Palpitations - Irregular Heartbeat (Arrhythmia)

A palpitation is an abnormality of heartbeat, but on the other hand a normal bodily reaction to such as Stress, Anxiety, Sorrows and Worries. In such situations, namely adrenaline is released, causing the heart to beat faster and harder. Increased metabolism and blood deficiency (anemia) can also cause heart palpitations because the heart must pump faster to supply the body with oxygen. Also coffee, alcohol and bad condition can cause palpitations. As is often palpitations not represent serious disease unless accompanied by experienced such difficulty breathing, dizziness or chest pain. Heart rhythm regular of nerve impulses is controlled, which is transmitted out of the heart. Normally the heart beats between 60 and 70 times per minute, or almost 3 billion times through life. You can feel your pulse (heart beats) clearly on the left side of the neck in the hole right next to the larynx.

Heart Rate - Number of beats per minute (bpm)

The resting pulse rate is around 60 beats / min for an Adult Male - and 70 beats / min for an Adult Female. Resting heart rate decreases, if you train and get in better condition. By increasing demands on the body's blood supply, for example when you run, increases heart rate to double. You become nervous or frightened, the pulse increases also and you could feel the heart pounding in the chest, while heart rate banks in the head. This is quite natural and quite harmless. In fact, the number of heart beat increases from approximately 70 beats up to 200 strokes / min. Palpitation is experienced in many situations without it means anything. For example, most experienced the feeling that the heart briefly runs strong, or that it skips a beat. There is not anything unusual in and only in cases where these extra beats are frequent and difficulty breathing, dizziness or chest pain, there is reason to seek medical attention. If blood pressure is higher than 140/90 mmHg (140 to 90 / heart rate max over the resting Heart rate), you have high blood pressure.

What to do about Heart Palpitations?

The cause of palpitations may include stress, too much coffee or other caffeinated stuff (cola, tea), too much nicotine or other illness, but also imbalances in the body in the form of lack of calcium and magnesium may be a cause. Therefore, take a break with respect to coffee and tobacco. A reduction of caffeine will typically reduce the heartbeat significantly. Observer of your palpitations repeats itself and notice whether there is also the shortness of breath and chest tightness. Think about whether you recently have been more tired and lethargic. Consider if the diet is balanced without too much fat. Exercise regularly. Experiments with techniques to manage stress such as yoga, tai chi or meditation. Check if your blood pressure and cholesterol under control. It is important to signal to the heart that now slow down. - Contact your Doctor if your palpitations recur if you feel unwell and tired if breathlessness occurs or if you experience palpitations for new medicines.

How will your Doctor treat the Condition?

The treatment will depend on what caused your palpitations. In fact, only rarely that doctors find signs of diseases of the heart, and in these cases, it will rarely be the case with medical treatment. It will often that you get confirmation that the heart is healthy, and also to explain the cause of heart turmoil, be sufficient to genes decreases and disappears. Are there recurring-end attack, you will consider giving a drug in tablet form to prevent new attacks, such as a beta-blocker (Sotacor) or a calcium channel blocker (Isoptin.) - Click about heart disease and disturbance of heart rhythm >>

Natural Herbs That Strengthen the Heart

For example, Hawthorn is good for the heart. It counteracts the heart beats extra beats and can be used by persons who have less problems with the heart that they need digitalis. At the same time increases the Hawthorn blood flow to heart muscle and improves blood flow in coronary arteries, so the risk of irregular heartbeat is reduced. You can also take a supplement of magnesium and lime (calcium), eg CalMag where the balance between calcium and magnesium are good. Furthermore, vitamin D3 is also important for the heart. The need for vitamin D3 is at least 60-70 micrograms daily. Also fish oil is effective against cardiac arrhythmias and also healthy to have, because it contains the essential omega-3 fatty acids.

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