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Quick forkammerrytme what can you do even when an attack occurs?

In most cases, the rapid heart rate harmless, and the attack goes on its own without treatment. Some forms of rapid heart rate may, however, be dangerous, and require rapid and perhaps continued treatment.

Sometimes the attacks seriously and long lasting, and you feel the need to stop the attack. If your doctor has determined that it is a dangerous rhythm disturbance, there are simple measures you can try to stop the attack. Things to try are:

  • Hold your breath for a few seconds
  • Alternatively, dip your face in cold water.
  • Any host
  • Alternatively, tighten your abdominal muscles (as you do on the toilet to push out the stool)

If these measures do not succeed, try to lie down and relax and take a deep breath slowly sometimes. Often this will be enough for the heart slows. If symptoms persist and are bothersome, you should be transported to a hospital. Furthermore, frequent, brief seizures should be evaluated by a doctor.

Simple lifestyle
Some adjustments in daily life can also make sense in terms of achieving control of the situation:

  • Learn to count your pulse beats, and to check whether the pulse is smooth. Normally, the pulse beats regularly and by 50-100 beats per minute.
  • Exercise regularly. Being in good physical condition makes your heart stronger and provides, among other things, that you get a lower blood pressure and slower heart rate.
  • Learn to cope without techniques to reduce stress levels. Techniques such as meditation and biofeedback can be beneficial, but to learn to relax muscles and deep breathing is often enough.
  • If you suffer from other diseases or conditions, you should try to achieve the best possible control of these by following your doctor's advice.
  • Stump the smoke!
  • Cut down on caffeine intake (drink less coffee)
  • Avoid drugs and illegal drug, most of which stimulates your heart.
  • If you are overweight, you should strive to lose weight. Obesity pushes your heart to work harder.
  • Try to keep a healthy diet low in fat, cholesterol and salt
  • Reduce alcohol consumption, if this is too high. Taking more than two glasses of wine or equivalent should only happen in exceptional cases.
  • Ask your doctor to make sure none of your medications affect your heart rate, including non prescription medicines and herbal.

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