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 Can it be dangerous for a patient with a heart difibulator?
(not pacemaker) to be taser guned ? i saw police do it to my son 3 x tonight, he is 21 and was intoxictated and breached his curfew, he was in the police wagon at the time and handcuffed, when ...


 Ex heart by-pass patient, swelling legs?
My father had bypass and valve op 2 years ago.. Since that time his ankles have progressively swollen so that it is difficult to take the suggested excercise doctors recommend..

He is on ...


 Is it normal to have a low blood pressure but high pulse rate??
I'm 16, 5 feet 6, 110 lbs and my bp is 95/63 but my pulse rate is 75...(when I took it in biology class it was 112/74 and pulse rate 84) is something wrong w/ me?...


 Can you take your blood pressure too often and develop problems from cutting off blood flow in your arm?
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 I'm 40 years male , what is the normal blood pressure at this age?
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 I have just had a heart echo scan and the nurse scanned my stomach and called in the doctor?
as she had detected something but would not tell me what it was and that I would have to wait for the results to be send to the consultant before I find out.

I wish she had not said ...


 After a heart attack?
for example a person had a heart attack, how long can he still live? i mean for example he had a heart attack at 1 pm until what time can he live until you bring him to the hospital? just curious... ...


 Just need a shoulder to cry on.My companion had a heart attack this Christmas Eve day. Please pray for Bob.?
Please pray for him, thank you all so much.
Additional Details
Update on Bob, he has blockedge he didn't have a heart attack, he will have a cath in the morning, thank you for your ...


 My gramother is 91 i just took her bood preasure it was 190 over80 how is that?
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 Women, do you know the symtoms of a heart attack?
Something we should ALL want to know!

PLEASE READ ALL THE WAY THROUGH!

She said she didn't feel well and had a back-ache and was going to lay<...


 Does eating pork causes high blood pressure?
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 I think theres something wrong with my heart?
its just something isnt right at allllll .. when my hand wants to reach a place it sends signs to my brain then my brain either approves it or not , maybe my hands want to reach something
really ...


 Chest pain after complete cardiac work up and everything came back normal.?
Hi my name is Ally and Im new to this, so lets start from the begining. On March 30 2007 was having a normal day then BOOM all of a sudden had shortness of breathe arms numb chest pain I felt like I ...


 How do i no i have got angina?
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 Is dementia a normal part of the ageing process.?
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 How do you mend a Broken Heart ?
Mine has been broken 20 or more times....


 How does stress affect our life expectancy?
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 Who do you think would live longer?: A 170lb smoker or a 300lb. nonsmoker.?
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 What are the symptoms of high cholesterol?
What are the symptoms of high cholesterol levels?...


 My brother is 17, could this be a stroke, help !!!!?
My brother is 17 yrs old, could this be a stroke, plz respond?!?
My brother is 17 yrs old, my mom told me that he woke up with a headache and then he couldn't feel his hands or legs and ...



ehrenreichyetter
How do i naturally slow a rapid heartbeat?
                     





johneonykk
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relax


drmalinsky
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Exercise, build endurance. Athletes usually have a slow heart beat.


serenitynow
deep breaths in through the nose, out through the mouth.


Linny
Relaxation techniques and hypnosis are two ways to naturally slow a rapid heartbeat, BUT only to a point. A rapid heartbeat can originate from either the top chambers (atria) or the bottom chambers(ventricles) of your heart. If your heart beats too fast, you may have symptoms like dizziness, light-headedness, or palpitations...you may even pass out. If it is from the atria, it is a bit less concerning, but if it from the ventricles, it could be fatal. Either way, you should be talking to a doctor, particularly an Electrophysiologist, who specializes in the heart's conduction system. You may not want to hear this, but only medications and possibly a defibrillator ( a special type of pacemaker) can help if your heart is going too fast.


happydawg
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Cut all caffiene out of your diet. Eat in small amounts 6 meals a day instead of 3. Stop smoking.


mnvikes
i dont think there really is a natural way, beta blockers are the drug they usually put you on and if there was a natural drug that actually worked well you would have similar side effects to the beta blocker


lee1946
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You have some good answers already posted. I am wondering what you mean by "rapid heart rate". How fast is "rapid" and is it sudden (acute) or constant (chronic)?

First of all....see a physician. If your rapid heart rate comes on suddenly and it is really fast with symptoms, try coughing or bearing down like you would if you were having a bowel movement. Doesn't work? Get to a hospital, you need medical intervention....PRONTO!

If you have a chronic rapid heart rate (over 100BPM) try the suggestions stated above. You need to be seen by a physician and you may need medication to slow it down. A good physical work-up is needed to determine the cause.


missymac_2009
excercise to help make your heart stronger...

deep breathing

lay of caffeine (yes coffee, coke, tea...etc.)

there's always the medication option
o i c. naturally.


Tracy L
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If your heartbeat is abnormally rapid, you should see a doctor to make sure it's not serious. Tachycardia can be a serious problem.

In general, exercise lowers your heartrate. You should also avoid things that increase your heartrate, such as caffeine, certain medications including decongestants, and excess alcohol.


kathyisleno
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First you need to have your "tachycardia" diagnosed by a cardiologist. It could be something serious. If all checks out, try avoiding any cardiac stimulants ie: caffeine, stress, smoking, some OTC decongestants and herbal supplements, "energy drinks (full of caffeine and sugar), and try to increase your exercise if okay'd by your physician.


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