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Can You Exercise With Tachycardia
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
It is normal for your heartrate to go up after exercise. It would be abnormal if it goes up too quickly or abnormally high, is irregular, or doesn't come down quickly enough
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Suffer with episodic tachycardia at night and during the day. They don't know why. Safe to exercise?
Probably: Need more information. I am assuming that testing has been done that identified what type of tachycardia you have, and that structural and ischemic heart disease have been ruled out. If that is the case, the arrhythmia is likely harmless and should not cause you any limitations, Check with the doc that did the testing, ...Read more
If someone has post orthostatic tachycardia syndrome and hr raises by only 30 when standing, if they did a lot of exercise, could they bring it down?
There are a lot of interacting factors here: i'd recommend/agree with "lots" of exercise
including weight lifting/speed swimming. But also, eliminate caffeine, sweets, refined foods and get as close to gluten free/whole and unprocessed foods vegan (90 % will do) as you can. If overweight, slim down to trim. Metformin & bystolic (nebivolol) may helps + reduce whatever other meds you can. Www. Thepmc. Org. ...Read more
Hard to get there:
Assuming you are in otherwise good health, the generally accepted max sustained heart rate is 220 minus your age. But many people (see tim noakes' work on the "central governor") will say that your body will stop you before you do damage.
Of course, before starting any new exercise regimen you should consult your physician. ...Read more
Causes of sinus tachycardia during exercise in athlete? HR is overly high for me and increases very quickly. I'm an elite athlete. 17.
There R many causes-: -but 2 find out Ur cause, U need 2 talk 2 Ur parents as they R the gatekeepers of Ur med care. U need a wrk up by a cardiologist. ...Read more
If my tachycardia is 'stress induced', why is it occurring after exercise when I feel relaxed or during sleep and wakes me up?
What are symptoms associated with exercise induced atrial ectopic tachycardia? Online info says that it is a gradual decrease, not sudden when ending
Sx of atrial tacky: What are symptoms associated with exercise induced atrial ectopic tachycardia? Online info says that it is a gradual decrease, not sudden when ending. ANS: Depends on individual and exercise level. May be no symptoms mostly. The best online source is UpToDate. Com. I recommend only this online medical reference. Will save you time, money, worry and perhaps even your life. Not bad 4 <1$/d ...Read more
Needs evaluation.: To help decide if it's safe to exercise, it would be important to undergo a thorough examination to determine the underlying cause of the tachycardia. Hyperthyroidism causes a rapid heart rate; there are less common medical problems which could be at fault. Finding the problem will enable the determination of the proper treatment. Then the exercise question can be answered. ...Read more
I get tachycardia when I don't sleep well, hot showers, strenuous exercise. Is this a heart condition?
Possibly: An event monitor might be revealingGet a more detailed answer ›
How do you tell apart an automatic atrial ectopic tachycardia with exercise from innapropriate sinus tachycardia?
Atrial tachycardia: Need a cardiac eletrophysiologic study.Get a more detailed answer ›
Automatic atrial tachycardia with exercise? How do you differentiate from innapropriate sinus tachycardia? Which would be more likely in an athlete?
Tachycardia: Inappropriate sinus tachycardia - elevated heart rate (HR) at rest > 100 sitting/standing. Athletes usually have a slow HR at rest. Atrial tachycardia/fibrillation/flutter with excessive HR more common in extreme athletes with exercise. Cause unclear - may be due to electrical changes from extreme endurance exercise to atrial electrical properties of the heart. More exercise not always better. ...Read more
Is it safe to do exercise (walking, dancing) if you have tachycardia? My resting bpm is 85-100 and when walking it goes up to 150.I want to lose weight
Diagnosed with sinus tachycardia after 24 ECG end of study on 10mg propranolol. Little exercise and food causing episodes how do I exercise with this?
Normal exercise: Will not hurt you. A good idea is to keep your pulse rste between 60-110 while exercising. ...Read more
Exercise is very hard - 10 mins after only a 5 min workout H.R. was 161. Holtermonitor just diagnosed tachycardia. (Also have exercise induced asthma). Should I just stick to slow exercise? Was prescribed low B-blockers, will they help me exercise?
See MD or ER:
Please see your doctor or an ER or clinic today if you have a sustained heart rate of 176. This may be due to meds you are taking or to stresses, but it is not a normal rate. You must be seen to evaluate your heart.
