizziness once.
Now, lately, I've been feeling other things like vertigo but I must admit that I've been obsessing over my palpitations and that has made me anxious.
I've been taken beta blockers and they have help with the svt and palps I get with posture changes but I still get them with excercice, especially if such excercice is sudden.
Should I try to excercice despite the palpitations?
What can I do to manage my health anxiety?
Thanks for reading.