Wake Up with a Racing Heart?








Wake up with a fast pulse rate? Here are some potential causes and what you can do about them.

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0:00 Wake up with a racing heart?
0:10 The difference between palpations and fast heart rate
0:58 Potential causes of tachycardia
4:24 Tachycardia natural home remedies
6:58 Need keto consulting? Call this number!

Heart Palpitations:

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Overactive thyroid:

EMF:

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In this video, we’re going to talk about why you might wake up with a racing heart.

Having a fast heart rate (over 100 beats per minute) is called tachycardia.

We first need to differentiate between the feeling of a fast heart rate and the feeling of heart palpitations. They can feel very similar at times. However, you can measure your heart rate by feeling your pulse to check for your precise heart rate.

Heart palpitations may feel like your heart is temporarily speeding up or slowing down—or they can feel like your heart is flipping and flopping.

The following are potential causes of tachycardia:
1. Alcohol
2. Sugar
3. Low potassium
4. Low magnesium
5. Low vitamin B1
6. Stimulants, such as caffeine
8. Anemia
9. Dysautonomia – stress
10. Excessive exercise
11. Too acidic
12. High or low blood sugar

The best remedies to help promote a healthy heart rate are:
• Breathing exercises
• Celery
• Avoid carbohydrates and sugar
• Long walks
• Avoid EMFs

If you’re not already on keto and intermittent fasting, check out some of my other videos. The Healthy Keto diet is a great way to support your health naturally and remove many of the potential triggers of a fast heart rate. Give it a try and let me know how it works for you.

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Thanks for watching. I hope this helped explain the potential causes of a racing heart or tachycardia. I’ll see you in the next video.

25 Comments on “Wake Up with a Racing Heart?”

  1. I keep waking up with my limbs out of circulation and then my heart starts pounding. It's the scariest feeling in the world and I can't continue to live like this. I know that my iron is low so I'm taking supplements but I still have to deal with this scary situation. Also I have a loud ringing sound in my ear. Please 🙏🏽 for me

  2. My heart beat so fast , i feel like something in my chest moving like when i fear something , breathing slowly and with difficulty just to stay alive(horrible experience ) , dizziness, i feel like i am in agony, this is very terrible

  3. True, dear Doctor Berg i must do plug out Wi-Fi internet connection and switch off electrical light at 5 o'clock in the afternoon to comfort my body to have good sleep Wi-Fi waves are harmful also in physical body of man if too much

  4. I woke up with heart racing, definitely tachycardia because I checked with blood pressure monitor. Multiple nights. The cause? Doctor had added AMLodopine 5mg to my meds. Though it took some time to realize that was the cause. At first you can’t tell if it’s change in body per se or the change in meds.

  5. Many thanks Dr. Eric. It happened to me once and were worried sick, drowning in my second thoughts. Until I realized had a potassium deficiency in my body. I'm really happy that I recovered. Again thanks Doc!

  6. 2022 and this post is still helping
    Mmm, too much Acid huh? Does that mean acid reflux or GERD would cause this as well? I was diagnosed with GERD and had been waking up with a racing heart and my Doctor gave me an antidepressant for stress!! Sure there's some stress there we're in a plandemic!! But I do not believe that's the cause of it. Thank you, Doctor, I'll have to make another appointment and tell my Doctor what my internet Doctor says 🤣

  7. I just saw this today, thank you for this information 👍 I have this problem with waking up with a racing heart my doctor put me on diltiazem n it helped me from not waking up with racing heart… have some side effects so took me off of it n I'm nervous it will start back up again. Will try to stay away from sugars…my doctor told me nooo salt n he told me the reason I'm having this its from anxiety, nerves n stress…..Thank you Doctor Blessings ✝️🙏

  8. I took mucinex for a cold. Didn't know it had benadryl. that benadryl kicked up my heart rate and gave me the jitters…..and this was after I stopped taking the mucinex.

  9. Celery: which part ? The green stems or the roots ? Thanks

    Funny, my normal heart beat is 60-62 beat/min. When I got up to 73 it felt like my heart was pounding and I couldn't keep standing, i had to sit or lay down, but for the hospital staff it was a normal heart rate ….. for me it's absolutly out of whack and unbearable ! I feel like i'm gonna have a heart attack !!

  10. I turn to my left side and my heart mellows out, it races sometimes when I'm on my back sleeping, and I get the deafening of my ears in and out, but it always goes away when i go to my left side, dont know why, but ive found it immediately works.

  11. I wake every 90 minutes approximately with a fast forceful heartbeat, it started 7 months ago after I was prescribed 50mg premethazine for insomnia, I woke with very elongated heartbeats and was blacking out between the beats.. I think my heart muscles have been damaged,..

  12. So many ppl complaing about this around me.. yet doing nothing about it by eating junk or sugar during the day. Well I'm sorry….no sympathy for you. Take control of your life and deal with your issues! The tools are right in front of you!

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