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Does Your Heart Rate Increase When You Dream
I am a 90 yr old retired dentist with heart disease. I am having trouble with dizzines even though the dosage was cut to 25mg. If I stop taking it, my fibrillation and heart rate increase a lot.
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"talking about", Sir. If it is LOPRESSOR (metoprolol tartrate) ask your Cardiologist to suggest another beta-blocker!! There are quite a few with VARYING side effects and I bet there is one for you!
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Depends: Depends on how into it you are. ...Read more
It may not: There can be a small temporary decrease or increase in your heart rate immediately before or after a sneeze. This is not from the sneeze itself, but it is related to the deep breath taken before the sneeze or the sudden blowing out of air during the sneeze. These large changes in filling of one's lungs can change the pressure inside the chest, and briefly affect the heart rate. ...Read more
Many reasons: Heart rate increases with fever. It increases with pain (which usually accompanies flu). It increases with dehydration, which happens more quickly than normal if you have a fever and aren't drinking well enough. It increases with combinations of all of the above. Rarely, it happens because the virus that is making you sick effects your heart directly. ...Read more
Valsalva Manuver: When you do the mentioned activities, you trigger what is called valsalva reflex that make your heart rate go up. ...Read more
Heart rate: It is a reaction that some people may have. You should try and avoid these foods. If the food is very spicy this can be induced by a reaction to the burning and your body producing a response to a percieved injury. ...Read more
It may be: The heart rate is affected by emotional factors and music can have powerful emotional effects. Music with a fast, "jumpy" beat can be especially so. ...Read more
Vasodilitation: Hearts job is to keep brain alive any drop I pressure from blood shunting to other parts will be adjusted forcby increasing heart rate. ...Read more
Less than 10: Change in position triggers the carotid baroreceptors to gently change hr in order to stabilize BP from effects of gravity. Normal bp/hr fluctuations should be less than 10 points unless dehydrated, over medicated, or suffering from neurally mediated dysfunction (abnormal reflex arc between the baroreceptors, the brainstem, and the heart). ...Read more
Not significantly: There can be a small temporary decrease or increase in your heart rate immediately before or after a sneeze. This is not from the sneeze itself, but it is related to the deep breath taken before the sneeze or the sudden blowing out of air during the sneeze. These large changes in filling of one's lungs can change the pressure inside the chest, and briefly affect the heart rate. ...Read more
Increases: If it doesn't increase, you need to see a doctor! (the condition is called "chronotropic incompetence"). ...Read more
Does your heart rate increase as the day goes by like example my resting heart rate way 60 this morning now after breakfast it's 80. Is this normal?
It's not the time: It's not that time has progressed, it's that you ate and you're digesting your food, a signal to your heart to enrich the blood supply to your digestive tract. Your heart responds to your needs. ...Read more
Is the rate at which you burn calories dependent on how fast your heart beats, will medication that makes your heart rate increase burn more calories?
Not dependent on hr:
Not a bit no. For that matter diet pills that induce significant weight loss do not significantly raise metabolism. (I try for 1000 calories out per day; studies showing m a y b e a tenth of that with drug induced metabolic effects are what I mean by NOT significant).
but changing thoughts/ behaviors help.
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Compensation: There is a decline in the amount of blood flow delivered by each heart beat. The heart compensates by beating more often to maintain overall output. Also the decline in blood flow may result in excess adrenaline which elevates the blood pressure. Alternatively high blood pressure causes cardiomyopathy. ...Read more
To keep up output: Cardiac output is the amount of blood (in liters) pumped out of the heart in one min. It is calculated as stroke volume x heart rate. Cardiomyopathy makes the heart pump less efficiently and so reduces the amount per stroke (stroke volume) so to make up for the drop in stroke volume, the heart beats faster. Blood pressure is not typical for dilated cm, but may be due to other concurrent condition. ...Read more
I am sufring from body problem. I am quickly tired on walking and my heart rate increase rapidly.
Internal Medicine: Based on the limited information provided the symptoms are: easy fatigability and tachycardia, possibly tachy-arrythmia brought on with minimal exertion. Many medical conditions can cause these symptoms, some benign and easily treatable. However, a detailed history and exam by your doctor along with at least a chest x-ray and an ECG is needed to rule out some of the more concerning medical causes. ...Read more
Side effect: That is called tachycardia and is a side effect. It may not be good for you. ...Read more
What is delayed heart rate recovery? Why does my heart rate increase seem to be delayed with exertion happening then my HR climbs after I'm resting?
HR goes dn w/ rest: A normal heart rate goes DOWN when resting, usually coming back to "normal" (60 to 100 bpm) within 5-10 minutes. If the heart rate does not come back down in this range or (perhaps as in your case), it goes UP, then that points to a problem. Usually it means deconditioning (you're out of shape) but occasionally it means ...Read more
It should: Acute hypotension should trigger reflex tachycardia/ increased heart rate unless they take medicine to keep their heart rate under control or they have some other condition that will impair the reflex response. Some people live at lower blood pressures- in 2 digits and they do not have a reason to have tachycardia until their blood pressure falls from their baseline. ...Read more
Is it nromal for heart rate increase working on a hot day? Its been riding about 88-120 all day im home now and showered still riding about 85 im scar
It is normal for the: Heart rate to increase on very hot days, and to come back down when you cool off. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Heart rate: With a meal blood is shunted to the gut for digestion and rate typically increases ...Read more
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