@ZipLine-- Blood pressure and heartbeat (also called heart rate or pulse rate) are not the same.
Blood pressure is the pressure applied on the arteries by blood. Heartbeat is how many times the heart beats per minute.
Someone who has tachycardia and bradycardia may experience symptoms. For example, tachycardia patients can feel their heart pounding and may develop restlessness and anxiety. Those with bradycardia may experience slowness in their movements and slow breathing.
But the only technical way to know if you have tachycardia or bradycardia is to count your heartbeat. You can do this by placing your index and middle finger on the inside of your wrist. When you feel your pulse, look at your watch and count the number of beats for fifteen seconds. Then, multiply by four to get the number of beats per minute.