Many people around the world are suffering from tachycardia. The term tachycardia describes a heart rate that exceeds the normal resting rate. Generally, a resting heart rate of over 100 in adults is considered tachycardia. The problem can be caused by strenuous physical activity or abnormal electrical heart problems.
When the resting heart rate is elevated, the heart pumps blood to the body that doesn’t contain oxygen, which can lead to several problems and can even be fatal. Tachycardia can also be caused by overconsumption of coffee or alcohol, poor circulation, emotional problems and high blood pressure. If caused by excess coffee and alcohol consumption, the problem can be relieved by reducing the intake of these beverages, but if caused by other problems, tachycardia is more difficult to resolve.
Tachycardia affects people from all ages and regardless of gender. It is usually treated at a doctor, but we’re going to give you a few tips that will allow you to treat and prevent it without visiting the doctor.
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