What Shall We Do If We Have a Slow Heart Rate?

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Hi my name is Cheryl I have always had a low heart rate even in my early 30s I am now 57 years old and I still have a low heart rate should I be getting treatment for it
Hello, how much is your heart rate? The normal heart rate is 60-100 beats / min. If it is not slightly lower, but there is no discomfort, then there is no need for treatment. I wish you health.
How slow is a heart under 50 bad
Bradycardia, also known as bradycardia, is an important type of arrhythmia. Heart rate of normal adults ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute. If it is lower than 60 beats, it is called bradycardia. Some patients usually have a slow basal heart rate, about 50 to 60 times per minute, or even less than 50 times, and usually have dizziness, fatigue, mental retardation symptoms. Some patients usually have normal heart rate, bradycardia can suddenly appear, drop to below 40 times per minute, can appear dizziness, transient eye darkness, fatigue, palpitation, chest tightness, shortness of breath, sometimes there is a sense of impact in the precordial area, serious can occur syncope. There are also some patients with dizziness, fatigue, syncope symptoms of treatment, examination can be found in the heart intermittent arrest for a long time. In the treatment of bradycardia, if the patient's symptoms cannot be reversed after correcting the reversible causes and eliminating the influence of drugs, pacemaker implantation is necessary.
Heart rate of 45
I HAVE THE VERY SAME THING,IS THERE A TIME LIMIT ON HOW LONG THESE ATTACKS SHOULD LAST.DO IT COME A TIME I NEED TO GO TO THE E.R. WITH ONE OF THESES ATTACKS
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