Heart Rate Seems To Stop For A Moment?
I often experience where my heartbeat will be gone but only 1 second only, as if to die. it happens very often. and I feel it right. that’s all that I feel the rest I have never felt anything.
Hello, thanks for the question.
Heart rate that is felt to stop, can be because the heart rate slows down or slower than normal or stops due to electrical heart impulse interference. The heartbeat of a healthy adult, normally ranges from 60 to 100 times per minute. This heart rate can become faster in conditions of anxiety, fear, doing strenuous activities, fever, and so forth. At the time of normal or slower heart conditions will feel like not beating, even though our heart is still beating and not felt by us. However, in some conditions, such as heart rhythm disturbance or arithmetic where irregular heart rhythm, heart rate such as jumping / missing, heart rate is too fast or too slow, and others can cause complaints such as heart rate stops, so it needs to be aware of especially in people people with a history of previous heart attacks, heart failure, thyroid disease, potassium or calcium deficiency, and diabetes. Several other causes can also cause similar complaints, for example due to consuming caffeine, stress, anxiety, tension, panic, or consumption of certain drugs (including drugs to treat symptoms of increased stomach acid). However, it is generally harmless. To be sure, it is necessary to do a direct examination by an internist or cardiologist and other additional examinations, such as electrocardiography (ECG), X-ray, echocardiography, and others as needed. This rhythm disorder needs to be handled quickly and precisely because it can cause a decrease in awareness, chest pain, tightness, and weakness. Some things that can be done to prevent complaints from arising include:
Perform a healthy lifestyle
Eat healthy and nutritionally balanced food
Avoid stress, cigarettes, and alcohol
If complaints such as decreased consciousness, shortness of breath, and chest pain, you should immediately visit the nearest hospital.
Thus, hopefully it helps.