Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. The normal heart rate is in the range of 60-100 times per minute. More than 100 times will be called tachycardia, less than 60 is called bradycardia, and if palpitations (not necessarily fast) it is called palpitations. Knowing a normal heart condition, it is not only from the beat. If the beats are normal but the rhythm is not uniform or irregular, increases by one or decreases by one, then there may be abnormalities behind it. A condition where heart rhythm is irregular, called arrhythmia.
Arrhythmia can occur due to various things, including:
Alcohol consumption Smoking, both actively and passively Imbalance of blood chemistry Thyroid gland disorders Side effects of drugs High blood pressure Coronary heart disease or other disorders of the heart History of heart surgery
Our advice, if indeed you feel that way, it must be confirmed again by direct examination of the heart record by a cardiologist. By checking through the heart record or ECG, it can be clearly seen if there are abnormal beats and through in-depth interviews by a cardiologist, it can be assessed which of the possibilities above is the cause of your condition. The handling that you will receive later will also depend on the results of the examination, because each of these possibilities is different.
As for feeling dizzy when you wake up from sitting or sleeping, this usually occurs because of low blood pressure that is triggered by the position. To overcome this is not in a hurry to change position. In addition, overall avoid consuming carbohydrates such as rice, pasta and noodles in excess, avoid stress, multiply the consumption of vegetables and fruit, multiply drinking less water, reduce salty foods, and if symptoms persist or worsen, consult a doctor immediately. So, hopefully answering your question.