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Home Remedies For Irregular Heartbeat
Hi, I have graves and pign problem for 9 months but some time I feel irregular heartbeat so please say me some home treatment and food to eat. ..?
Control the thyroid: I do not know what "pign problem" is. But you need to control the overactive thyroid to control the irreg heartbeat. This will involve medications (eg. Methimazole, b-blockers), and perhaps more permanent treatments such as radioactive iodine or surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
33m no heart hx. EKG was normal in may, now home bp machine shows irregular heartbeat on some readings. No other sx. Should I be concerned?
May need EKG...: There can be many reason for irregular heart rhythm picked up by BP machine... at your age - suspect extra beats that are benign or sometimes A Fib resulting from excessive alcohol use or sometimes for no good reason... recheck a few times on the BP machine - if you get same readings of irregular rhythm - see your PCP for a EKG ...Read more
Yes: There are many types of irregular heart beat. Often the irregularity is due to normal heart rate variation. It also may be due to an arrhythmia. Determining whether an irregular heart beat is concerning requires a recording, such as an electrocardiograph, at the time of the irregularity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Feel it.: You can test this at home by checking your pulse at the wrist at your neck or putting your hand over your heart. Alternatively you can get much more detail by obtaining and electrocardiogram (ekg), but irregularity that occurs randomly is not liable to be picked on on such testing. ...Read more
Irreg heart beat: Hello ~ yes you should be concerned but not worried. The vast majority of irreg heart beats are benign atrial ectopic beats but some can be of more concern. Please visit your doc and have a resting and stress ECG and then a HOLTER test is necessary. This will identify the nature of the irregularity, and treatment if necessary. Thanks ...Read more
Yes and report: Any symptoms to your physician.Get a more detailed answer ›
Usually benign: If causing symptoms should see your doc for an evaluation. They usually are not a problem but for an occasional patient there is a real problem. Can't tell without seeing the patient. ...Read more
No need diagnosis: Would need a diagnosis to advise. See a cardilogist ...Read more
Irregular heart beat: When you palpate your pulse you could feel irregularity. Can be diagnosed with ekg, holter or event monitor or loop recorder. ...Read more