Can anxiety really cause T-wave inversions? It may seem strange, but it’s possible. This blog post will examine the link between t wave inversions and anxiety disorders to help you better understand what is happening when these two things happen together. The T-wave inversion is a type of cardiac arrhythmia. This means that the electrical impulses are no longer being conducted smoothly through the heart, but instead they “spike” or go at an irregular rate – resulting in different types of waves on the ECG reading (EKG). When this happens, you may feel lightheaded and dizzy which can be alarming since it feels like something has gone wrong with your body. In reality, there’s nothing really wrong going on here; it’s just one more way for the sympathetic nervous system to tell us when our brain isn’t doing what we want it to do! The first step then would be to address anxiety levels by finding out how much stress you’re feeling

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