I was gonna say, every now and again when I exercise, if I'm having a bad day with anxiety then I'll overthink when I workout and eventually have a panick episode as my workout comes to an end. I get the high h.r that fails to go down for an hour or so. But obviously it's been looked at on the stress test so I'm not really worried.
So then, tachycardia covers a whole spectrum of things.
When we exercise, what type of tachycardia does it fall in? Appropriate tachycardia? Ventricular tachycardia? Sinus tachycardia? And when we have a panick attack, would that be like.....inappropriate tachycardia or idiopathic?
NSVT: Brief runs of ventricular rhythm (lasting less than 30 seconds). The rhythm is initiated in the ventricles, and is wide complexed on EKG. Very easy to differ from sinus tachycardia.
It may or may not be dangerous. It is, however, not at all relevant in your case. The EKG showed sinus tachycardia