What is sinus bradycardia all about ?

Have you ever wondered what exactly does your heart do in your body? How does it work? Have you ever been curious about that organ that keeps you alive? Heart is the most important organ in your body. It is the most complex pump in the universe – it pumps the blood which gets delivered through arteries and veins to all parts of your body. It works by itself through your whole life – it just pumps, without taking a break, for as long as you live. To be able to do that as long as possible, you need to „take care“ of it, thus expanding its lifetime. It's really a natural and normal thing to do, although many people don't take that seriously. Of course, you can't directly „take care“ of your heart, but there are many things that you can do and thus indirectly impact your heart and „help“ it to do what it's supposed to do.

The popular lifestyle that the majority of people are living today isn't really good for the heart. Being inactive, eating inaccurately and iregularly, thinking negatively – it all impacts the heart in a negative way. Of course, it's not just the heart that has the problem -- other systems also get affected. The digestive system can stop functioning properly through various poop-related issues like green poop and white poop. For the heart to work properly, all aspects of your health must be on the highest level possible. Of course, that's very hard to achieve, even for the ones that pay special attention to health – but it's not impossible.

There are many heart diseases – some that come and go, some that stay forever. The first kind are mostly the ones caused by the reasons mentioned above – and they can go away by changing your lifestyle. These diseases or disorders aren't considered as that much of a big deal – simply because they can go away. The diseases in question are mostly heart rhythm irregularities. Many people have an abnormal heart rhythm – it's somehow rare that someone has a completely normal heart rhythm. Two extremes of heart rhythm are bradycardia (slow heart beat) and tachycardia (fast heart beat). Tachycardia is considered as more of a disease than bradycardia, which can be even present in athletes who are totally fit. Some medical experts say that having bradycardia means that you're fit – although that doesn't have to be the truth.

Bradycardia and tachycardia are connected with hypotension and hypertension, respectively. Having a slow heart rate means having lower blood pressure. On the other hand, having a faster heart rate means having higher blood presure. Having an absolutely normal blood pressure is rare in the world we're living in today, but it's possible to have. Remember that and you'll beat any disease or disorder that you might have.