When I am very scare or very mad. I guess my adrenaline spikes up.
Fast heart beats is called tachycardia, most common causes for tachycardia are anxiety, fear, pain, physical exercise such as running,swimming and walking upstairs, exessive alcohol, smoking, caffeine intake as exess coffee or cola and choclate.
Some medical disorders as fever, anaemia, hyperthyroidism (exessive secretion of thyroid hormones in blood), panic attacks, hypotension, shock.
Heart problems may be also responsible as SVT (supraventricular tachycardia) and A.F (atrial fibrillation) and ventricular tachycardia (a life threatening condition).
Some medications also specially bronchodilators used in Asthma as inhalers and pills, and medications containing caffeine may cause tachycardia as that used in the treatment of headache and migraine.
Rare diseases as pheochromocytoma may cause attacks of palpitations together with other symptoms of sympathetic overactivity as sweating, pallor and markedly elevated blood pressure.
hmm.. so i can see their are lot of reasons to increase our heart beat. something for physical and some for mental ... my i heart beat rise when i meet with my partner... touch that persons lips. i feel my heart gonna burst those times. it beat so rapidly.
And yes obviously my heart also beat first for some physical reasons.
by Holle Abee5 years ago
Just got out of the hospital this afternoon. What did I miss? Early Sunday morning, I thought I was having a heart attack. Since I began dieting and exercising in January, I've been having scary bouts of tachycardia at...
by Deninson Mota7 months ago
How do you fight tachycardia?Is there any remedy or home treatment that you can apply to someone who's having tachycardia?
by Phil Plasma6 years ago
Can you hear your own heartbeat?If I sit still and am in a quiet place and I listen for it, I can hear/feel the beating of my own heart. Can you?
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