Myopic Vision, The Heart Beats Slowly And Is Accompanied By Fainting?
I want to ask if the effect during a relapse is a nosebleed, lightheadedness, slow heartbeat, nearsightedness and half-dark vision, chest tightness, narrow breathing, if not strong enough to faint, why is that? thank you
Myopic vision, slow heartbeat and fainting can be caused due to various causes. in addition, these conditions should be subject to direct examination from a doctor.
from the situation you are experiencing, it may be due to a heart rhythm disturbance. heart rhythm disorders or commonly referred to as arrhythmias are a problem that can occur in everyone, both young and old. there are various abnormalities in heart rhythm. heart rhythm disturbances can cause various symptoms depending on the rhythm disturbances that occur. If you feel your heart rate is slow, it may be due to an AV block heart rhythm disturbance. heart rhythm disorders in general can cause symptoms such as:
palpitations (tachycardia) or slow heart rate (bradycardia) shaking hands limp blurred vision shortness of breath easily tired when the activity of chest pain fainting heart rhythm disturbances should be treated medically by a doctor, and it is not recommended to take any drugs.
but besides that, the condition you are experiencing can also be caused by other causes such as:
blood disorders such as leukemia, coronary heart disease, low blood pressure, nasopharyngeal cancer, therefore, it is recommended that you check yourself first to a doctor, you may need additional examinations such as blood tests, X-rays, ecg, or treadmill tests if necessary.
it is important to get used to breakfast in the morning, consumption of nutritious foods. get enough rest and don't smoke.
here is an article that you can read about heart rhythm disorders
may be useful. thank you