Arrhythmia is a heart condition that causes your heart to beat too fast, too slow or with an irregular pattern. This abnormality in your heart rhythm can sometimes turn into a heart condition like coronary heart disease, conductive tissue disease or heart valve disease. In serious cases, arrhythmia is also associated with myocardial infarctions or a stroke.
Arrhythmia often has no symptoms. You may only discover your irregular heartbeat during a routine checkup with the cardiologist at the Cardiology Manhattan Center. You might have Arrhythmia
if you experience any symptoms associated with heart disease, such as:

-Chest pain
-Trouble breathing
-Syncope or lightheadedness
-Unexplained sweating
-Heart palpitations, causing a racing, pounding or fluttering feeling

Recognizing Abnormal Heartbeat Patterns
One in every four Americans over the age of 40 suffers from arrhythmia. If your heart rate is slower than 60 beats per minute, the condition is called bradyarrhythmia. If your heart beats faster than 100 beats per minute, you are suffering from tachyarrhythmia. The electrical impulses are usually disoriented in one of three places:

-The atria or upper chamber of your heart
-The ventricles or lower chamber of your heart
-An area in between, your accessory pathways

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