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Does anyone else have this sort of problem?

When I go to sleep on my side or front, I can feel my heartbeat throb through my body, and it keeps me up like a ticking clock...

I can feel it in my ear thats on the pillow, sometimes in my neck, arm, chest too...
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Yeh, all the time. I like to hear my heartbeat through my ear.

It is either anxiety, inc. sympathetic drive or you are just really fat.
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It's when it stops that you've got a problem...
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When I was little I'd get really paranoid about that! I've been told I have a really strong heartbeat anyway :confused:
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I always thought it sounded like a train when I was younger, heh. Try shifting over into a different position with a little less pressure on your head.
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just lie flat on your back OR put your face in the pillow and then smother yourself, perhaps then you will have no heartbeat troubles!
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(Original post by Indus1986)
It is either anxiety, inc. sympathetic drive or you are just really fat.
No, I'm not fat at all, and I'm not unhealthy.
And its not anxiety... Im a very relaxed person...
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yeah! i can always hear it in my ear, its weird
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Never had it, thought it was a joke when read title as never heard anyone have it.
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Yes it is normal. Tractor-girlie, you probably never heard people mention it because why would they? Hardly an interesting subject is it.
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(Original post by Indus1986)
Yeh, all the time. I like to hear my heartbeat through my ear.

It is either anxiety, inc. sympathetic drive or you are just really fat.
or really quite thin.
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I've got a freakish heartbeat too; you can see a the area under my left pec moving when my heart beats, its cool. I found the best way to deal with it is to have some 'ambient noise' to drown it out, but that doesn’t keep you awake. I usually leave the bass on from my speaker system so it drowns out everything, but is such a low frequency it doesn’t bother me. Leaving my fan on is another one, c'ept that sucks when it’s January and -3 anyway.

The only risk you run is them catching fire and burning you alive, but at least you'd be asleep.
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it doesn't keep me up all the time, but sometimes i can hear it through my bed..
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yeh. it does for me sometimes- usually if i'm having health worries or am just anxious about something- otherwise unless i've been running or something it doesn't usually affect me.
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i hear it in my ear all the time but i just ignore it or change how i'm lying to get to sleep.
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sometimes, but only if i'm lying on my left
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it could be high blood pressure! lol... ee honestly i cant believe someone said its coz ur fat!

if its like beating out of ur chest then its something else... cant remember what but it isnt serious!

get ur blood pressure checked and possibly a cholesterol test?!
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I can feel it when I sleep on my left side, so i always try and sleep on my right.
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Anonymous #1
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Ok, it seems very common then.

I just wanted to check that it def is something normal, Yah, i can feel it most when i sleep on my left side, and that the side im most comfortable on.
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Hahahahahhahahahahaa
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