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Can heartrate changes cause palpatitions? watch

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    Was on my bike earlier, riding fast, I came to a complete stop, quickly, and jump off the bike (was rushing to the bank).

    I then noticed my heartbeat would flutter. It would do it once, few seconds later, again. This lasted about a minute. Each time it lasted about a second.

    I've had heart palpations for years, 7 years almost, with no heart condition. Ive had tests, and nothing. I am wondering if it's either something to do with the electronic signals that travel to the heart. Maybe my brain is giving me more of them under certain conditions.

    I had no pain, no dizziness, no shortness of breath or anything, and never have in the past when I've had palpatations.

    At first I thought maybe its because my body needed more oxygen when cycling fast, and when I came to a stop suddenly, my body got sort of confused.

    I'm healthy. I cycle a lot.
 
 
 
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