When to Worry About Low Heart Rate

BY TEAM FOURTH FRONTIER DESK

In some individuals, such as highly trained athletes, a heart rate of fewer than 60 beats per minute may be normal.

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If you have symptoms such as dizziness, fainting and shortness of breath with a low heart rate, you seek medical attention immediately.

Do you feel a lack of energy & stamina or a fluttering of the heart while your heart rate is under 60? Then you must worry about these symptoms.

Further, you must worry when your heart rate drops into the 60s. This is the condition where your brain doesn’t get enough oxygen.  (Source: Cleveland Clinic)

You may faint, feel lightheadedness, and may feel shortness of breath when your heart rate goes lower, this is again you need to call for medical help.

In case, if you have a history of lower heart rate issues, you must be monitoring your heart rate and visit your doctor regularly.

Depending on the seriousness of the issue, your doctor will decide whether or not, and what kind of treatment needs to be given to you.