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In medicine, bradycardia can be divided into three types. Mild bradycardia, heart rate for 50~59 times/minute, more rational, common in the elderly, exercise and sleep, generally asymptomatic. A few people occasionally feel slight dizziness, chest tightness, palpitations, fatigue. Moderate bradycardia, heart rate of 35~49 / min, mostly accompanied by organic lesions, continuous occurrence can cause insufficient blood supply to the heart and brain organs, angina pectoris, cardiac insufficiency, syncope, etc. In severe bradycardia, the heart rate is less than 35 beats per minute, and sinus block often occurs, which is life-threatening in severe cases.
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Bradycardia is common in elderly people over 60 years old, especially those with basic diseases, such as diabetes and coronary heart disease. Its common symptoms are dizziness, fatigue, syncope, blackness and other brain blood shortage series of manifestations. Atypical symptoms include dizziness, slow reaction, memory loss, fatigue, shortness of breath after a little exercise, sudden dyspnea, chest tightness, chest pain and other systemic manifestations.
But some bradycardia does not have a symptom, or under normal circumstances the symptom is not obvious, the majority of accidental discovery when physical examination. If the following words appear in the report form of cardiac examination (ECG, 24-hour holter, cardiac ultrasound) during physical examination, you should be extra vigilant even if you have no symptoms: Bradycardia (ECG or 24 h holter), long gap (ECG or 24 h holter), ventricular tachycardia/ventricular tachycardia (ECG or 24 h holter), cardiac dilatation (echocardiographic report).
The causes of bradycardia are various. If it is physiological, for example, the physical quality of athletes is good, the heart beating frequency is slower than the average person, and there will be physiological sinus bradycardia, whose heart examination has not found abnormalities, and there are no obvious symptoms, which can be temporarily not dealt with. If pathologic, chronic arrhythmias may cause cardiomyopathy, and reversible causes need to be actively sought and treated.
Mild bradycardia (heart rate 50-60 beats/min), if asymptomatic or mild symptoms do not need urgent treatment, overtreatment will make the heart beat faster, but clinical use of drugs that cause heart rate slowing should be avoided. Patients with moderate bradycardia need to use traditional Chinese medicine or western medicine to increase heart rate, and clinical observation. A pacemaker should be installed in patients with symptoms such as insufficient blood supply to the vital organs of the heart and brain, angina pectoris, cardiac insufficiency and syncope.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.