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Why is the heart beat fast after consumption of alcohol ?

my husband have been drinking and now he is sleep and his heart is beating fast..should i be worried Myv husband have been drinking tonight..he is now sleep,I laid on his chest and notice his heart was beating very fast....I know your heart beats slow while your sleeping ...should I be worried?this is the first time that this has happen.....I m scared..what should I do?
Asked On : Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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If your husband has no other symptoms like giddiness, sweating, flushing of face or loss of conscious , but only palpitations , then it is fine, but try to measure his pulse rate, if less than 100 nothing to worry ,generally alcohol causes some changes in the heart and sympathetic system .

Make sure he has had food or something to drink , do not keep him unfed,if there is any other symptoms , take him to a doctor if needed.

Motivate him to quit this habit.

Answered: Sun, 13 Mar 2011
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