Symptoms of tachycardia manifest themselves as follows:
- there is pain in the chest;
- heart rate is greatly increased;
- dizziness and headache occur;
- dyspnea appears.
In addition, a pregnant woman is very tired and does not tolerate even minor physical exertion. Often, with tachycardia, fainting occurs, the various parts of the body are numb. According to statistics, most of those women who have anemia suffer from heart palpitations.
Certainly, every case of rapid heartbeat during pregnancy is individual, but nevertheless there are the most frequent reasons of occurrence of a tachycardia at pregnancy. For example, most often the reason for this phenomenon is the increase in the number of hormones in the body of a woman who is carrying a baby. Other causes are the following: anemia, obesity, bronchial asthma, ectopic pregnancy, anxiety and stress. In addition, often the cause of an increased heartbeat is an overdose of vitamins or an allergic reaction to them. Also, a number of factors include disorders in the thyroid gland, high fever, sepsis.
Tachycardia must be treated without fail. To do this, you should first contact your doctor, and depending on the cause of the disease, you will be prescribed treatment. In most cases, you will just be advised to control your weight or restrict the use of certain products. However, they may prescribe treatment with medications. Note that you should not immediately run to the pharmacy and buy the prescribed funds, it is better to double-check the appointments and study possible contraindications for your body and for the state of the future child.
In most cases, heart palpitations in pregnant women are mild. Doctors say that this work of the heart is completely natural, as it should ensure a normal flow of blood to the uterus. If you still feel from time to time that the heart starts to beat more rhythmically, then we recommend using the following recommendations:
- sit down and rest a little;
- drink enough water to have a normal water balance in the body;
- Relieve stress through meditation or yoga.
Most likely, the heartbeat will return to normal. However, if the tachycardia manifests itself too often and does not go away after the recommended action, then contact a specialist immediately.
In order not to be exposed to possible risks with tachycardia during pregnancy, try to avoid stressful situations. To do this, limit communication with unpleasant people and do not worry about trifles.
If you can not completely refuse, then at least limit the use of caffeine, drink less tea and coffee. In addition, monitor the state of your body and replenish it with the necessary trace elements. For example, provide enough magnesium, because its deficiency can cause heart palpitations.
If, due to circumstances, you have to take medicines, then, if possible, reduce their number to a minimum.
The main thing is not to throw the problem into oblivion, because tachycardia is very serious, and you should not neglect your health and health of an unborn child.
Easy pregnancy for you!