Sometimes I notice my pulse starts to race when i'm in the shower. Does this happen to anyone else? I've had a very rough week this week with anxiety. Monday and Tuesday I thought I was going to die because my heart rate was very low (around 60 which is very slow for me). I've been on Metoprolol for about 6 weeks now, but my HR is normally around 80. I called my Dr. and she said it's still in the normal range and not to worry about it. I can't sleep though because i'm affraid i'm going to die. Then today when I was taking a shower my heart started to race (probably 120 or so). I have noticed this in the past, has this ever happened to anyone? Is it normal? Then later today I noticed my ring finger on my left hand has like a tremor when I hold my hand out and relax it. Do you think I have a brain tumor or something? Any advice would be appreciated. I just started Celexa on Sunday and I was hoping it would be my miracle cure. Now i'm thinking it might be making me worse.
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