So, I have seen the doctors about twice: ER and a complete physical... Blood test, EKG, and CT scan of the brain have all been done. I had symptoms where I would feel my heart beating... not faster or slower, I just noticed it.. From then on I would concentrate on it and feel it all the time.. that accompanied some tingling (kind of like pins and needles) feeling in my fingers and sometimes hand.. they last about a second and they go, and it happens a few times a day.. along with that, my legs and arms feel like they move slower but there not weak.. just kind of feels like its slow but there is no weakness or pain.. I also get some burning sensations and tensions.. and headaches.. the doctor said from all of the test, that it was anxiety due to all the symptoms coming after a stress week at school... Ideas???View Thread
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