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Discussion in 'Health & Fitness' started by losh1971, Apr 12, 2019.
Well good you have found something is not right.
How are you going 12 months later.
Still get it every few months but doc is not concerned at this stage.
I Went out for a bike ride today, pushed till I hurt bad, I'm sure the doctor would not be happy with my heart rate.... Either that or I hurt someone else cause employers are ******* me off something chronic.
Yes My friend I had had at least 8 Angina Attacts, A few Panic Attacks, a big HEAT ATTACK, and 5 Strokes and now trying not to die with Chinese Flu.
Most people that I know including me have a issue with their sternum or gastric re-fux or costochondritis (Google this). If you have anything like Gastric Re-Flux what I did and it Fixed it with TWO HOUSE BRICKS, Yes put these two house Bricks on the head side of your bed so you bed is tilting toward your legs, LOL,LOL,LOL. it works for me and has worked for many of sufferers.
It is worth checking to make sure its not lower esophageal carcinoma. It is easy to miss.
If or when I have a Panic attack or have a higher than normal Heart Rate "eg" Scott Maclachlan winning too many races in a mustang it come up in my fitbit watch. Yes a higher rate up to 140 BPM
urghhh not that, It could be cancer.Funny thing is I had to go to Prince Charles Hospital not long ago for a heart check up and when I was there I had a Deep conversation with a guy of my age and we compared our issue we had and have and on the other side of the lounge there was a Family and one of them was a young fit man dressed it footy clothes (Look like a NRL Forward) and he passed out from the lounge. Later on His mother said to us he passed out listen to you talking all about the issue you both had. Geee I was lucky I was not talking about my Thrust Vectoring hemorrhoids. LOL.
GERD, gastric reflux, difficulty swallowing with a history of smoking and alcohol consumption are risk factors for esophageal carcinoma. A late discovery has a low survival rate. It is a fact of life that alcohol is popular but it also has a good chance of giving you social problems and some sort of cancer.
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