An erratic heartbeat is known as a cardiac arrhythmia. When the electrical signals that coordinate the heart's beats don't work properly, heart rhythm disorders emerge. The heart beats too rapidly (tachycardia), too slowly (Bradycardia), or irregularly due to improper signaling. Heart arrhythmias can cause a fluttering or racing sensation in the chest and are usually harmless. Some heart rhythms, on the other hand, can create uncomfortable, even life-threatening, signs and symptoms. To manage or eradicate fast, slow, or irregular heartbeats, medicines, catheter procedures, implanted devices, or surgery may be used. A heart-healthy lifestyle can aid in the prevention of cardiac damage that can lead to arrhythmias.


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