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High Heart Rate And Multiple Sclerosis
I have a low heart rate but i'm overweight? A low heart rate is better than a high heart rate right?
Put on beta blocker for high heart rate.very slow hr now at rest and doing normal activities(what it should initially be)but currently hr in 90's?
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
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
High HR: No concerns you are exercising over the 80% of the predicted hr for your age. ...Read more
Possibly: If the rapid heart rate sufficiently raises your blood pressure a headache can be produced. Accelerated heart rates can be caused by other primary cardiac arrhythmias, overactive thyroid, anemia, caffeine, nicotine,alcohol,certain medications or anxiety. Your physician can evaluate you and order appropriate tests. ...Read more