Arrhythmias | Symptoms and Causes

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What are the symptoms of an arrhythmia?

Arrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats, can cause problems with contractions of the heart chambers. This can show up in two ways:

  • not allowing the chambers to fill with an adequate amount of blood
  • not allowing a sufficient amount of blood to be pumped out to the body

The following are some common symptoms of arrhythmia:

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