Even thyroid issues can cause rapid heart rate
Good luck and feel better. ...Read more
Can heart rate of 180 (caught on 14 day loop) still be considered sinus tachycardia? What can cause this if it's not my heart? No exercise/anxiety
Unlikely: Maximum HR is age related. At your age, 180 can be due to sinus tachy but only with reason eg, strenuous exercise, severe pain, anxiety thyroid XS or infection. More likely you have supraventricular tachycardia, a common but pathological condition. Your doctor will discuss treatment options. Meanwhile avoid nicotine, caffeine, alcohol, pseudoephedrine, and recreational drugs. ...Read more
I'm obese (bmi=41).I felt dispnea during light exercise (walking), but now also during rest. I have periods with tachycardia. Is it due to my obesity?
Tachycardia: It is not normal to have tachycardia at rest. Tachycardia means heart rate more than 100. if that's the case you need to consult your physician asap. ...Read more
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome gives me angina. Male 22. If I exercise laid down no heart and arm pain, if stood up I get it.
No: Pots cannot give you angina. To get angina, you have to have narrowed or blocked coronary arteries. That's unheard of at your age unless you use Cocaine or are diabetic (and then it's very rare). If you have abnormal cas, pots can exacerbate the supply/demand balance by making your heart beat faster (which increases demand). Your exertional pain is likely muscular. ...Read more
I take Sotolol, Cardizem, Atacand, (candesartan) and Clonodine for my BP & tachycardia. My cardiologist, nor my GP recommend exercise of any kind. 3rd opinion?
?: Are you saying they DO or they DON'T recommend exercise? (can't tell from the wording of your question). Obviously they know details of your condition that aren't available to me, but generally exercise of some kind is recommended. ...Read more
Ectopic atrial tachycardia... does this arrhythmia start and stop gradually? What if it is exertional related? Can rate vary since it is with exercise if it is the automatic mechanism type?
Usually this: Arrhythmia will have an abrupt initiation and termination rather than a gradual one. Sometimes it can be exertionally related but usually the rate is not variable. Long term monitoring should be able to differentiate the mechanism for you but if not, an Electrophysiologist should be able to help you with either invasive or non-invasive testing. ...Read more
I have atrial ectopic tachycardia. I'm an athlete. Episodes during exercise. Heart rate will go to 150-55 within 10 seconds of workout and get up to 200-215 as time goes on and I keep exercising. Am I supposed to stop? By 25 minutes in, avg hr195 fatigue
Consult local doc: An interventional specialist can freeze the ectopic site & end the problem through a catheter. The procedure is usually available in larger metro areas in conjunction with cardiology practice groups. The runs of rapid heart rate & fatigue might be amenable to medication but this would just "manage" the process. ...Read more
Sinus tachycardia treatment: which is better, ibravadine or bisoprolol? Avg resting HR 90-115, normotensive, no other comorbidities, exercise daily!
Sinus tachycardia: Inappropriate sinus tachycardia (IST) is a syndrome characterized by excessive resting heart rate or disproportional increase in heart rate during exercise. Metoprolol and ivabradine a new drug which effects the sinus node exert similar effects on resting heart rate but ivabradine is more effective in relieving symptoms during exercise or daily activity. ...Read more
Would heart failure be possible after normal resting echo? Pains, vomiting, collapse, tachycardia on standing and complete exercise intolerance 5 months. Possible pots but symptoms so severe I worry.
What causes resting ekgs to be inconsistent? One showed sinus tachycardia, one showed a right ventricular conduction delay, sometimes a borderline qt, sometimes high lv force. I'm an athlete. Feel very fatigued after exercise. Normal to be inconsistent?
Varies: There can be a number of reasons that an ekg can be "inconsistent". First, if your cardiac condition varies then the keg findings can vary; second, there can be variations in the placement of the leads by the technician that can sometimes make ekgs appear different; also, if different people are reading the ekgs it may be interpreted differently. Echocardiogram may be helpful in athletes as well ...Read more
*Resting heart rate 90+ for last 2 weeks *Tachycardia, on verapamil to slow down pulse *Exercise 5x/week *on Clobetasol for alopecia *thyroid good???
How do you FEEL?: Individual heart rates vary tremendously and there's almost no science here, though there's a great deal of superstition. How is your blood pressure? I trust you're not taking a medicine as tricky as verapamil to treat a number. Since you're exercising, and I take it have normal exercise tolerance without being interrupted by shortness of breath, I'd urge you to be thankful for good health. ...Read more
Is it possible to miss a coronary artery anomaly on MRI? Persistent sinus tachycardia, chest discomfort and fatigue associated w exercise in an athlete?
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