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May the heart stumble?

Is heart stumbling normal? The heart is the engine of the human body. It usually has a very regular beat and on average delivers its 60 to 80 beats per minute.

However, it sometimes happens that a heart comes out of his tact. This is called "heart stumbling". The following questions are answered in a simple and understandable way:

  • What is heart stumbling really?
  • Heart stumbles. What now?
  • Is it dangerous?
  • How does heart stumbling feel?
  • And what can affected people do with it
  • the heart beats more evenly?

What is heart stumbling?

Is heart stumbling normal? The heart is the engine of the human body. It usually has a very regular beat and on average delivers its 60 to 80 beats per minute.

Doctors talk about heart stumbling, when a heart no longer beats in its steady rhythm. It's almost out of time and makes a few extra beats from time to time.

These additional heart beats are also called "extrasystoles". Due to the extra beats, the heart comes out of its normal rhythm and "stumbles" for a moment. Doctors refer to this phenomenon as "palpitation," which means as much as a twitching of the heart.

Affected individuals notice symptoms such as a short-term increased heart rate or a particularly strong heartbeat. But you usually do not notice the extra bumps.