Thanks for all these additional details.
I am sorry to hear about your problem and I know how worrisome this situation can be for you but hopefully, we can resolve this.
Well, the normal heart rate for a healthy person ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute.
Sometimes, the heart might beat slower/ faster, or differently than usual for a few reasons-
· stress, anxiety, or panic
· low potassium
· low blood sugar
· too much caffeine, chocolate, or alcohol.
Stress is one of the common causes of increased heart rate.
Even the weather, like high temperatures or humidity, can raise it.
Having an imbalance of electrolytes, minerals in the body can also raise the pulse rate.
Smoking could also raise pulse rates.
You can follow the below measures-
· Don't smoke.
· Cut back on alcohol, or stop drinking it altogether.
· You can make sure you eat regularly.
· Drink plenty of fluids.
· Get enough sleep.
Please don't worry at all, you are absolutely fine and healthy.
As you have a recent heart test, So I am relaxed.
There is no reason for worry.
It sounds to be anxiety or panic attacks. It doesn't sound to be related to heart disease or any other serious issue.
Please be relaxed.
You would be safe, No need to get panic.
Please calm down.
Sometimes, during a stressful period's such symptoms can come.
-Please avoid caffeine, alcohol.
-Please get engaged in aerobic exercise and stress-management techniques like deep breathing and yoga.
-You can laugh more or watch a comedy or read a funny book.
-Connect with friends and family.
-You can go to meditating and yoga, it would quiet your mind.
To be honest and from my clinical experience, I can say that your symptoms are related to Anxiety issues.
Please don't worry and don't think you are a sick person. You can follow healthy eating and lifestyle changes, it would be very useful.
Hope I have been able to clarify the situation for you and helped in resolving your query.
Please let me know if you have any additional questions or if you want to discuss this further.
Get well soon!