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Heart Rate At Rest 126 Bpm
EKG is normal (One will do) and you have no symptoms that probably means a NORMAL and well "conditioned" heart!
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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
Heart rate: 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
My average heart rate even at rest is as high as 90 to 100 bpm, what is the best way to reduce it to about 70?
Why?: Your heart is regulated by a system of fine neurohumoral mechanisms - why are you trying to defeat them? If your resting hr is 90-100, there's a reason for it. That said, generally the better shape you're in, the slower your resting hr so working out and being keeping body mass index 18-25 will usually do the trick. Fever, anemia, anxiety, stress, exercise, xs thyroid etc. Increases it. ...Read more
Husband has a heart rate of 134 bpm just resting or sitting down. But he says he feels fine. I'm nervous and scared for him. Possibilities?????
Tachycardia: This is a very abnormal resting heart rate that despite lack of symptoms MUST be immediately evaluated,you madam are correct, ...Read more
I'm a man, 24 yo. My heart rate jumps from 60 to 85 BPM very quickly when i'm sitting down, resting for an hour. I workout 6 days/week. Is it normal?
There is a normal: Fluctuations of heart rate between the phases of respiration in a normal person. 85/min is a normal heart rate. Are you having any other symptoms? Are you drinking coffee or energy drinks in excess? Are you using drugs like marihuana? If u have no other symptoms and u can exercise without any problems, you are probably ok. But, a good history and physical a good idea if that bother you. ...Read more
Hr 77: Normal.Get a more detailed answer ›
Heart rate: 77 beats per minute is with the normal range. ...Read more
What to do if I'm 19 years old, female, and my at rest heart rate tends to be between 80 and 100 bpm?
Normal: That's normal. Your profile says you're 46. What's up? ...Read more
My resting heart rate has been pretty low (around 60 BPM consistently). Is this rate okay if I feel fine?
Heart rate: resting rate of 60bpm is fineGet a more detailed answer ›
My resting heart rate has averages of 58 to 66 today it was at 48 BPM should I be concenered about how low it got
No: Although a heart rate is technically bradycardia, this may not be abnormally low for you. You may have a lower resting heart rate because of your level of physical conditioning. A slower heart rate is not a problem if it is not associated with symptoms, such as weakness, light headedness, e.T. Cetera. ...Read more
My heart rate is always 56-57 BPM while resting in bed. I am NOT fit and I am actually 192lbs so very over weight. Causes? Worry?
Hi, my son is 14 and is 170cm and weighs 56kg. His resting heart rate is 58 bpm whilst lying and his bp is 116/56. Is he normal please?
The information you provided is not a cause for any concern.
You may advise him that 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. ...Read more
Is it normal to have a resting heart rate of 56 bpm? I've become more active over the last couple of months. Been going to the gym 5 times a week.
The more you exercise and become fit, the lower your resting heart rate. The opposite is also true: the worse shape you are, the higher the resting heart rate.
Keep it up with the exercise!! ...Read more
High (approx. 80 BPM) resting heart rate. Previously sedentary. My heart pounds hard and fast during T25 DVD workout - is actually feeling it normal?
Heart rate and exerc: Heart rate of 80 is still well within the normal range. If you have started an exercise program after being relatively sedentary - its not unusual that you might see an increase in pulse. As your body adjusts to the new exercise program and your cardiovascular health improves the pulse will lower. The pounding is simply your body letting you know its out of shape. Good luck ...Read more
I take 10mg inderall for fast heart rate resting rate is usually over 90 bpm, would it be ok to take 2 pills at once? I don't think 1 pill helps much.
Yes you can, but...: The dosage must be determined by individual titration by increasing from 10 mg to 50 mg per day when used alone. Rec.: see your prescribing physician for a medication adjustment. Do not self medicate to prevent future complications. ...Read more
Yes: But you should get out and do some more exercise. Even walking vigorously 15 minutes a day would be good for you. ...Read more
High: A resting heart rate of 120 BPM is abnormal for an 18 year old. The most common cause for a high resting heart rate in an 18 year old is anxiety, but there are several other important causes. A few of these include cardiomyopathy/myocarditis, hyperthyroidism, infection, severe anemia, or cardiac arrhythmia. If your true resting heart rate is 120 bpm, you should see your doctor. ...Read more
Hr: Resting heart rate of 120 is too high for most people. You should get checked by your physician to see if there's something wrong. ...Read more
A bit low but...:
"Normal" resting heart rate for men is 60-100, though 57 concerns me less than if it was 90. Those who are in good athletic condition may have lower heart rates. 57 is close enough to normal to be of minimal concern.
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My resting heart rate is about 106 bpm. I just restarted taking vyvance after a month break. Is this normal. ?
What is a normal heart rate when active. I mean like cooking n cleaning. My resting heart rate is 77bpm. Was 85 BPM when I was cooking. ?
A normal heart rate range is 40-90. Therefore nothing to worry about. However, it is useful to be checked for risk factors such as LDL (cholesterol), high blood pressure, family history of heart disease, glucose abnormalities and smoking. Check with your doc.
Additionally, you may be deconditioned and not doing enough exercise. Discuss your exercise program with your doc also. ...Read more
Good exercises to do on a daily routine to lower resting heart rate would be what? Son is skinny But his resting heart rate is around 90 bpm.
Aerobic fitness : Most of what you read about heart rate in subscience. Junior owes it to himself to get physically fit, with resistance and / or aerobic fitness as his interests direct. He needs to look and feel good, and this will come from a serious commitment to real athletic training. Only he can choose what is right for him, but both will lower heart rate and do much, much more. ...Read more
My heart rate is real low shoul i worry 40 bpm at rest, 24 yr old male...my cardiologist seems to be ok with this but idk what to think? Help?
If asymptomatic - OK: Most of us have a resting heart rate between 60-100 ( on no medications) but some have a normal low heart rate - athletes for example. At your age if your heart rate goes up appropriately with exercise and you have no symptoms - dizziness, passing out etc it is likey to be a normal variant ...Read more
My resting heart rate is 55 bpm. I live a sedentary life. I never had my heart below 57. I guess i have little anxiety and I am really worried.
Have an exam: If you were quite physically active, this would be a fine HR. But, as you say you are not - something is not right. Don't panic but do have a full exam w/ lab work. It may be thyroid function or some other easy to address issue. Also consider some therapy to learn anxiety mgmt skills. It can really help build a stronger and more satisfying life. ...Read more
Today at the pharmacy I found out my resting heart rate has been high, lowest heart rate was 108 bpm highest was tonight.. 123 bpm
Resting? Or walking: A true resting heart rate is measures after 15 minutes of laying down or sitting in a chair without anxious thoughts in your head. Walking up to the pharmacy's machine and pressing a button doesn't count. That being said, if your resting heart rate is truly elevated, try to find the cause. If there is no prior heart history, Rx may not be needed. Propranolol for anxiety & SVT is often used. TTYD. ...Read more
My resting heart rate is anywhere from 59-65 bpm, but as soon as I get up in the morning my rate stays around 70-85 bmp even if I am sitting down?
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