Slow Heart Rate Treatment in Beaverton, OR

8 | 8 result

Kelly Crowe, NP

Telehealth visit

  • Family medicine
  • "Kelly was absolutely amazing"
  • $5 MEDS

Eunice Asah, DNP-FNP

Telehealth visit

  • Family medicine
  • "Impressed with Eunice's assessment. She prescribed the correct meds for me. It’s been less than 24 hours since I took the first dosages and I’m much better."
  • Available in 1 hour
  • $5 MEDS

Dawn Drewes, APRN

Telehealth visit

  • Urgent care
  • "I felt well-cared-for by Dawn. She was friendly"
  • Available in 1 hour
  • $5 MEDS
Why are Sesame prices so good?

Nicole Baldwin, NP

Telehealth visit

  • Urgent care
  • "Nicole listened to all my concerns and answered all my questions. She was warm and reassuring and extremely professional."
  • $5 MEDS

Tod Work, NP

Telehealth visit

  • Family medicine
  • "Tod was kind"
  • Available tomorrow
  • $5 MEDS

Traci Lambert, NP

Telehealth visit

  • Family medicine
  • "Traci was excellent. She listened"
  • $5 MEDS

Michael Shroth, DNP

Telehealth visit

  • Adult health
  • "Michael was so respectful"
  • $5 MEDS

Dr. Kenneth Akey, MD

Telehealth visit

  • Pediatrics
  • "Dr. Akey is a wonderful doctor. We will definitely schedule with him again. He was caring and knowledgable. He offered us valuable medical advice. "
  • Available in 1.5 hours

About Slow heart rate

Back to the top

Bradycardia is the medical term for a slower than normal heart rate. A normal heart rate is around 60-100 beats per minute. Anything slower than 60 BPM is considered a slow heart rate, or bradycardia.

A slow heart rate is not always considered unhealthy. Most people have a heart rate under 60 while they sleep, and it is not uncommon for athletes or adults over the age of 65 to have bradycardia while they are sitting or lying down. However, if a slow heart rate is accompanied by other symptoms, it may signify a serious medical concern. A slow heart rate may mean that there is a lack of oxygen-rich blood being pumped into the body, which can lead to serious complications.

Symptoms of a slow heart rate include:
  • Fainting, or near-fainting episodes
  • Dizziness
  • Lightheadedness
  • Fatigue
  • Weakness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain
  • Confusion
  • Lack of energy

A slow heart rate may be caused by a number of underlying conditions, including:

  • Injury to the heart (such as a heart attack)
  • Inflammation and damage to the heart
  • Underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism)
  • Congenital heart defect
  • Myocarditis (infection of the heart)
  • Sleep Apnea
  • Inflammatory diseases such as lupus or rheumatoid arthritis
  • Imbalanced electrolyte or calcium levels in the blood
  • Certain medications (such as beta-blockers)
  • Sinus node problems (a collection of cells that create the electrical impulse for a heartbeat)
  • AV blockage (blockage of electrical impulses in the ventricles)

Bradycardia may not exhibit any symptoms at all. If left untreated, and if associated with a serious heart problem, it can lead to dizziness and fatigue. In serious cases, a slow heart rate can cause heart failure and death. If you experience the symptoms above and have a measured heart rate of under 60 BPM, talk to a health care provider right away.

Treatment Options

Doctors and providers on Sesame offer the following medications often used to treat {{ searchTerm }} for just $5 with free delivery. Book a visit today to discuss if the following medication can be part of a treatment for {{ searchTerm }}.

Note that all prescriptions are at your provider's discretion.

Treatment for bradycardia depends on the severity of your symptoms and the underlying condition that may be causing a slow heart rate. During your appointment, talk to your provider about the treatment plan that’s right for you.

Provider specialty
Provider gender