Harvard Heart Letter

Ask the doctors: Why did my heart rate slow down?

The combination of a beta blocker and digoxin to treat atrial fibrillation can cause the heart rate to slow too much. Most people need a resting heart rate in the 60s to 80s to feel well.

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