Fast Heart Beat (Tachycardia)

A fast heartbeat, called tachycardia, is any heartbeat that is faster than 100 beats per minute. This is normally due to adrenaline or exertion. If you have tachycardia while resting, visit Carbon Health as this can be a sign of serious underlying issues.
A fast heart rate means your heart is pumping more blood than usual. It can be normal due to exercise, stress, or excitement, but can also indicate an underlying medical condition. Consult a Carbon Health provider if you experience a fast heart rate with other symptoms or for no apparent reason.

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