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What is telling our pulse?

Saturday, January 16th, 2010

PulseThe distortions in the pulse may indicate a different disease conditions: damage to the myocardium, poisoning, impaired metabolism, even hidden depression. Our heart is “beating” relentlessly – it is cutting more than 100 million times a day and every hour of movement in the blood vessels around 300 liters of blood. His attacks are kind of encrypted account the state of the organism.
In what disturbances in heartbeat should seek help from specialist
Pulse should be measured in an upright or lying down if you’re hungry or just take food if you’ve frozen or overheated, and for women – in and on the eve of critical days. Heartbeats can be counted easily. Set the number of hits on the pulse for 30 seconds and multiply the result by 2. If you suffer from heart problems and there is no guarantee that the amount of strokes in various meanwhile time is the same, the best count for 1 minute.
What is the norm
For babies 120-140 beats per minute for children of preschool age – 90-110, for older children – 80-90, and for those who are over 14 years and older – 60-80. Over the years, the pulse becomes slower – not more than 65 beats per minute. Interesting, and important fact is that when he more often exhalation and inhalation is slowing. If your heartbeats are less than normal, the case of bradycardia. If you are a sportsman or just playing sports regularly, this result may be evidence of more economical operation of the heart. But if you are not accustomed to the workload and training, probably suffer from any disease: a viral infection, intracranial pressure, reduced thyroid, other heart disease.
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