Low pulse, what to do?

By Admin | Health Recipes
15 June 2016

the pulse depends on the heart rate.Any changes in height, filling, frequency and rhythm pulse beats, indicate any disease.And a man who has changed from time to time pulse, immediately raises the legitimate question of what to do if a low pulse?

Changing the pulse may be due to several reasons, for example, this can happen if a person was in a different climatic zone (after the trip), or if the body is not yet accustomed to the changed environmental conditions.Even swimming in cold water or an unexpected blow to the chest can cause a change in the rhythm of the pulse.This is called bradycardia and as a rule, it is no danger to health in general is not!

As if beating of your heart rate less than 60 beats per minute and also you feel chronic fatigue, chills, or have been brittle nails, hair loss, then we can talk about problems with the thyroid gland.

also slowing heart rate is possible if you are taking medications for hypertension or against disorders of cardiac rhythm.The composition of these drug

s include beta blockers, can significantly slow the heartbeat rate.

But changing the pulse is not always associated with such frivolous reasons.This often happens as a result of heart disease: heart disease, hypertension, ischemia, and so on. D.

If you change the pulse is observed quite a long time, be sure to visit a doctor in time to determine the cause of which has involved a change in heartbeat rhythm pulse.

What to do in such a situation?

  • main thing is not to take any drugs without a prescription.After the necessary research doctor will make a diagnosis and, based on it, you will be prescribed a course of treatment.Sometimes one prescription drugs is enough to bring back to normal heart rate.But in other cases it is necessary to implant a pacemaker.
  • If heart rate reduction caused by vascular dystonia, or hypotension, you can take a tincture of eucalyptus, ginseng and guarana.Also, in such a situation it is allowed to use a mustard plaster to be imposed on the area where the heart is located.