Slow Heart Rate

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Osler Jay Justo Guzon, MD

Cardiology

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Content updated on Sep 6, 2022

About the symptom

A slow pulse usually indicates that the heart rate is slower than normal, less than 60 beats per minute. A slow pulse may not necessarily be indicative of a health problem, but sometimes those who have a slow pulse have underlying heart disease involving the heart's electrical system. Other possible causes of a slow pulse include electrolyte imbalance and insufficient thyroid hormone.

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  • Is your heart rate slow? (eg. slower than 10 beats per 15 seconds)

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