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Synonyms for palpitation

a periodic contraction or sound of something coursing

Synonyms for palpitation

a rapid and irregular heart beat

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Excess caffeine ingestion, known as "caffeinism", is defined as a toxic condition marked by diarrhoea, elevated blood pressure, rapid breathing, heart palpitations and insomnia, caused by excessive intake of coffee and other caffeinecontaining substances.
TWICE US Tour winner JP Hayes was taken to hospital suffering from heart palpitations after withdrawing from the PODS Championship on Sunday.
clock suspense tale, "Antibodies" activates some B-grade heart palpitations toward its climax.
Adam Price, the party's Director of Elections, was struck down with heart palpitations in his constituency office last week and rushed to hospital.
Symptoms can be as varied as nervousness, shaky hands, increased sweating, lighter menstrual periods, feelings of being hot all the time, and heart palpitations.
For those who suffer from math anxiety physiological symptoms such as sweaty palms, nausea, muscle contractions, difficulty breathing, tightness in the throat and chest, headaches, heart palpitations, restless behavior, forgetfulness, and a temporary boost in one's heart rate are familiar.
On day 21 of his McDiet, Morgan woke up at 2am suffering from breathing problems and what felt like heart palpitations.
PARIS -- Depressed children with persistent abdominal pain were significantly more likely than their nondepressed peers to report additional problems such as dizziness, weakness, and heart palpitations, Cheryl Little, M.
Symptoms such as lighter, heavier or irregular periods, night sweats, hot flashes and heart palpitations are better indicators of imminent menopause.
Discontinue reading if any of the following occur: itching, aching, dizziness, ringing in ears, vomiting, giddiness, auditory or visual hallucinations, loss of balance, slurred speech, blindness, drowsiness, insomnia, profuse sweating, shivering, or heart palpitations.
One patient in the tamsulosin group reported severe weakness (asthenia), and one patient in the nifedipine group suffered transient hypertension, low blood pressure, and heart palpitations.
He was reported to have heart palpitations when in Paris in 1975 and was taken back to Chequers where he spent a week recovering.
Heart palpitations, or skipped beats, are common even among people with healthy hearts.
The data suggested that ephedra "is associated with increased risk of psychiatric, autonomic, or gastrointestinal symptoms and heart palpitations.