You should have a 24 holter monitor, ASAP, your blood pressure checked several times (and if high, treated), your medication re-evaluated. Try omega supplements, there is mre than credible evidence that they are effective (get a highly purified brand if possible). Excercise is important, as it addresses both the depression, heart, blood pressure etc. You should have an ECG (can be done at general practitioner's, blood lab, or emergency, and preferably and echo of the heart. Meditation of 20-30 minutes a day would be of great help (breath work)...sit in an upright position in a quiet area of your home, and simply breathe in deeply (through the nose) and out slowly (mouth), watching the breath (and any thoughts that arise, as if a river, or clouds....let them pass), quiet the mind...it is the goal of all yoga, and is extraordinarily important in addressing healing, as is food. Cut your salt intake, eat a few squares of dark chocolate (above 70% cacao, aand ask for any cancellations at cardiologists. Be vigilant, but nnot unecessarily nervous....you will sort this out.View Thread
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