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Causes Of Rapid Heart Rate At Rest
I go from tachycardia of 120-160 to bradycardia 49bpm. What could cause these huge alterations in heart rate? Always at rest.
Multiplr issies: Cardiac irregulariities must be seen and checked with EKGs, Holter monitoring and blood tests- multiple contributing issues- address with your cardiologist. ...Read more
Can overtraining cause an elevated resting heart rate? What would be considered an elevated resting HR? HR at rest is over 100? Tachycardia?
Athletes actually: Tend to have low resting heart rate ...Read more
I have started taking Zoloft (sertraline) 3 days ago and today I felt a rapid heart rate while I was resting. What could be the cause of the rapid heart rate?
I have inappropriate sinus tachycardia I'm on no medication and resting heart rate above 100 and slight movement to over 130 will it cause damage?
What could cause Lightheadedness, tightness in throat along with palpitations and brief chest pain? Sometimes low resting heart rate of 45-60 BPM.
Could obesity itself cause constant tachycardia (fast heart rate, even resting), heart flutters, and palpitations?
If somebody has a rapid heart rate at rest, almost 90 - 100 - for a very long time, is that dangerous for the heart? How can I decrease that rate?
Heart rate: A normal heart rate ranges from 60 to 100 beats a minute. A heart beat that is in the higher range of normal could indicate several things- one of them could be thyroid trouble. Medications can also affect the heart rate. You should review with your doc. Finally deconditioning or lack of exercise can contribute. Hope your health gets better! ...Read more
Intermittent Rapid heart rate at rest and after warm bath/showers?! 2 week Event/Holter negative, even during intense exercise. Not anxious.
Rapid pulse: It would be helpful if you are able to accurately count your pulse (beats per minute) when you feel you're heart is racing to see if criterion for abnormally rapid heart rate is met. Exposure to heat does increase the heart rate until the body cools down. If your symptoms occur almost daily, the monitor should have detected tachycardia unless you didn't experience it while wearing the monitor. ...Read more
I have been coming off bisoprolol with the advise of my dr which was used for sinus tachycardia My heart rate at rest is 130 bpm how can I lower this?
Try exercise: And make sure your bisprolol was tapered carefully if you were on a high dose. Overall though it seems like a really good idea to get off of it if it was just for sinus tachycardia. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Technically that is resting hr. Elevated hr with exercise would be appropriate compensatory tachycardia. Relative tachycardia can be found in patients with resting heart rate that is low and elevation by about 30 BPM above that. Not really tachycardia but behaves like it in person in that situation. ...Read more
I'm 24 and I have a heart rate of 96 resting also suffer a lot with palpitations and dizziness is there anything to worry about?
See your doctor: You should visit your doctor. He/she will listen to you, perform an examination, possibly run some tests and find out what's going on. ...Read more
My friends 17 year old daughter has a rapid heart rate which at night when at rest she feels her heart racing, others in family same. Hereditary?
EKG: Cardiologist consult and evaluation is mandatory.Get a more detailed answer ›
22 got post orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. My heart rate sometimes is 52-58 resting but usually 60-80. Is the low hr dangerous? See tests on profi
HR not dangerous:
Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (pots) is characterized by tachycardia, elevated heart rate, on standing with decrease in blood flow to the brain. A low heart rate is not part of this diagnosis.
Some pts have associated vaso-depressor syndrome which can cause a low BP and sometimes a low heart rate (cardio-inhibitory).
Your hr is not in a dangerous range unless symptoms present. ...Read more
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
Is normal to have continuously resting, withoutphiysical activity heart rate 120/min after more than 1 hour? I have diagnosed paroxysmal tachycardia.
Abnormal: Having a heart rate at that level at rest is not normal. An ekg would help determine the rhythm. There are several potential causes. ...Read more
I have a history of pots but it's well controlled. I have a cold for 2 days and my resting heart rate is 100 and palpitations. High from cold?
