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Why do i sometimes feel my heartbeat on different parts of the body?
for example, in the arms, in my legs. i don't feel it all the time but sometimes it just come and usually go off after 10 minutes. Additional Details i know what a pulse is. i mean, i can feel it even when i am not touching it. its some kind of abrupt hitting on the skin.
This happens becuase the bumping of the heart can be transfered through the nerves in ur body which are connected to all your body ,and you most ly feel that when your hearts bumps fast such as when you did an extra sport of effort.
If you're touching an artery you can feel the pulse.
how can u be so dum? didn't u ever go to school! it's called the pulse. you feel it because the blood is being pumped through ur veins and it is the pumping that ur feeling. how can u be so ignorant?!!!
It is probably your pulse. This is not actually your heatbeat, but rather 'waves' of blood flowing through your arteries as the blood is pumped through them by your heart.
err.. thats what u a call pulse?
Your blood circulates through your entire body. Your probably feeling the pulse because your paying more attention to it because it is odd. You can notice it too where your pressure points are.
you have different pulse places in your body that's why! for instance when someone wants to take your pulse they hold your right wrist and time the beats per minute.
Its just your pulse. You can fell your pulse everywhere there are arteries. Most locations are covered well under the skin and muscle. Some places like the neck and wrist have them pretty close to the surface and if you touch the right spot you can feel it.
That means blood flood comes to the part of ur body where u feel heartbeat. It can happen due to different reasons, but if it happens too often - see a doctor.
As blood traverses from heart thru arteries to arterioles to capillary bed to venules to veins, it undergoes hydrostatic and osmotic pressure, pressure in veins from muscular contractions, etc, there obviously is "much to feel"; if you ever had a renal infection, appendicitis, or known anyone who gave birth or had a heart attack, ask them about the "feeling and pain"; it is almost never accuate to where the body is actually in distress,
i.e., heart attack, pain in left arm, beginning of childbirth, lower back, etc; this is called "refered visceral pain" as the AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM controls the subconscious parts of life- HR and breathing, but does not "accurately report" areas of pain.
If you mean why does it feel as if your heart is beating in your head or hand or foot, etc? Well sometimes when your blood pressure changes the added intensity of flow will cause your extremity to "beat" but it is just your blood moving through your arteries and each "beat" is a surge of blood. It happens when you have been exercising, get excited, have a sudden bust of adrenaline or even if your circulation was temporarily cut off and it has recently been restarted (like when you sit on your foot or cross your legs).
Its nothing to worry about unless it happens a lot. If it happens often you could have hypertension and should ask your doctor about it.