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76 Heart Beats Per Minute
Depends: The athelete may have heart rate of 50 or below and be fine. A young patient a rate of 90 and be fine. Heart rates at rest of 100 or more is abnormal and called tachycardia. Pts with heart rates below 60 and symptomatic is abnormal and called bradycardia. But no one size fits all. Medications can also affect rates, coffee, energy drinks etc. ...Read more
Possibly.: If an 18 yr old male jogged relatively fast or uphill, the heart rate might reach the 174-180/min range during the exertion; however, it would be expected to come down fairly quickly upon slowing ones pace. Actually, the more one becomes conditioned to exercise, the lower the heart rate response to a given amount of exercise workload. ...Read more
Hey Doctors! My son is 13 years old....his heart beats per minute standing is 104.....while resting is 84-86, is that normal?
Fairly normal: Normal heart rate is 60-100 bpm: 104 is minimally elevated and should be checked only if sustained over hours. ...Read more
Heart rate: 90beats per minute is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends: Our heart works to provide adequate blood flow, usually described in liters/min. To reach this value the heart ejects a certain volume with each beat, known as the stroke volume (sv described as ml/beat). This is multiplied by the heart rate (beats/minute) to yield a volume per minute. The blood flow needed depends on what you are doing, sleeping requires alot less than exercise. The rate will vary. ...Read more
Tachycardia: If the rate is 160 at rest that is abnormal and requires workup for cause. ...Read more
If you are a child: Maybe?Get a more detailed answer ›
30 minutes after: What? Exercise? Yes this too high.Get a more detailed answer ›
My heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. How low can your heart beat drop before it's dangerous?
Depends: Normal heart rate is 60-100 bpm. Having said that, in healthy, fit and conditioned individuals a resting heart rate as low as 30-40 BPM can be seen because their heart is conditioned and at rest is not needing a lot of oxygen, so does not beat fast. When that person exercises, and o2 and blood demands go up to their skeletal muscle etc, heart rate will increase. Hope that makes sense. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. How low can your heart beat drop?
Much slower: Your heart rate can pause for up to 5 seconds (that's a heart rate of 12) and, depending on what you're doing, you may not notice it. Depending on your activity and position, or if it's happening regularly, you'll pass out (or nearly pass out). ...Read more
I took mdma and my resting heart beat is 108 beats per minute, is that normal or should I get the the hospital?
A bit late: I expect you've either returned to normal or went to an ER - but in any case - this is a definite sign that you should NOT use it again. It's a risky drug and for the pro (s) there are bigger con (s). Have fun, but be safe. ...Read more
Why does my heart speed up when I stand up? My heart has been acting strange lately. When I am seated my heart beat is normal, around 60 beats per minute. But when I stand it jumps to around 100 bpm. Should I be worried about this?
Depends: Its worth a medical evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Rapid heart beat my daughter, who is 11 years old, has occasional dramatic increases in her heart rate (once or twice a week). I taught her how to count her beats per minute and today her pulse jumped to 240 for about 5 minutes (per her account). Her norm
Your: Your description of her symptoms is very alarming. This is clearly not a normal finding. She needs to see her pediatrician or family physician soon. They may refer her to a pediatric cardiologist. Please don't put this off. ...Read more
86 beats per minute heart rate, yet I breathe like I ran and my heart beat is loud. My body is shaking, I have dry cough and blocked nose with mucus.
Hard breathing: Blockage of nasal passages with harder breathing can make the heart work harder which means more forceful beat and faster heart rate with exertion. Are your nasal passages blocked because of allergies or because of infection? You may need a course of antibiotics if you have a sinus infection. ...Read more
140 per minute: The awake range for babies is 85-205 with an average of 140; the asleep range is 80-160. ...Read more
60-100: Normal resting heart rate for an adult is 60-100 beats per minute. ...Read more
Fetal Heartbeat: Nope. Not at all. This is an old wives tale. ...Read more
Normal Heart Rate: Normal heart rate is between 60 to 100/min. Anything more than 100 is considered sinus tachycardia & less than 60/min is bradycardia. ...Read more
It it's true: To prove that what you're saying is accurate, a 24 hour recording of your heart beat should be made to quantitate your average HR over a whole day and to determine your HR at night while resting. Anemia, thyroid XS, infection, fever, AV fistula, congestive failure and inappropriate sinus tachycardia are possible causes if confirmed. ...Read more
Heart rate: 60-80 beats oer minute.Get a more detailed answer ›
Heart rate: On the average 60 to80 BPM at rest. ...Read more
My husband's blood pressure is 144/90 and I wanted to know if he has high blood pressure and his heart beat is 58 per minute what does it mean?
Slightly high BP: In general we like for blood pressure to be less than 140/90. With certain conditions like diabetes or heart disease we might want it to be even lower. Normal pulse is 60-100 but slightly low pulse is not a problem. Your husband should keep a check on his blood pressure and if it remains high he should see a doctor. Exercise, weight control and avoiding salt, caffeine and alcohol can lower BP. ...Read more
I have skipped heart beats 3-4 per minute and my ecg report shows tall t waves in v3 (looks inverted) and blood tests r normal. Any problems in it?
Depends on situation: Resting heart rates normally fall between 60-100. If the heart rate is rapid, or greater than 100, it's considered a "tachycardia". Changes in rate brought about by variations in activity, diet, medication and age are normal and common. When a heart begins to race for no apparent reason, however, it can be a sign of an abnormality in the electrical pathway and is cause for evaluation. See PCP. ...Read more
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