Question: For eight months I have had extrasystoles almost daily. He has given me a holter, a stress test and an electro. Although no underlying disease is seen, I have been prescribed emcorcor. Do they have a cure? What progress is there on this issue? Sonia (Cuenca).
Answer: Extrasystoles are out of rhythm beats that we all present, although some people may notice them more than others. The general recommendation is to avoid excitements and alcohol, as well as stressful situations that favor them. If, despite these changes, discomfort persists, medication such as that prescribed by your doctor or a similar one can be administered. This is usually more than enough to experience a noticeable improvement.