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How can I slow my heart rate down after smoking?

How can I slow my heart rate down after smoking?

Let go of nicotine: The problem may disappear if you let go of smoking. Consider attending a meeting of nicotine anonymous. ...Read more

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Heart Rate (Definition)

Heart rate is a measurement of the number of times a person's heart beats in one minute. Normal heart rates vary with a person's age and with excitement and exercise. Abnormal heart rates are too slow, too fast, and/or irregular (too much ...Read more


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Cut down on smoking for 3 days now and now its 3a.m all day i smoked 3 cigs and my heart rate is 55 and bp 150/60 usually bp is always 110-130 is this normal just because iam sleepy? Why does only my systolic that goes up?

Cut down on smoking for 3 days now and now its 3a.m all day i smoked 3 cigs and my heart rate is 55 and bp 150/60 usually bp is always 110-130 is this normal just because iam sleepy? Why does only my systolic that goes up?

Lots of reasons: Smoking in China is endemic and studies show that maybe over one million Chinese will die from smoking related causes. To cut down on the smoking habit in your case will require that it is done under a physician's direction. There are several physical and psychological reasons why you experienced changes with blood pressure and heart rate. It's not easy to stop smoking and medical help is needed. ...Read more

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After 3 months of gym and cutting down on smoking my heart rate went from 75-80 to 55 just when taking a break and sitting down for a bit and during work its 60-70 is it normal? I also feel tired but when i smoke i dont feel tired anymore

After 3 months of gym and cutting down on smoking my heart rate went from 75-80 to 55 just when taking a break and sitting down for a bit and during work its 60-70 is it normal?
I also feel tired but when i smoke i dont feel tired anymore

Ans: You must have a good exercise regimen and sticking with it. Yes athletes will have a lower heart rate due to the conditioning of the body. The heart becomes more efficient and has to work less. The heart becomes able to keep up with the demands of the body efficiently. Now quit that smoking ...Read more

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Hi 86- to 90 BPM heart rate  for a 26 year old smoking man ?!? Is it normal ?!?  

Hi 86- to 90 BPM heart rate  for a 26 year old smoking man ?!? Is it normal ?!?  

Normal Heart Rate: The ideal range for adult heart rate is 60-100 BPM as long as it is a regular rhythm, that is all beats are evenly spaced. If you are feeling pain, palpitations, shortness of breath or discomfort you should consult a doctor. Smoking will cause lung, heart and blood vessel damage and effect your body's ability to take in and transport oxygen, & also increase your heart rate & blood pressure. ...Read more

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Does smoking marijuana increase or decrease heart rate?

Does smoking marijuana increase or decrease heart rate?

Increases HR: Marijuana use increases heart rate by 20%-100%, shortly after smoking. Marijuana users have 4.8 times greater chance of heart attack in the first hour after smoking. It causes palpitations & arhythmias as well as elevation of actual heart rate. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11401936. ...Read more

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Why does smoking weed immediatly raise one's heart rate?

Why does smoking weed immediatly raise one's heart rate?

Cannabis: it appears to suppress the parasympathetic slowing effects on the heart leaving unopposed sympathetic effect ...Read more

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Will quiting smoking lower my heart rate?

Will quiting smoking lower my heart rate?

It is likely: Smoking dramatically increases heart attack risk due in large part to damage to coronary (heart) blood vessels. One sign of decreasing heart health may be an increase in resting and exercising heart rate. Although heart rate may be elevated for any number of reasons, smoking cessation is bound to lower it. Importantly, heart attack risk returns to normal about 3 years after quitting! ...Read more

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IS heart rate of 86 beats a minute high for a 44 smoking female?

IS heart rate of 86 beats a minute high  for a 44 smoking  female?

Normal range 60-100: The heart rate is normal, smoking is not healthy, you have not expressed your actual concern. Are you having other symptoms? Is the heart rate regular? If you have further questions please send another question with more detail. ...Read more