First, unless you are a top-level athlete, you have to be under a doctor's care when your heart rate is 33bpm.
Second, you have to discuss with him/her the possible causes of bradycardia, things like thyroid problems, electrolyte imbalances, medications you might be taking. These might be treatable by changing or adding medications--so, yes, a prescription *might* help. Perhaps.
If your heart's actual 'wiring' is on the fritz and not transmitting correctly, then a pacemaker may be necessary.
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