How to Listen To Your Heart Using A Stethoscope ❤️🏥 | Doctor Explains
There may be hundreds of songs about it, but the heart has its own song - lub-dub, lub-dub, lub-dub. Arguably the most important organ in the body, it has two distinctive sounds as a result of the valves closing inside the heart.
In this episode of Dr Nora, I show you the anatomy of the valves, how they contract to make the beautiful noises, where best to listen to them using your stethoscope, what the different areas sound like and a live demonstration on a real life beating heart at rest.
Happy Friday🎉 What are you guys doing this weekend?
We’re so blessed to be living in Australia where the sun shines, the beaches are plentiful and the forests are beautiful.
So let’s make the most of it and take time away from your computer screens and enjoy the outdoors. Not only will this boost your physical and mental health but it’ll give your eyes a chance to reset and prepare for the week ahead.
Volunteering.. it’s free, it’s fun and it’s fulfilling!
One of the proudest moments I’ve had this year was when I was a volunteer doctor for the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. It allowed me to meet new people and engage with different cultures as well as provide a beneficial service.
We’re so lucky, in Queensland there are some great initiatives out there that are desperately in need of volunteers. From being a Bunnings BBQ volunteer, to Christmas gift wrapper for the Leukaemia Foundation, to volunteering for the Cerebral Palsy League’s upcoming show, there’s plenty out there!
Whether it’s an hour of your time, or a weekend, by volunteering you get the opportunity to socialise with new people as well as lending a helping hand. All of which feel very satisfactory and leave a positive impact on mental health.
If you have any concerns or would like to find out more please pop by and see me in clinic.