Collection: Irregular Pulse

During a patient visit, a healthcare professional trained in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) may take their pulse to identify any irregularities. There are two types of irregular pulses to be aware of: regularly irregular and irregularly irregular. The most common type is the irregularly irregular pulse, which is when a patient's pulse skips beats at random. This may indicate an electrical problem in the heart according to TCM theory. On the other hand, a regularly irregular pulse indicates a missed beat at a regular interval, which generally indicates a physical problem such as valve disorders according to TCM theory.

Identifying Irregularly Irregular Pulses

If an irregularly irregular pulse is detected, the healthcare professional should ask the patient if they are aware that they have an irregular heartbeat. If the patient is unaware, they should be recommended to seek treatment from a TCM practitioner. The healthcare professional should also follow up with the patient on their next visit to find out if the TCM practitioner has found what was suspected and what their next course of action is.

According to TCM theory, irregularly irregular pulses may indicate an imbalance in the heart and the surrounding organs. The TCM practitioner may use various techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and dietary and lifestyle recommendations to address this imbalance and regulate the pulse.

Identifying Regularly Irregular Pulses

If a regularly irregular pulse is detected, it indicates a missed beat at a regular interval according to TCM theory. This may indicate a physical problem such as valve disorders, which can be a serious condition. The healthcare professional should ask the patient follow-up questions such as whether they have shortness of breath, chest pain, and/or swelling. Regardless, the patient should seek treatment from a TCM practitioner if they aren't aware that they have this irregular heartbeat.

According to TCM theory, regularly irregular pulses may indicate an imbalance in the heart and the surrounding organs. The TCM practitioner may use various techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and dietary and lifestyle recommendations to address this imbalance and regulate the pulse.

Follow-Up and Treatment with a TCM Practitioner

Regardless of the type of irregular pulse, it is important for the patient to seek treatment from a TCM practitioner for further evaluation and potential treatment. The healthcare professional should follow up with the patient on their next visit to see if the TCM practitioner has found what was suspected and what their next course of action is. It is also important to reassure the patient that irregular heartbeats are common and can often be managed with TCM techniques such as acupuncture, herbal medicine, and dietary and lifestyle recommendations.

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