Effects of arrhythmia Effects of arrhythmia

Effects of arrhythmia

Effects of arrhythmia

Dr. Alexandra Staroverova, a cardiologist, explained that arrhythmia can cause weakness and a feeling of heart failure even in a healthy person.

She indicated in an interview with the newspaper "Vechernaya Moskva" that the heart rhythm of a healthy person ranges between 60 and 100 beats per minute. Small fluctuations in heart rate arising from the sinus node are called sinus arrhythmias. However, this rhythm characteristic is physiological, and can occur in anyone, most often occurring in adolescents and young adults.

According to her, dysrhythmia can be continuous or intermittent, lasting from a few seconds to several days. It can be fast or slow and make the person feel like the heart is sinking or falling, shortness of breath upon exertion, weakness, dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting.

The doctor confirms that arrhythmia can develop even in healthy people. Therefore, you must undergo an annual examination with a cardiologist. And for the elderly or those with other diseases - more often. The most accurate way to detect an arrhythmia is ECG monitoring with a Holter monitor, which monitors heart function throughout the day. In this case, the patient is asked to record everything he does in real time. Based on the results of decoding the ECG, the doctor diagnoses the causes and prescribes the appropriate treatment for the patient.

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  1. In this case, the patient is asked to record everything he does in real time. Based on the results of decoding the ECG, the doctor diagnoses the causes and prescribes the appropriate treatment for the patient.

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