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Heart Rate 153 Dangerous
Slow heart beat: If you don't have any symptoms like dizziness, pre-syncope, syncope or fatigue or chest pain or shortness of breath, then you are ok. But you complained of chest pain. Hence it should be treated. Its etiology should be elicited. Thyroid problems and blocks in heart arteries should be ruled out. Consult your physician. ...Read more
Heart rate: Normally heart rate responds to exercise or physiologic demand levels. Usually we don't see it go over 180-200 even with high levels of exercise. This level while tolerated by 'normals' may be dangerous in patients with heart disease or other forms of disease. In other words, one number doesn't fit all. ...Read more
Varies: There is no specific dangerous heart rate during exercise. How fast your heart beats with exercise depends on a number of factors, especially your conditioning. If you are healthy, a heart reate in the 170's or even higher may be ok and tolerated. Now if you have a problem such as coronary disease, the safe heart rate would depend on an assessment by your doctor. A stress test is commonly done. ...Read more
Maximal heart rate: Calculations are estimates. If you are heathy enough nothing will happen to you. During exercise you go up to where you can go. I go over mine all the times at 50 y/0. Enjoy your work out. ...Read more
But concentrating on your heart rate has the tendency to INCREASE IT!
Just a thought
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Usually benign: Get checked though for thyroid disorder, arrythmia (svt, pvc) etc. Or could just be anxiety/panic attack. Have u had holter monitoring done? Cut down on caffeine, soda, energy drinks and alcohol. Go see your dr for a repeat ekg. May need a beta blocker. If stress echo is normal, it means your heart is structurally sound. You are still young to have serious heart ailment. Give us some feedback! ...Read more
Hello, I have a question regarding my heart. And how high my heart rate went up ad see if its dangerous or if I will be ok.?
Max HR: Is defined by 220-age...Would need more details to better answer. ...Read more
While I'm cycling in the morning my heart rate goes to as up as 175bpm with a average of 150bpm. It's that too dangerous or its normal?
Normal: Everyone has an intrinsic "maximal heart rate" which is different for each of us. During a strenuous workout, you may in fact want to get to 95% of your max heart rate. Unfortunately, without a max heart rate test, you don't know what that is. In any event, if you feel good about the effectiveness of your workouts then there is no cause for concern. ...Read more
Was doing some cardio work outs yesterday for the first time in a while and my heart rate went up to 200 beats a min. Is this normal or dangerous?
Neither: Deconditioned peole can have rapid pulses with excercise. Depending on ones age the heart rate max is 220- the age. So for a 20 year old this can be normal. The heart rate with exercise should improve with persisten excercise as vagal tone improves. One should stopnexcercise if dizzy, lightheaded, chest pain or excessive difficulty breathing and see a doctor to be sure. ...Read more
Been bedridden for a year, been sitting up some lately. Sat up 4 hours and counting as of this post Heart rate up at 89. Is this dangerous for me?
Maybe: If you are resting, a heart rate of 150 and SPO2 of 90 is definitely abnormal. See your doctor. ...Read more
No: That heart rate isn't dangerous but it's unclear whether or not it's normal. If you've been active, anxious, have fever, pain, thyroid excess, anemia etc., it may be appropriate. If you're resting and it doesn't slow down over 5 minutes, it's abnormal and you should get an EKG done ASAP for purposes of diagnosis. ...Read more
How high?: High heart rate more than 100 beats per minute can be a sign of lack of physical conditioning, endocrine disease like hyperthyroidism, sign/symptom of heart disease, dehydration, lung disease like asthma/copd, drug induced like to much caffeine/ energy drinks, chronic disease like liver and renal insufficiency, etc. You need a history and physical to evaluate the reason. ...Read more
Resting HR: HR is usually between 60-90, 72 is best. We usually don't worry till < 45 or 40 (may not perfuse enough), as athletes may have HR in 50's, or higher than 100 (120-130 is really more worrisome (beating to fast to perfuse), 100 just tells us to evaluate why high). Hypo/hyperthoridism affect HR, medications (caffeine/alcohol/), POTS, cardiac issues, rare conditions like carcinoid/ f/u/ w/ doc, ...Read more
High heart rate: Mostly it depends on symptoms associated with the heart rate, so if the rate is 120 beats per minute and the patient has shortness of breath or chest pain associated with it, then it is too high. However, if you are active and exercise regularly then your heart can tolerate a higher heart rate for a longer period of time. ...Read more
No: It is very normal for your baby's heart rate to elevate when he is fussy. As long as his color appears to be normal (i.e. Lips remain pink in color, never dusky, blue or purple), your baby is having good circulation. Once your baby calms down, the heart rate should go back down to it's normal pace. ...Read more
Exercise and pulse: Young people can easily exceed the recommended pulse rate of (220-age) x 0.7. First off, it's an artificial, but fair estimate for the average person in average condition. Use it as a gauge for measuring cardiovascular fitness. As you get fit, equivalent amounts of exercise should require lesser heart rates; greater exertion can be done with similar heart rates. Don't over think it or overdo it. ...Read more
Bradycardia: Bradycardia is slow heart rate, typically defined as less than 60 beats per minute. 43bpm is pretty darn low but highly trained endurance athletes are known to have extremely low heart rates, especially "younger" ones. Slow heart rate becomes a concern when you complain of feeling dizzy, lightheaded, faint etc. Some medications can cause slow heart rate. Check w/your family doc to be sure. ...Read more
I'm a 21 year old female. I was wondering how fast you could get your heart rate up before it becomes dangerous?
