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Old 07-22-2010, 11:26 PM   #5
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Re: heart racing when trying to fall asleep

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Originally Posted by luvmyfamily924 View Post
Those are great news!!! I'm glad you are doing so well your advice to everyone here is so appreciated. I definitely think working out helps us with all those late night jitters and flutters and thumps and everything else. I agree eating late can really mess you up at night. 240 is a scary heart rate! Take care and keep up the good work and i'm very happy your surgery went well.
This is for those who are experiencing irregular heart beat & rapid pulse rate. All underlying problems lies in the way we breath, breath is life & one should know how to control consciously. Most of the times we forget this breath & breathe unconsciously. Follow the below method, it helps to lower the ragin hearts.

Inhale for 4seconds, hold in stomach for 8seconds, exhale for 8seconds(4/8/8). Inhale less stale oxygen, exhale more of carbon dioxide. This will help tremendously. As you have practised regularly, try to increase the ratio to 4/12/12, 4/16/16 & more. Good luck.