Six months ago, my heart beat faster suddenly because I stayed up late. Since then, I have been worried about fainting, sudden death and insomnia every day. I feel unreal every day. I walk top heavy and often have chest tightness, panic and upset. I have done ECG for many times, and one 24-hour ECG is normal. Recently, my body was very uncomfortable. I had a physical examination, which suggested that the right atrium was hypertrophic and the ECG was critical normal. Now I am more worried and anxious, which seriously affects my study and is very painful. I hope to get the help of a doctor.
Before, because of the sudden acceleration of heart rate due to staying up late, considering the existence of arrhythmia, it is recommended not to be too nervous and alleviate anxiety. At ordinary times, we must pay attention not to stay up late, smoke or drink. We can consider improving the endocrine examination, especially the examination of thyroid hormone. If necessary, we need to complete the examination of 24-hour ambulatory electrocardiogram
According to the situation you described and the pictures you uploaded, there are dizziness, panic, heavy head and light feet, poor sleep and great mental pressure, which affect sleep. These situations are related to your anxiety. As for your ECG, there should be no problem with right atrial hypertrophy. Please rest assured. Or would you like to see a psychiatrist
This is mainly combined with 24-hour ambulatory electrocardiogram, cardiac color Doppler ultrasound and thyroid function. If ok, it is mainly to consider the possibility of anxiety disorder. Combined with Hamilton Anxiety and depression scale, drug treatment is effective when necessary.