Causes And Treats Heart Palpitations?
I want to ask.rnI suffer from a weak heart, but sometimes when I rest and no longer do any activities my pulse rate reaches 129. Is that dangerous?rnThank you
it is important for you to define which heart failure you mean, and if necessary attach any conditions that have been described by your doctor. We assume that weak heart you mean is the heart's power to pump blood throughout the body, including weakness, so that often in strenuous activities that require more blood intake to carry energy and oxygen, symptoms will occur. As for the reduced force of contraction, the heart generally compensates by increasing its heart rate. This is felt by excessive heartbeats even when not resting. In addition, palpitations or what is called tachycardia, can also occur due to other factors, for example:
lack of fluids
lack of red blood cells
psychological problems such as anxiety and panic attacks
As for us, we cannot determine what caused your tachycardia because there was no examination, nor can we determine whether the tachycardia you feel is dangerous or not. We recommend that you keep checking with your doctor to see if there is a dangerous possibility of the condition you are experiencing. Here we attach an article about tachycardia. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief