It is usually caused due to changes in heart tissue and activity or in the electrical signals that control your heartbeat. These changes could be due to damage from injury, disease, or genetics. Usually there are no symptoms, but some may experience an irregular heartbeat and may feel faint or dizzy or have difficulty breathing.
A lot of cardiac arrhythmias are harmless. But, on the other hand, can cause serious and potentially fatal symptoms and problems if they are excessively irregular or come from a weak or injured heart.
Arrhythmias differ from normal heartbeats in speed or rhythm.
If you're experiencing symptoms, they could include:
• Your heart is pounding in your chest.
• Light-headedness or dizziness
• Fainting, Anxiety
• Breathing problems, sweating
• Pain or tightness in the chest
• Weakness or exhaustion (feeling very tired); Vision is blurry.
Arrhythmia is caused by changes to heart tissue. It can also occur suddenly as a consequence of exertion or stress, imbalances in the blood, medicines, or problems with electrical signals in the heart. An arrhythmia is set off by triggered, and if there is a problem with the heart, the uneven pulse can remain. The cause of an arrhythmia is sometimes unknown.
Basic mechanisms of cardiac arrhythmia: Significant progress has been made in our understanding of the electro-physiologic mechanisms underlying the development of a variety of cardiac arrhythmias in recent years. The mechanisms that cause cardiac arrhythmias can be classified into two categories: (1) aberrant or increased impulse generation (i.e. Focused activity) and (2) conduction disruptions (i.e., re-entry)
What are some risk factors for arrhythmia?
Age: As you become older, your chances increase.
Genes: If a family member has experienced an arrhythmia, your chances are likely to be higher. Heart disease can run in families in some cases.
As a result of some medical issues.
Arrhythmias are usually linked to an increased risk of blood clots. A clot can travel from the heart to the brain and cause a stroke if it breaks free. Blood thinners can help people with atrial fibrillation and other arrhythmias to avoid strokes. Your doctor will determine whether a blood thinner is appropriate for you or not.
• Keeping you-self physically active
• Keeping a healthy weight is important
Citation: Dutta N (2022) Clinical Characteristics of Arrhythmia. Immunol Disord Immunother. 07:051.
Received: 18-Feb-2022, Manuscript No. IDIT-22-14391; Editor assigned: 21-Feb-2022, Pre QC No. IDIT-22-14391; Reviewed: 07-Mar-2022, QC No. IDIT-22-14391; Revised: 11-Mar-2022, Manuscript No. IDIT-22-14391; Published: 18-Mar-2022 , DOI: 10.35248/2593-8509.22.7.127
Copyright: © 2022 Dutta N. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.