Feelings of arrhythmia?
Many of us experience different symptoms of arrhythmia – it can feel like the heart is fluttering, vibrating or jumping, maybe even as if it is skipping beats. The symptoms for arrhythmia can vary widely; it is also good to remember that arrhythmia can be asymptomatic. Some of the arrhythmias may strain the cardiac muscle, affect the physical performance and cause other complications. Atrial fibrillation is the most common asymptomatic arrhythmia, and also the one most likely to cause complications of some kind.
The most common heart arrhythmias
Low resting heart rate
High resting heart rate
Atrial fibrillation is the most common long-lasting arrhythmia. The causes and symptoms can vary greatly. Atrial fibrillation is associated with the risk of serious complications, of which the most dangerous is a stroke. It is essential to identify and diagnose atrial fibrillation at an early stage and minimize the effects of it.