See a doctor: If you are having palpitations this suggests the possibility of a potentially dangerous arrhythmia. This is, in all likelihood, benign but should be checked out professionally. If necessary go to an ER. Hope all works out well. ...Read more
I sometimes get palpitations when jogging. It'll be just one big pvc and its scary. Hardly ever got one at rest, Just with elevated heart rate, benign?
22yo M w constant palpitations with low nd high heart rate Up to 190 at rest as low as 50 Monitor shows Frequent PVT but different types What's it mean?
Could be a sinus: Arrhythmia. Suggest a consultation with a cardiologist. ...Read more
Depends: At your age it could be either. I have seen both. If you are at rest, calm and comfortable and it continues to stay at 160, might be SVT ...Read more
Rapid heart rate (95 at rest) continuing hours after several glasses of beer. Nausea. Should I be concerned? ER?
You are probably: Just dehydrated. Drink lots of fluids (electrolyte containing would be best) and if the symptoms persist for more than 24 hours then go for evaluation. ...Read more
Male 22, resting heart rate 50. Also have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Will midodrine lower my resting hr even more?
Midodrine is a: Stimulant of Alpha adrenergic receptors. As a side effect can cause severe bradycardia. This drug have been use to treat severe intractable pots. You should be follow by an endocrinologist familiar with pots and all drugs and side effects use for the treatment. You should discuss the above treatment with your doctor, and close follow important if the decision is to use it. ...Read more
I am taking bisoprolol 5 mg for inappropriate sinus tachycardia but my heart rate still going up to 130 bpm at rest how is this possible?
PALPITATIONS W/U: YOU MAY NEED TO INCREASE THE DOSE: you need exam/labs especially TFTS/EKG/Event Monitor/ECHO andThe discussion of treatment options with your doctor. While you are waiting eliminate caffeine focus on staying hydrated. If palpitations worsen or syncope develops go directly to the ER stick to a GF diet WholeApproach. Com gutbliss. Com ...Read more
28/f, possible heart attack? I've been having palpitations and intermittent rapid heart rate (150-160 resting bpm, lasting 1-3 hours) for a couple of months. Last week as I was getting dressed I suddenly felt dizzy and nauseated, and felt a weight on my s
WPW syndrome?: It sound like you have a cardiac arrhymia known as wolff-parkingson-white syndrome. See a cardiologist. He will want to run tests before putting you on medication. ...Read more
Tachycardia from drinking alcohol. I am hydrated, and I have taken propranolol/xanax, but cannot get my heart rate below 95 while resting? Now what?
I am experiencing lightheadedness, fatigue and dizziness (better by: with fluids, rest) (worsened by: hot weather, sitting upright, prolonged standing). The following also describes me: Rapid heart rate. What should I do?
You may not be drinking enough water. Drink enough water daily so that your urine is mostly colorless.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
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After a lot of tests, they said I have Sinus Tachycardia. Resting heart rate has been 120+ for last 7 years. Introvert, social anxiety, sedentary life style. Can I Workout? Is it treatable? I can walk miles but breaks after 3-4 sets of stairs.
I have ADD. Now experiencing tachycardia & have family history of SVT. Can see heart beating under sternum& resting heart rate is 128. Get an EKG?
Heart Palpitations, pain in chest, panic attacks electrolytes r normal cat scan clean resting heart rate 115-120 d-dimer positive no apparent clots???
Propranolol: All of your symptoms would improve with a beta blocker. Propranolol is a good one. Since it requires a prescription, talk it over with your doctor. (ps, as you've probably already realized, a positive ddimer is meaningless unless you have risk factors and clinical suggestion for blood clots. ...Read more
Rapid heart rate (120 resting), nausea, bloody stool, migraines, mild fever following snowboarding and a few hard falls (one to head). 6 hours since??
The ER calls you: I believe your resting heartrate is way too high and may represent an incompensable bleed that could be occurring thorugh the GI system or into the peritoneum. The best thing to do for yourself aside from getting to the ER is tanking up with as much fluid (water, juice, milk) as possible right now. Get some samples of your stool from the toilet as well...if possible and take it in for testing. ...Read more
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