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High Heart Rate After Eating
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Depends: Slow heart rate resting is not harmful and may indicate an athletic (healthy) physiology. Hr should increase, at least relatively, with exercise - failure to increase is a sign of conduction system disease (chronotropic incompetence). If associated with progressive loss of exercise capacity, treatment may be indicated. This can all be determined easily on a treadmill stress test. ...Read more
I have a low heart rate but i'm overweight? A low heart rate is better than a high heart rate right?
No: Rhabdomyolosys is a muscle injury direct or indirect. It result in breakdown of muscle fibers and release of their contents into the bloodstream. In an untrained athlete, excessive exercise can cause extreme muscle strain or a heat stroke causing tachycardia as a cause of the process. Rhabdo will occur because of the muscle breakdown not the tachycardia. Hydration and training very important. ...Read more
Dehydration.: This is why you need to hydrate yourself adequately before, during and after exercising. Especially if you are exercising in a hot environment. See if this improves with adequate hydration (water and/or electrolyte replenishment drinks). If not, then schedule a visit with a Cardiologist for an evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe it does: When you eat a big meal, you divert blood to digestive tract where it's most needed. Your heart responds by pumping more blood. It has 2 ways to do this: increase its stroke volume and increase its rate. If you have heart disease and can't increase your sv, the rate will have to increase. If you're healthy, most likely your observations were random and not consistently reproducible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Trick Question?: Well... If you just finished exercise at 70% pmhr, your hr is... (drumroll)... 70% pmhr. Now if you're asking about recovery, hr will generally decline to 50% pmhr within 5 minutes for most people, though it depends heavily on whether you had an anaerobic component in there too. ...Read more
What causes an increase in heart rate when exercising at high intensity? My heart rate went from 180 to 220.
Normal response: But that is too high for you -- your maximum should be no more than 180 and keep it there for about 30 minutes for a proper cardio or aerobic exercise -- and do it regularly 3 times a week -- as you get fitter, your heart rate will lower and it will take longer and higher intensity to get to your maximum heart rate -- don't overstress your heart in a hurry -- it's not a goal but a lifestyle. ...Read more
Heart rate slows down after eating or consuming caffeine. Possible causes? Appropriate response to exertion
What happens to cardiac output and after load when when heart rate is low? does it increase because high heart rate causes decrease in CO
At 16, is having a fast resting heart rate (about 90bpm) normal with low blood pressure? Also is low blood pressure bad?
Heart rate: rate of 36bpm on waking is worth checking out. It isn't necessarily "too low" but is unusual. ...Read more
After eating specialy lemon andcertain foods.i have high heart rate up to 110.gastroscope show mild reflux.all cardiac test ok.no diabet.is it normal?
Food sensitivity: You may be sensitive to those foods. Consider avoiding them for a time and see if you feel better. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Many factors. Normal - regular 60-100bpm. Normally sinus node HR is 60-100; junctional 70-110; ventricular ~ 36 bpm. Any abn focus can lead to irregular rhythms such as A.fib/flutter, sinus tahcycardia, ventricualr tachycardia to name a few. Abnormal cardiac focus - Afib; metabolic/endocrine - thyroid, infections; CA; substance abuse; anxiety; congenital abn are some. ...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
Can dysautomonia cause panic attack like symptoms with high heart rate (up to 185bpm)? If so, why does this occur?
Is there any relation betweendgerd and high heart rate? Coz im experiencing one, and my doctor told me my heart was ok
Just got prescribed vyvansa. Nervous about it causing high heart rate. Is that common? Should i get it checked? Can i take iron pills on vyvansa?
Is it possible to have an ongoing high heart rate from anxiety if you have a normal low resting heart rate or would this be probably be another issue?
Rule out medical: Always have a thorough medical work-up before attributing symptoms to mental health problems. Review personal and family history for problems with thyroid, cardiac, and other problems that might simulate anxiety. Also, keep a diary of episodes and associated events. However, obsessing over symptoms can worsen anxiety. Yoga or meditation will help both mental and physical problems. ...Read more
I'm 27 years old, and was diagnosed with an extremely high heart rate in february. I'm a small woman, so when is the right time to go to the hospital?
If rest HR is > 140 : There are many causes of high hr. Svt comes out of nowhere, results in fast palpitations, and usually hr > 140. Sinus tachycardia can occur with anxiety or any illness, or pregnancy, or stimulants such as nicotine and caffeine. If your hr is less than about 100 at rest, that is normal. You can find out your average hr with holter monitor (doc orders). If u feel ok, go to outpt doc, not hospital. ...Read more
What is the cause of low BP and relatively high heart rate in athletes? My BP is 93, 54, but my hr can be 85 at rest. This # feels a bit high for ath.
Not necessarily: Many different factors influence the resting heart rate and bp. The values you report are acceptable. Athletes who perform aerobic activities like running, swimming, biking, and rowing will tend to have lower resting heart rates than an athlete who performs resistance activities like weight lifting. ...Read more
4yo had high temp for 36hrs, it broke on its own. But has heart rate of 128, she is on zpak for bronchitis. Is this too high heart rate, or is this pn?
PALPITATIONS W/U: Palpitations that are symptomatic deserve a prompt W/U: exam/labs especially TFTS/EKG/Event Monitor/ECHO andThe discussion of treatment options with your doctor. While you are waiting eliminate caffeine focus on staying hydrated. If palpitations worsen or syncope develops go directly to the ER stick to a GF diet WholeApproach.com gutbliss.com ...Read more
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