Maximum: Average maximum heart rate for a 21 year old is about 200. If you run a 50 yard dash, you'll achieve maximum heart rate in ...Read more
Is a heart rate of 87 at rest high or dangerous? Is it ok? Heart rate sometimes even hits 90. Can the human heart handle this without problems?
That is fine: Almost everything you read about heart rates is subscience. Be thankful for good health. ...Read more
When I'm at work (nursing) my heart rate is almost always over 110bpm. While exercising yesterday it went up to 198bpm. Suggestions? Dangerous?
Cardiac awareness: Lots of factors influence heart rate. The availability of easy to use monitors has enabled people to pay close attention to these normal reactions. Exercise should cause the HR to go up. Unless heart rate changes are associated with more worrisome symptoms (chest discomfort, shortness of breath, dizziness/fainting) they are unlikely to mean anything bad. ...Read more
Ecstasy: Yes the high heart rate is not good. ...Read more
Dangerous: Blood pressure that low is not enough to perfuse vital organs if present for very long. This would require emergent treatment with fluids and/or vasopressors to treat, unless just a transient event. ...Read more
I know a ten year old, female who has taccicardia. Her heart rate has reached 200. Could this be dangerous for her?
Tachycardia is..: Usually not life threatening in a child with an otherwise normal heart. They may not feel well when it happens, however. Treatment is available in the form of daily medication, or a catheter-based procedure called an ablation to try and eliminate the abnormal rhythm. I recommend her parents find a pediatric electrophysiologist in your area, who would have expertise in these issues. ...Read more
Teen 15. With arrythmia, my heart rate goes to 220 beats per minute and can last for half an hour. Is this dangerous?
Tachycardia: A diagnosis of the type and cause of the arrhythmia is necessary. In some people such an arrhythmia can be dangerous. It shouldn't be ignored. Once the Doc has identified the information, the Doc can tell you if the arrhythmia is dangerous in you. ...Read more
I have been taking 5mg, of imipramine for pain. My heart rate is a bit fast (105 bts a minute). Is this dangerous, do I have to stop the med?
Probably not: Fast heart rate is an infrequent side effect of imipramine. At your age a rate of 105 is not dangerous if you do not have heart disease. If the increase heart rate started when you started the medication, then you should stop it and see your doctor and have him/her look into it further. ...Read more
At what point does a high heart rate during exercise become dangerous? Would an extremely high heart rate of 250-270bpm be considered dangerous?
Maximum: Maximum predicted heart rate is calculated as 220-age. For a 22 year old the maximum heart rate is therefore 198 bpm. If your heart rate reaches 250-270 during exercise, it would be best to get evaluated. ...Read more
Is a heart rate of 180bpm without exercise dangerous? It's sinus rythmn. No anxiety happens multiple times a night and 1 or 2 times during the day.
Investigation: This needs to be investigated further, likely by a cardiologist and/or endocrinologist. In the meantime, you should taper off caffeine, any drug like Sudafed/Claritin-D/Actifed..., no illegals of any kind, avoid sugar/colas. Learn general Information about health and well-being by going to my website: Put my full name in Google and click on the link. HRS, MD, FACC ...Read more
Dangerous to exercise with a high resting heart rate of 155+ all responses greatly appreciated thanks! Also I am already seeing a cardio and have med
?: Bonnie, it's hard for me to imagine that your cardio has not treated your resting heart rate of 155+. This is damaging to your heart whether you exercise or not. Moreover, if your resting heart rate is near its maximum, you're not going to get very far with your exercise. ...Read more
Hi I take propranolol for anxiety but I understand this slows my heart rate down, I want to join the gym but would taking propranolol be dangerous?
No: Generally no. Your maximum heart rate may be slower but being on propranolol should not pose a serious risk. Certainly worth discussing with the MD that prescribed the propranolol but it really shouldn't be dangerous. That said, I don't believe propranolol is all that effective for anxiety. if its helping then great but if not there are more effective anxiety meds: SSRIs. ...Read more
Not per se: A low heart rate is not in itself dangerous. Many well conditioned athletes have low resting heart rates with excellent cardiac health. A low heart rate that associated with cardiac disease may be an entirely different story. Resting heart rates less than 30 or low rates associated with symptoms always need investigation. ...Read more
No not short term.:
Heart rate going up is normal during exercise. If your heart rate stays elevated despite resting and even during sleep then that is not normal and need further evaluation.
Pain can sometimes increase heart rate as may other conditions like thyroid problems.
I would see your pcp for further evaluation. ...Read more
Danger-no, worry-yes: A 10 year old can sustain a rapid heart rate for extended periods much easier than an older adult. However, an evaluation to discover and resolve the reason this is occurring is important. ...Read more
Are pvcs more dangerous if you only have them with a fast heart rate sometimes big and trig pvcs?
Atrial Fibrillation: Alcohol consumption, especially chronic is associated with atrial fibrillation. You need medical attention -- can be dangerous. Some people can be converted to normal rhythm with medications or clinical maneuvers, some need to be electrically cardioverted. Some need anticoagulant medications while the situation is being assessed and afterwards. ...Read more
I have panic attacks every night. My heart rate gets up to 125 sometimes. Is this dangerous. An what can I do for them?
No, but feels like it: Panic attacks are not life threatening even if they feel like they are. They are described by most like a "heart attack" and often seen at the er but they can be very frightening. They are treated with anxiolytics and antidepressants. Cognitive behavioral therapy also helps as well as relaxation techniques. ...Read more
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