Where could I find my heart beat and take my pulse?

Wrist. the easiest place for most people to take their pulse is on the inside of their wrist on the side near the thumb. the other place to check is on the neck, just under the angle of the jaw.

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I just experienced a racing heart beat all of sudden, its still happening now. My pulse is 146, dizzy! . I take atenolol, why is this happening?

Paroxysmal tachycard. You likely have a paroxysmal tachycardia probably supraventricular. You need an ECG while it is happening to diagnose it and then your doctors can figure out why and whether you need an increase in your beta blocker or addition of other medication, or other treatment. Read more...
Consider going to. An urgent care or er for an ekg and work up. Your symptoms maybe due to intrinsic heart or coronary heart disease, thyroid problems, side effects of meds and caffeine etc.Follow up with ur pcp or cardiologist. God bless u! http://www.Medicinenet.Com/script/main/mobileart.Asp?Articlekey=437. Read more...

My heart beat very hard but pulse is normal?

blood pressure. Your blood pressure may be high. You should see a qualified doctor for a full exam, blood pressure check, and start of medication with frequent follow-up if you have elevated pressure. Read more...

Is there a relationship between heart beat, pulse, and the qrs complex?

Relationship. The QRS complex on the ecg is the electrical activity associated with systole which is the mechanical squeezing of the heart which is the heart beat. The heart beat(systole) produces the pulse which is the surge of blood caused by the heart beat squeezing blood into the aorta. Read more...

Friend 32male is overweight with skipping pulse beat, loud heart beat and skipped heart beat. What's wrong?

Irregular heartbeat. An irregular pulse is usually due to irregular heartbeat which in turn is often due to benign variation in electrical activity of the heart. This is particularly true if not accompanied by other cardiac symptoms, progressive nature or exertional symptoms. However, an ekg is appropriate and required if any other symptoms are present. Read more...