when i pray i get this burning feeling in my chest like heartburn wat is that?

ok do i have a jinni in me or am i just impatient 4 prayer?

Update:

thats so stupid obviosly but it only happens when i pray DUH!!

Update 2:

i apologise aussie i was wrong thank you

and es ay i wish that were true but i doubt it i just feel something making salah a burden . . . like im doin some thin i dont want to do although i know i have to cus its the right thing . . .

Update 3:

u all are not getting me at all

its sorta a feelin of frustration and impatience

i hope some 1 understands cus im startin to get that same feelin now!

thx for the tries tho . .

Update 4:

frustration and impatience like when u do a chore u dont wanna do or when something takes too long

ive always been off and on prayer

but now i wanna b sraight up ON prayer

cus i know this life is nothing

as the rasool said this life is nothing but a drop of water compared to a ocean

or sometin like that

anyways u get my point i jus thought that mayb i had a jinni or sometin . . .

Update 5:

also i appreciate the time ur taken for me officer really thx

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I think it's some kind of evil forcy trying to distract you from praying.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Any Anti Jinn advice would work fine as long as you take it with pepto bismol.:) Couple of times I had a feeling after my prayers when I asked for something. Once was about 22 years ago when i was praying to quit smoking. once was when I was going through divorce couple of years ago. I am dying for that feeling to come back. As if I was being showered by blessing from head to toe. And my prayers came through pretty much right away. even though it came through with the harshest conditions but the result was ever lasting. Some christians like Joel Osteen call this feeling, the holy spirit taking over your body. I feel so blessed to be a Muslim.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It's an adrenaline rush - your fight or flight response is kicking in for some reason. This is not a bad thing, but excess adrenaline can have negative side effects (adrenaline exhaustion for one).

    I think it just means you are very anxious for prayer time to come so you get over excited when it is almost time and you get an adrenaline rush when you are praying.

    EDIT: thumbs down? Adrenaline is not a bad thing!! It's natural!

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  • 1 decade ago

    It could be congestion.

    You should have a doctor check that out for you.

    I doubt Jinn - More like natural symptoms.

    Chest pains can be a symptom of Asthma. Or you may have Anxiety. Analise your stress intake.

    Chest pains are symptoms to a lot of things such as Pneumonia, Asthma, Anxiety, cardiac complications etc.

    So you can't be diagnosed over the net.

    Edit: What do you mean by "its sorta a feelin of frustration and impatience"?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Probably when you go in sujood, there's a heaviness in your chest, because all your weight is relying on your forehead, hands, and knees.

    Other than, I'm not sure what could be a diagnosis. Maybe you feel really strongly about the prayer, and it burns up because it's a spiritual warmth for you.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Heartburn, maybe you eat too much :) dont cramp you stomach too much.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    It could possibly be a chest infection, get checked asap !i

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    make wudu properly

    oh yea and take advil

    duh

    why are you shouting at me?

    i just tryna give advice

    shoudla atleast said thanks

    Source(s): YEEE BOIII AUSSIE
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  • Allah knows best, see a doctor he might know too!

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