Flutter In Chest
Your heart is a vital organ. It is a muscle that pumps blood to all parts of your body. The blood pumped by your heart provides your body with the oxygen and nutrients it needs to function. Normally, this pumping (your heartbeat) is controlled by your heart’s electrical system.Sometimes your heart’s electrical system may not work properly because of coronary heart disease, chemicals in your blood (including some medicines) or sometimes for no known reason. Changes in your heart’s electrical system can cause abnormal heart rhythms called ‘arrhythmias’.Arrhythmias are a disturbed rhythm of your heartbeat. There are many different kinds of arrhythmias. Some may cause your heart to skip or add a beat now and again, but have no effect on your general health or ability to lead a normal life. Other arrhythmias are more serious and life-threatening. Untreated, they can affect your heart’s pumping action, which can lead to dizzy spells, shortness of breath, faintness or serious heart problems.