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I have another question as a side note. I find that when i wake up in the middle or the night or in the morning that my heart races… But im laying down? Wouldnt pots mean only standing up, your heart races? I find when i sit up in my bed for awhile while drinking some cold water, my heart slows down again. Is that normal in pots? I dont think im waking from a nightmare either or have sleep apena.
That was one of the signs picked up by my cardiological testing – tachycardia at night, 146bpm when doing nothing. I noticed it and questioned my cardiologist but he just dismissed it and gave me a wry smile, a ‘nudge nudge, wink wink’ kind of smile. I think he was hinting I was having nookie – I WISH! No, the tachycardia just happened all by itself, whilst doing absolutely nothing, not even dreaming.
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