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Does Alcohol Affect Pulse Rate?

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Heart rate normally increases with the drinking of alcohol and the rhythm may become unbalanced with an alcoholic indulge. Effects that worsen or cause abnormalities in the heartbeat are known as proarrhythmic. Not only does alcohol have a direct effect on the heartbeat, but complications of alcoholism and depletion of various electrolytes may cause cardiac arrhythmias.
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