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The Heart Rhythms Charity

If you’re feeling symptomatic
If you’re young or if you’re old
Or if you’re feeling fine
Just do as you are told
And get to know your pulse
To feel a constant beat
Lest if it’s bounding out of time
Don’t say it is the heat

But go and get it looked at
Check in with your GP
To see what is occurring
Let them be referee
To see which beats are dandy
Or which have gone astray
So take your pulse and make a note
For good heart health today!

And then we’ll all be happy
Celebrating more lives saved
Ensuring better care for those
Whose pulses don’t behave
Increasing improved access
For those arrhythmically
With help and with support from the
Heart Rhythms Charity

This week has been Heart Rhythm Week celebrating Ten Years of Innovation and Advancements in Arrhythmia Patient Care. To mark this Ginz&Tonic have been posting poems everyday to encourage everyone to “know their pulse” . Your support over the week and beyond will make a difference in helping to protect the many millions of arrhythmia patients worldwide.  Together we can:

  • Work to save 100,000 lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)
  • Improve outcomes for 1 million AF patients
  • Increase early detection and management for 2 million arrhythmia sufferers

Please click here to find out more 

Know Your Pulse

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The Heart-Beat Blues

Woke up this very morning and was feeling rather blue
Woke up this very morning and was feeling rather blue
Cos my pulse was out of sync
And there ain’t much I can do

And

I got those heart beat blues with its rhythm out of touch
I got those heart beat blues with its rhythm out of touch
Cos it beats arrhythmically
I don’t like it very much

It makes me feel all woozy, all faint and mighty odd
It makes me feel all woozy, all faint and mighty odd
And these blues are so tiring
Riding over me roughshod

So

I curl up in ma corner and think the day is done
I curl up in ma corner and think the day is done
But Lord, there’s more to livin’
And I wanna have some fun

For

These blues ain’t gonna beat me – not spoil my life today
For these blues ain’t gonna beat me – not spoil my life today
I’m gonna pick myself up
Get checked out; be on ma way

This week is Heart Rhythm Week which celebrates Ten Years of Innovation and Advancements in Arrhythmia Patient Care. Your support will make a difference in helping to protect the many millions of arrhythmia patients worldwide.  Together we can:

  • Work to save 100,000 lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)
  • Improve outcomes for 1 million AF patients
  • Increase early detection and management for 2 million arrhythmia sufferers

Please click here to find out more 

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♥ (Photo credit: staticjana)

You’ve Got The Beat

There are hearts wherever you might look
Just see them all about
But only one sort needs your time
And care to sort right out

The one inside your body, see
The one that pumps to squirt
The blood into your arteries
That stays awake alert

For every day and every night
It beats a constant stroke
To keep your body stocked up with
Clean blood. For real – no joke!

It works so hard and cannot rest
But you can help it still
With healthy food and exercise
To make yourself feel brill

And every now and then maybe
Just count the beats from it
To know your pulse rate and rhythm
As part of keeping fit!

This week is Heart Rhythm Week which celebrates Ten Years of Innovation and Advancements in Arrhythmia Patient Care. Your support will make a difference in helping to protect the many millions of arrhythmia patients worldwide.  Together we can:

  • Work to save 100,000 lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)
  • Improve outcomes for 1 million AF patients
  • Increase early detection and management for 2 million arrhythmia sufferers

Please click here to find out more or for children click here

Heart

Heart (Photo credit: seyed mostafa zamani)

 

Pulse

They said “Go get the leccy man”
The one who checks the wires
The chap who tests the current and
Who sees what then transpires”

They said get him to look at it
But then the fuse just blew
The meter crashed and power all failed
And sparks spat out and flew

The lights switched off; the cooker stopped
The fridge got rather hot
And all because I didn’t call
Because I had forgot!

And it’s the same thing with your pulse
The beat within your heart
As leccy current fires this beat
Save needing a kick start!

So take a simple test to know
Your pulse beyond all doubt
For if it goes awry at all
You can get it checked out

“Leccy” is a colloquialism for Electric 

Corazón Neón

Corazón Neón (Photo credit: OssprO)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This week is Heart Rhythm Week which celebrates Ten Years of Innovation and Advancements in Arrhythmia Patient Care. Your support will make a difference in helping to protect the many millions of arrhythmia patients worldwide.  Together we can:

  • Work to save 100,000 lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)
  • Improve outcomes for 1 million AF patients
  • Increase early detection and management for 2 million arrhythmia sufferers

Please click here to find out more.

The Beat

Hey! Get down to the beat
When walking down the street
The beat that strikes out rhythm blues
As heart beat that hits headline news
With constancy repeat

And rock a rate that’s true
But know right what suits you
The boom boom boom along your way
Through arteries and veins each day
That circulate O2

So know your pulse for sure
The knocking at heart’s door
The dub dub dub that you can hear
Or feel pulsating oh so clear
For heart health and much more

Heart beat

Heart beat (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

 

 

 

This week is Heart Rhythm Week which celebrates Ten Years of Innovation and Advancements in Arrhythmia Patient Care. Your support will make a difference in helping to protect the many millions of arrhythmia patients worldwide.  Together we can:

  • Work to save 100,000 lives from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA)
  • Improve outcomes for 1 million AF patients
  • Increase early detection and management for 2 million arrhythmia sufferers

Please click here to find out more.