My husband had a double bypass in 2001 and now has tachycardia. I have noticed though that the timing of its occurance is backwards you might say. We can spend the day bowling, working in the garden, working on cars, hiking anything that could be considered strenuous avtivity and he has no occurances of this condition. He even works a full day stacking up to 50 pound bags of grass seed sometimes up to 6 10 hour days with no problem. But say we sit down to watch a movie, read a book, or even lay down for bed and for no reason it will just take off like a rocket. Is there a reason for this? Should we be concerned? And is there a way to prevent this when we are in a relaxed mode? :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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