Well obviously the anxiety disorder itself needs to be treated properly to abolish the symptoms of shortness of breath and tachycardia, in addition to medications that aim to decrease the baseline heart rate should it found to be elevated most of the time throughout the day (this can be found out by doing an ECG over a stretch of a few hours). Talk to our health provider about your treatment options, and introduce he necessary lifestyle changes (reducing stress, caffeine, and tobacco, regulating sleep) that are important adjuncts to medical treatment.
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