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29 yr old female, good health 125lbs, resting heart rate ranges from 109-130. How do I know when I should see somebody for this?
Tachycardia: Yes. As we age out heart rates decrease from normal newborn rates 120-160 to adult rates 60- 90 by early adolescent. A baseline of 120 at 19 pre exercise is exceedingly fast and should be evaluated with an MD soon with an ECG and other cardiac evaluation for arrthymias or congenital disease either cardiac or pulmonary or some other underlying diseases anemia cancers infection ...Read more
My resting heart rate has been 100-130 for 2-3 years. I'm a 23 year old healthy female in my second year of medical school. Should I worry about this?
Cardiology: Yes, you should see a Cardiologist, discontinue any energy drinks, decongestants, coffee, tea, Moutain Dew or other stimulants for now. That is abnormally high for a resting heart rate. A Holter monitor or event monitor might be instructive. At least see your primary care physician for an EKG and advice. If you are overweight, then start a weight loss program with a reduced calorie diet as well. ...Read more
19 y/o female, generally healthy, not very active (not overweight though). Been anxious about my heart lately, as my resting heart rate feels slow/I feel tired often. Resting BPM is usually around 55-60. It'll go up with exercise, but I'm worried?
Anxiety: I understand your concern. “I feel tired often” indicates feeling overwhelmed with stresses in your life. Stress can cause anxiety and depression. Heart rate going up with exercise indicates good functioning heart. Feel the Wonder of 3 Billion muscle cells in Heart working together to send blood with Oxygen to every part of body due to which we are alive. See Psychiatrist for Therapy , Medication ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
32 female healthy weight. Resting heart rate has been at 120 for 4 hours. Should I go to ER? No anxiety
It is not normal: for a person your age to have a persistent resting heart rate over 120 BPM in the absence of significant clinical issues (fever, pain, anxiety, dehydration, anemia, thyroid disorder.) It would be important to diagnose the etiology of your arrhythmia as this will help to target treatment in the future. Go to the ER now. Do not delay. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Most resting heart rate normals are 80 to 100 bpm. Some people's resting heart rate is higher. Abnormal reasons for higher resting heart rate include anemia, hyperthyroidism, fever, ongoing inflammation or infection, dehydration and there is also a pathologic sinus tachycardia condition. You'd need to see a dr. And be evaluated if you're worried about your resting heart rate. ...Read more
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My resting heart rate is between 110 and 120. Is this normal? I am 5'9" and 120 lbs., 34, female.
No: It is not normal. It can be a side effect of quetiapine. A search for other causes is reasonable: thyroid excess, anemia, fever, infection, emotional upset, and pain are typical. More ominous causes include av fistula, congestive heart failure, or sepsis. A 24 hr heart recording would be helpful (to see your hr during sleep). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a 56 yr old female, resting heart rate is 100-103, how can I lower this? Should i worry? No other symtoms.
Ck this out: With pcp- may need thyroid studies- if irregular an ekg. ...Read more
I have a fast resting heart rate. I'm 30 and female. I work out moderately. My heart rate is 95 on average and never less than 85. Is that too high?
I am a fairly healthy male.age28.I do work out regularlybut not recently. I have a resting heart rate that ranges from 53-62.No other symptoms.normal?
How come a person with a low resting heart rate is healthier than a person with a higher resting heart?
Fitness: An individual who is in better fitness shape will need to have their heart pump less often to supply blood and oxygen to their body. So if that person does strenuous exercise there will be a greater range for the heart to increase to supply oxygen to the muscles used in exercise. Obviously there is also an efficiency training effect with exercise, but that is a brief explanation. ...Read more
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