Actually if you had clogged arteries you would likely feel less of a pulse in your hand.
I do feel my pulse bounding into my hand at times due to my anxiety...and can see the pulse as well. You're fine!
I am 78.with no geriatric probems. i feel pulsation throut my body when I do meditation. whatever pace i concentrate i feel pusation. I do not have cardovascular or blood pressure. I do have hypothyrodism which is controlled be 100 mg of thyroxin.IIn medetation your asked to feel pusation and i can feel that very easily. I wonder it is good or bad?I became slightly concerned after readomg this posting.
I have messed up the above posting.Hence I am typiing again.
In meditation you are asked to feel particular points.Specially you have to concentrate on all chakras(energy centers) You have to synchronize this pulsation with your breathing.This requires great efforts.
From the meditation- point of view this ability to perceive the pulsation , may appear a positive achievement. Now I wonder whether it is a positive point or some problem in the body.
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