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Why does increase in heart rate and breathing rate accompany exercise?

Why does increase in heart rate and breathing rate accompany exercise?

Exercise: With increasing body work load and oxygen metabolic demands increasing, the heart rate will increase to increase the cardiac output and breathing rate will increase to make more oxygen available. ...Read more

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Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)

Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more


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Could you tell me what are good exercise routines that can test the heart rate and breathing rate?

Could you tell me what are good exercise routines that can test the heart rate and breathing rate?

Aerobic exercise: Using maximal heart rate and target heart rate zones. Improve endurance and cardiac capacity by reaching 90% of mhr and staying for 2mins then resting and staying at 70% for4 mins. Increase sprinting time slowly. Stay exercising without stoping while resting after sprinting. ...Read more

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How many times a day is deep breathing exercise rec./day? What if you have work and school? I still need to keep my heart rate down. Advice please?

How many times a day is deep breathing exercise rec./day? What if you have work and school? I still need to keep my heart rate down. Advice please?

NoResearch, Answers: Deep breathing recommended by some, but the actual issue is relaxation, breathing, yoga, day dreaming (also called self-hypnosis), etc. Whatever works for you. People promote simplistic stuff which may, sort-of, help some (looking for mass market) yet rarely optimal for anybody. The bigger issue: reactions to life driving anger, frustration, fear, both external & especially internal (subconscious). ...Read more

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What are the consequences for decreased heart rate that varies with respiration?

What are the consequences for decreased heart rate that varies with respiration?

Probably nothing: Heart rate varies with respiration normally. It is usually not sensible however. A low heart rate may be a normal occurrence in a conditioned person, however if the low heart rate causes fatigue, dizziness or passing out episodes, it needs to be evaluated. Usually, a treadmill stress test is done to see if the heart rate responds appropriately, if not, the person may need a pacemaker. ...Read more

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What are early signs or symptoms of myocardial infarction? Rapid respiration and heart rate?

What are early signs or symptoms of myocardial infarction? Rapid respiration and heart rate?

Variable: These may include: pain, pressure or a tightness in the chest with or without radiation to arm or jaw. Others include shortness of breath, sweats, fatigue, nausea and or vomiting, fast heart rate . Anxiety and a feeling of impending doom to list a few. ...Read more

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Does everyone's heart rate change when breathing?

Does everyone's heart rate change when breathing?

No: Though most people have at least a very mild fluctuation in heart rate with the respiratory cycle. This is called sinus arrythmia or sinus dysrhythmia--a normal finding. In some people, this can be quite pronounced and seem abnormal, but is perfectly normal. ...Read more

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What position would have a higher heart rate and breathing rate and why?

What position would have a higher heart rate and breathing rate and why?

Standing erect: When you lie or sit, your body doesn't have to fight gravity to get blood to your head. When you stand up, it does, and heart rate rises and leg blood vessels tighten to maintain blood flow to your brain. Breathing is less affected. If you have heart failure, breathing and heart rate may rise upon lying down since more blood returns to the heart than it can handle and it backs up into the lungs. ...Read more

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Is breathing or heart rate faster for people living at high altitudes?

Not necessarily: Usually one's breathing and heart rate will be increased initially when moving to a higher altitude. But if one stays more than a few days it should start to decrease and go down as one gets used to being at a higher altitude. ...Read more

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I have trouble breathing and my heart rate rises just watching tv sometimes up to 140 beats?

I have trouble breathing and my heart rate rises just watching tv sometimes up to 140 beats?

Get checked.: This may represent a heart rhythm problem or somoething as simple as anxiety. When this happens, check your pulse to see if it's really fast or just "palpitations". I would suggest having a pcp check it out to get a more definitive answer. ...Read more

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Can the breathing rate increase as the heart rate increases?

Can the breathing rate increase as the heart rate increases?

In most : Physiological situations as the heart rate increase the the o2 consumption and the co2 production increase increasing minute ventilation and respiratory rate. ...Read more

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My son is breathing hard and his heart rate is 145-150 he is 2 years old is this normal?

My son is breathing hard and his heart rate is 145-150 he is 2 years old is this normal?

See a doc: This is not the place to evaluate a child with difficulty breathing. Please have this child evaluated immediately. ...Read more

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Cause of my anxiety I am constantly checking my breathing and heart rate, how can I stop this pattern?

Cause of my anxiety I am constantly checking my breathing and heart rate, how can I stop this pattern?

Constant checking: of breath, heart, or anything else is a symptom, not the cause. After your doc has ruled out medical conditions please see a mental health professional. You MAY have an anxiety disorder focusing on health or some OCD. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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Carson is almost 2 years old and is breathing hard and his heart rate is 145-150. Is this normal? What should I do?

Carson is almost 2 years old and is breathing hard and his heart rate is 145-150. Is this normal? What should I do?

Go to a doctor ASAP : If he has a fever this may be normal response. However, with the limited information given I would advise seeking medical attention as soon as possible. ...Read more

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10 month old's been really sick. Her temperature's been at 102 since this friday and her breathing is faster than usual and so is her heart rate. I've been wanting to take her to the emergency but I am still hoping it'll just get better. Could this sickne

10 month old's been really sick. Her temperature's been at 102 since this friday and her breathing is faster than usual and so is her heart rate. I've been wanting to take her to the emergency but I am still hoping it'll just get better. Could this sickne

Get her checked out: For your piece of mind-it would be worth while to have your 10 month old checked if she is not responding to your "comfort" care. Fever in itself is not the danger, rather, the issue of what other symptoms are present and how long and severe it is becoming. ...Read more

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Slow breathing, but fast heart rate, what I the cause?

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Many conditions: There are many conditions associated with rapid heart rate and slow or irregular breathing, such as panic attack, drug overdose, narcotic abuse, supraventricular tachycardia, acute stress reaction, thyroid storm, acute kidney failure etc. ...Read more

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


Breathing (Definition)

Breathing is the way we take in oxygen and expel carbon dioxide (co2) through out lungs. When our lungs expand we take fresh air in that contains oxygen and then when our lungs ...Read more