I have heart beats in my right chest for the past three days, not continuously but sometimes. I am mostly busy with work. My BP was 116/77. I was diagnosed with vitamin B12, D deficiency three months back. Now it has increased and my BP is 140/80 due to excess stress in work. Now I am going to morning walk daily but a feeling of beats in right chest is there. I think it is due to stress. How to get rid of it?
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You hear your heart beats on the right side. You do X-ray of chest PA to see the heart position. You are suffering from stress and most of your symptoms are related to stress. I have gone through your reports and found it to be fine (attachment removed to protect patient identity). You should control your stress. Do breathing exercise for five minutes two times daily. Attend yoga class. All these will help you to control your stress. Make good friends with whom you can share your problem. Take a vacation from your work, go to hills or sea beach and enjoy with your family the quality times.
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