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How High Does Your Heart Rate Get When Dancing
My heart rate getting really high lately. I will run up the steps and it will be 120. I was dancing and it was 146. Is it because I am out of shape?
Conditioning: There are many activities that will cause an increase in heart rate. A rise in heart rate with physical activity is a normal response. To calculate maximum heart rate for age, use this calculation: 220 - age http://www. Heart. Org/HEARTORG/GettingHealthy/PhysicalActivity/FitnessBasics/Target-Heart-Rates_UCM_434341_Article. Jsp#.VlMHgM53_7U
What are appropriate heart rates for a 6yo resting to sitting to standing. 48lbs. 44in. Resting heart rate typically 100. Goes to 145 with dancing.?
In a normal child...: Resting heart rates and exercising heart rates can be like those numbers, in a normal child. That being said, having those "numbers in the normal range" does not confirm anything about a child's health status (they're just numbers). If there are worries, a parent can bring them up at the annual check-up, or make an extra appointment sooner to talk about them.
Heart rate: First you need to know what's normal. Normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. You also need to define what excercise in terms of type of activity and duration to determine how your heart rate is affected. My advice is to record your heart rate during rest and different activities and consult your GPSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey, I'm 38 y/o fm. I have been having weird palpitations..... sometimes heart rate going up into 120s and I haven't done anything to get that high?
Investiate: A recording of your heart rhythm (24 hours, 48 hrs, 2 weeks, or 4 weeks, etc) would be extremely useful for determining what's going on. You will be asked to keep a diary of your activities during symptoms. It's possible that your heart is beating normally but fast or, alternatively, in an abnormal rhythm. The causes and treatment of the 2 are different.
I get high 180 heart rate at night but woke up this morning with a heart rate of 36. What can cause such variability?
Arrhythmia: A heart rate of 180, given your age, is approaching the maximum heart rate that doctor's expect when doing "usual" activities (in this case, exercise) without an underlying disorder. If u get this heart rate while sleeping or resting, then u could have atrial fibrilllation (A-fib) or another arrhythmia. In the morning, ur heart compensates by slowing down to rest (the only way). See a cardiologist
Why does my heart rate get so high when I get out of bed or when I stand up after sitting for awhile. I would estimate it at 130/140 bpm?
Heart rate: The heart rate typically goes up on such a position change to compensate for the blood pooled in the lower extremities. You may have less tone to push venous return back up when you get up or an exaggerated heart rate response. You could be relatively dehydated or have low vascular resistance. Your doctor can check for these.
I'm a 44 active, healthy female. When I workout I get my heart rate up to 171-172. Is this ok, or too high?
220-age = Max: You are achieving your maximal heart rate which isn't necessarily bad but also not additionally beneficial. You will achieve similar benefit from attaining and maintaining 85% which would be around 150 BPM. Back down your routine just a little. You are 44 not 22. What you lose in age you gain in experience over those younger athletes.
When I get excited about something, my heart rate is elevated and I tend to poo often. What causes this?
I have heart related anxiety, my heart use to race and be elevated most of the day but now my heart rate remains 50 - 65 although I am anxious and jumps to 90 when standing. Also get skipped beats when standing. I am 27 5'8 140 lbs. Anxiety?
I do not sweat, if I get overheated I start to feel faint and flusterd and heart rate gets dangerously high. Makes it hard to work out.
Anhydrosis: If you really do not sweat you could have one of several inherited defects in the pathway, or take a medicine which stops sweating or you might be dehydrated. A sweat test could make the diagnosis. You could become quickly overheated even up to the level of a heat stroke. Avoid activities which would normally require sweating to cool the body.
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?
Heart rate is: Part of its normal effect but it is usually not a problem. You can take iron pills but make sure you need them!
My heart rate is over the 100. I never exercise and get fatigued pretty soon during exercise since I was a child. Why is my heart rate this high?
Out of shape?: Probably because you're out of shape. Talk to your doctor about a safe exercise regimen. It usually starts with regular fast walking.
When I have alcohol more often than not I get an elevated heart rate. Is it the sugar in the alcohol?
No: The likely cause of increased heart rate with alcohol ingestion is vasodilation. That is, alcohol causes your blood vessels to dilate leading to a chain reaction in the body resulting in a rise in heart rate. There have been some consideration that alcohol may affect the vagal stimulation of the heart, preventing a compensatory slowing of the heart rate, but this has not been proven.See 1 more doctor answer
When I go to the gym and run on the treadmill my heart rate will get as high as 196 within a short period of time. Is this something to worry about?
Out of fitness: Over period of time this will improve. The high heart may represent low physical fitness level and or you are over doing the treadmill
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