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Heart Rhythm Disorders
Millions of people experience irregular or abnormal heartbeats, called arrhythmias, at some point in their lives. Most of the time, they are harmless and happen in healthy people free of heart disease. However, some abnormal heart rhythms can be serious or even deadly. Having other types of heart disease can also increase the risk of arrhythmias.
Pediatrics and Congenital Heart Disease (CHD)
This section is for pediatric patients and families living with heart rhythm disorders and heart rhythm disorders related to congenital heart disease (CHD).
Early Warning Signs
If you are experiencing a racing, pounding, rumbling or flopping feeling in your chest or if you have been fainting, having repeated dizzy spells, feeling lightheaded or you are extremely fatigued, it's time to see a doctor to discuss your heart health.
Common Treatments
Learning about the underlying cause of any heart rhythm disorder provides the basis for selecting the best treatment plan. Information and knowledge about care options, and their risks and benefits help you work with your health care provider to make the best choices.
Lifestyle
Since other heart disorders increase the risk of developing abnormal heart rhythms, lifestyle changes often are recommended. Living a “heart healthy” lifestyle can ease the symptoms experienced with heart rhythm disorders and other heart disorders, and can be beneficial to overall patient health.
The Normal Heart
The heart is a fist-sized muscle that pumps blood through the body 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, without rest. The normal heart is made up of four parts: two atria on the top of the heart (right atrium and left atrium), and two ventricles (right ventricle and left ventricle) which are the muscular chambers on the bottom of the heart that provide the major power to pump blood.
Sudden Cardiac Arrest During Monday Night Football
From the Heart Rhythm Society

As the world pulls for NFL safety Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills to make a full recovery, we are reminded of how critical CPR, rapid use of AEDs, and trained medical professionals are in saving lives. Are you prepared to save a life?

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Wearable Digital Health Guidance
From the Heart Rhythm Society

Wearable smart devices can now track more than just your heart rate, they can alert you to abnormalities in the rhythm of your heart.  These abnormalities may nothing to be concerned about or they may be signals that should be addressed with your physician immediately.  

Learn more about what the Heart Rhythm Society and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)  has to say about the topic.

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