Rapid Pulse

Rapid pulse is a condition that is characterized by a frequent and rapid heartbeat, and it is believed to be caused by an excess of heat in the body according to traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This excess heat can manifest in a number of ways, such as headache, red face, mouth sores, thirst, coughing, vomiting blood, and a fishy taste in the throat. There are three different positions on the wrist where a rapid pulse can be felt, known as the cun, guan, and chi positions, each corresponding to different symptoms. However, it is important to note that a rapid pulse may be considered normal in individuals who are emotionally excited.