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Do you ever feel like your heart is pounding or fluttering much faster than normal? Maybe it’s like your heart is skipping beats or you feel your pulse in your neck and chest. You may be experiencing heart palpitations. They may last for only a few seconds and they can occur at any time. This includes when you’re moving around, sitting or lying down, or standing still.
The good news is that not all cases of fast heartbeat mean you have a heart condition. Sometimes the palpitations are caused by things that make your heart work harder, like stress, illness, dehydration, or exercise.
Heart palpitations are a feeling like your heart is “racing or pounding”. It can be related to an abnormal heart rhythm can feel palpitations in your chest, throat or neck.
Palpitations can happen at any time when you are resting or doing normal activities. Palpitations are not usually serious or harmful. To know the possible reasons and treatments, keep scrolling!
What Can Be The Possible Causes Of Heart Palpitations?
Most cases of heart palpitations are not considered serious unless you have underlying heart disease. Your doctor still needs to know what you’re experiencing, but your heart palpitations may not need special treatment beyond lifestyle measures.
- Heart disease or An abnormal heart valve is the main or significant risk factor of palpitation.
- Feeling or Emotions, such as anxiety, stress, fear, and panic
- When you doing Exercise, heartbeat is also increase.
- In Pregnancy, heartbeat or rhythm are also increased.
- Medical conditions such as an overactive thyroid gland; low levels of sugar, potassium, oxygen or low carbon dioxide in your blood; fever; anaemia; dehydration; blood loss and shock
- Medications such as asthma inhalers and decongestants, beta-blockers (taken for high blood pressure or heart disease), thyroid and antiarrhythmic medications, some cough/cold medicines.
- Illegal drug: such as cocaine and amphetamines (speed) are also effective on heartbeat.
- Usage of Nicotine is also affected.
- Sometimes the cause is not known.
- Feel dizzy
- confused or light-headed
- Shortness of breath
- Unusual sweating
- Sometimes person pass out when you have palpitations
If you have a history of heart disease and have palpitations that occur frequently or worsen, talk to your doctor.
Remedies To Deal With Heart Palpitations
1. Relaxation Techniques:
Try sitting cross-legged and taking a slow breath in through your nostrils and then out through your mouth. Repeat until you feel calm.
2. Stay Hydrated
Dehydration can cause heart palpitations. That’s because your blood contains water, so when you become dehydrated, your blood can become thicker. The thicker your blood is, the harder your heart has to work to move it through your veins. That can increase your pulse rate and potentially lead to palpitations.
3. Keep Your Electrolytes Balanced
Most of these electrolytes are best obtained from foods. Avocados, bananas, sweet potatoes, and spinach are great sources of potassium. To increase your intake of calcium, eat more dark leafy greens and dairy products. Dark leafy greens are also a great source of magnesium, and so are nuts and fish. Most people get enough sodium in their diet with packaged foods such as deli meats and canned soups.
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