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How High Does Your Heart Rate Get When Dancing
It may not: There can be a small temporary decrease or increase in your heart rate immediately before or after a sneeze. This is not from the sneeze itself, but it is related to the deep breath taken before the sneeze or the sudden blowing out of air during the sneeze. These large changes in filling of one's lungs can change the pressure inside the chest, and briefly affect the heart rate. ...Read more
Y would diastolic BP lower after exercise, is that normal. How quickly should your heart rate go up during exercise and how far. Is 80 high resting ra?
Yes!: Normally diastolic blood pressure will fall during exercise and for several hours afterwards. This is because off vasodilation that normally occurs. Systolic BP should always rise. However, in hypertension, the diastolic pressure will rise too, imposing an unnecessary work load on the heart. Increase in heart rate is based on exercise intensity. Normally the HR max is 220-age in years. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends! Resting?: Your heart rate varies with the physical demand of your activity! this would still be true on or off a dose of concerta. Resting heart rate in athletic individuals, might be around 60, whereas an average fit individual may be at 80. Physical exertion or strong emotion can increase it above 100-160+. Most docs get concerned with "resting" heart rates below 50 or above 120.Discuss with your doctor! ...Read more
Not related: A heart attack can occur at any heart rate if there is a blood clot in the artery or a blockage. If there is a severe narrowing than a higher heart rate will increase the risk of a heart attack as the demand of a higher heart rate would out strip the supply. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if my heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. how low can your heart beat drop?
I cannot donate blood because my resting heart rate is 102. What can I do to reduce my resting heart rate?
HR 102: Some individuals normally have a high HR -has yours always been this way? Would check thyroid function, electrolytes, hydration, avoid caffeine, cocaine, energy drinks, alcohol tobacco, OTC medications with pseduoephrine/ phenylephrine , consider meditation. May need holter to see rate variation, EKG check for WPW, POTS, echocardiogram for structure , f/u/ w /cardiologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check it: Normal hr varies from 60-100' normal BP 120/80-- below140/83 range. ...Read more
You die: Well, only if it's too low to support life! You mean pretty low but not that low. Some people tolerate a heart rate in the 40's or even 30's with no symptoms. Most often, when the heart rate is that low, one feels fatigue, dizziness, and may even have chest pain or pass out. A dangerously high potassium, thyroid disorder or too much of a medication might cause this. Some require a pacemaker. ...Read more
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