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Heart Rate Of 90 At Rest
Is a heart rate of 77 after walking 80 minutes at 2.3mph good? Is a higher heart rate normal after waking up? I want to lower my resting heart rate.
Is it safe to run at slow pace, although heart rate goes into 90% range (190+) after 10 min. Resting heart rate, BP and stress test are all normal. ?
Running pace: Yes. Remember that you calculate the desired heart rate for exercise by the formula: 70% x (220 - yourage) as your target heart rate. Your maximal heart rate is just 220 minus yourage. As long as you don't exceed your maximal heart rate, you should be ok. With continued exercise, your pulse will trend lower during exercise. ...Read more
Not exactly: Your heart rate tends to fall lower, than resting, when you are sleeping. You may also be prone to faster heart rates, during different stages of sleep or dreaming. It's not unusual for someones, otherwise healthy, heart to go slower when you are asleep. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Echo, X-ray, blood work, stress test all normal. Will take CCBs for the PVCs but worried about lowering heart rate at rest (avg rest rate 53).
Can/bradycardia : There are several CCBs that will decrease PVCs very effectively, that when monitored properly will not significantly further lower your pulse. It's a matter of effectiveness vs side effects. I take it those PVCs are causing you symptoms? If not, in a healthy person with normal anatomical/functional heart there is no reason to treat these... ...Read more
I get pvcs when exercise and when at rest. Alwasy feel them even when at resting heart rate . Heart dr said heart is good . Resting rate is 50-65 bpm?
Follow cardiologist: If your cardiologist says that your heart is normal than you do not have to worry.I f your heart rate is 50 to 65 it means you have bradycardia .If you feel there is something wrong with your heart, than you can get a second opinion from another cardiologist .How do you know you are getting pvcs, do you have a monitor on you when you exercise. ...Read more
Not sleeping through night. Sleep about 4 hours, rest of night half awake. Resting heart rate 103. Thyroid?
What r the chances at age 47 with a leaky heart value. Heart at functioning at 45 percent. Of a herart attack.
See your doc: A leaky valve and a weak heart muscle would not increase your risk of a heart attack unless they are severe. You should see your cardiologist to assess your risk of having a heart attack ( by taking your history and doing your exam, doing blood work and possibly a stress test...) but most of all find out the reason of your leaky valve and weak heart muscle at such an early age. ...Read more
Resting Heart Rate 60 - 70bpm, after doing heavy cardio, it stays between 80 - 90bpm for the rest of the day. Heart disease? No other symptoms though.
A little fast But...: A healthy teen should have a slightly lower resting heart rate if in good physical condition. This rate may be a function of anemia, lack of exercise, or general low activity level. Have a routine physical exam and mention this to your doctor to assure no medical concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
High heart rate when I wake up from sleep around 90 bpm, feeling anxious and nervous, normalises during rest of the day, previous ecg and echo normal.
Resting heart ejection factor has stablized at 35-40%, improves at 45-50% under stress. How to improve resting ejection factor?
Depends: Depends on cause, duration and whether you're a candidate for resynchronization pacing. The standard therapy to improve ef is a combination of betablockade (especially carvedilol/coreg) plus an ace-inhibitor taken daily for months to years. Some forms of cardiomyopathy are not reversible, unfortuntately. Since you've had a stent, a careful look for hibernating myocardium is indicated. ...Read more
If somebody has high heart rate (>90 at rest) it is very easy to hit the max HR during exercise even moderate. How safe is to exercise at that level?
Slowly increase...: Lack of conditioning can lead to a HR that increases rather quickly with exercise. Slowly increasing the duration & exertion with exercise - and being consistent with exercise will help lead to a lower resting HR and a slower increase. The max HR recommendations are safe; however, it isn't easy to maintain them for a length of time that would be beneficial. Build up your tolerance. ...Read more
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