Anxiety Symptoms Heart
Heart Anxiety Symptoms:
Behaving apprehensively (anxiety) stresses the body. A body under stress can exhibit symptoms of stress, including symptoms associated with the heart.
A body that becomes overly stressed can also exhibit symptoms of stress. So, anxiety can cause a wide range of short- and long-term symptoms, including heart anxiety symptoms.
For more information about heart anxiety symptoms, what causes them, if they are dangerious or serious signs of a real problem with the heart, and how to get rid of them, click on any of the available heart anxiety symptoms links below:
Heart Anxiety Symptoms (symptoms assocaited with the heart):
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Chest pains anxiety symptoms
- Concern about the heart
- Find it hard to breath, feeling smothered, shortness of breath
- Frequent yawning to try and catch your breath
- Heart attack or anxiety attack (panic attack)
- Heart Palpitations – beating hard or too fast, rapid heartbeat
- Heart - Irregular heart rhythms, flutters or ‘skipped’ beats, tickle in the chest that makes you cough
- Pounding heart, heart feels like it is beating too hard
- Radiating pain in the left shoulder and arm
- Shooting chest pains
- Shortness of breath
- Stabbing pains in the back, fear heart problem
- Tight band around the chest, fear heart problem
This list is not exhaustive. For a complete list of heart anxiety symptoms, see Chapter 9 in the Recovery Support area of our website. The Recovery Support area contains the most comprehensive anxiety symptoms section anywhere today, including heart anxiety symptoms. Each symptom is listed, described, and fully explained with remedies.
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Authors: Jim Folk, Marilyn Folk, BScN. Last updated April 2015.