Arrhythmia Helpline: Arrhythmia Support
Treatment for Arrhythmia
An arrhythmia is a heart disease that happens when your heart beats too fast, too slow, or unevenly. The risk factors for this heart disease include a heart attack, stress, smoking, the use of certain medicines, and a heart defect. When you are continuously short of breath, feel pain in the chest, and/or experience irregular heartbeat, these could be the signs of arrhythmia.
There are different types of arrhythmia, and depending on what kind of the disease you have, your doctor can recommend a treatment. Treatment for arrhythmia could include medications, pacemaker implant, and even heart surgery. ExtendaTouch has an online support group for arrhythmia patients and caregivers. You can use our helpline to get more information about the disease. Our members can even share with you their experience of living with arrhythmia or caring for someone with the disorder.
Get Help From ExtendaTouch’s Heart Disease Helpline
In severe cases, the condition could lead to heart failure if left untreated. If you think you or a loved one has arrhythmia, it is a good idea to consult with a cardiologist. If you feel stressed or emotionally overwhelmed due to the disease, consider getting support. Connect with ExtendaTouch’s heart disease group to get help from people who relate.
Our support group is full of people who have either experienced arrhythmia or have cared for someone with the disease. They can share ideas, advice, and information about the disease and its symptoms. Many of our members can even tell you what they did to treat arrhythmia. Our fellow caregivers are available to provide you emotional support as well. Timely treatment can save you or your loved one with the disease from life-threatening conditions.