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Heartbeat 103 Beats Per Minute
Depends: Our heart works to provide adequate blood flow, usually described in liters/min. To reach this value the heart ejects a certain volume with each beat, known as the stroke volume (sv described as ml/beat). This is multiplied by the heart rate (beats/minute) to yield a volume per minute. The blood flow needed depends on what you are doing, sleeping requires alot less than exercise. The rate will vary. Read more
If you are a child: Maybe?Get a more detailed answer ›
30 minutes after: What? Exercise? Yes this too high.Get a more detailed answer ›
My heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. How low can your heart beat drop before it's dangerous?
Depends: Normal heart rate is 60-100 bpm. Having said that, in healthy, fit and conditioned individuals a resting heart rate as low as 30-40 BPM can be seen because their heart is conditioned and at rest is not needing a lot of oxygen, so does not beat fast. When that person exercises, and o2 and blood demands go up to their skeletal muscle etc, heart rate will increase. Hope that makes sense. Read more
What do you suggest if my heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. How low can your heart beat drop?
Much slower: Your heart rate can pause for up to 5 seconds (that's a heart rate of 12) and, depending on what you're doing, you may not notice it. Depending on your activity and position, or if it's happening regularly, you'll pass out (or nearly pass out). Read more
I took mdma and my resting heart beat is 108 beats per minute, is that normal or should I get the the hospital?
Why does my heart speed up when I stand up? My heart has been acting strange lately. When I am seated my heart beat is normal, around 60 beats per minute. But when I stand it jumps to around 100 bpm. Should I be worried about this?
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Rapid heart beat my daughter, who is 11 years old, has occasional dramatic increases in her heart rate (once or twice a week). I taught her how to count her beats per minute and today her pulse jumped to 240 for about 5 minutes (per her account). Her norm
86 beats per minute heart rate, yet I breathe like I ran and my heart beat is loud. My body is shaking, I have dry cough and blocked nose with mucus.
Hard breathing: Blockage of nasal passages with harder breathing can make the heart work harder which means more forceful beat and faster heart rate with exertion. Are your nasal passages blocked because of allergies or because of infection? You may need a course of antibiotics if you have a sinus infection. Read more
12.6 weeks: 12.6 weeks is the gestational age.Get a more detailed answer ›
See DR: Depending on the age of your baby, this may be normal. Babies under 1 year of age, have an average hear rate of 100-180 bpm. The heart rate may increase during crying bouts. Therer are certain tachcardias that can be seen during infancy so I would discuss this with your doctor as further work up may be needed. Read more
Makes you exercise!: The faster beat tend to encourage more vigorous activity. Read more
In most people bradycardia is result of fitness and significant regular exercise. This is not a bad thing and means a healthy situation. Healthy young adults and athletes often have heart rates of less than 60 beats a minute.
In other people, bradycardia is a sign of a problem with the heart's electrical system. It means that the heart's natural pacemaker is not working right and need cardiologist. Read more
Heart rate: 90beats per minute is within the normal range for heart rate. Read more
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