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Increases The Heart Rate And Suppresses The Appetite
Hello, ways to increase appetite and heart rate, at the same time? Drugs or any other practices to get someone to eat would be great. Thank you!
Heart feels like it is skipping beats. BP normal. Heart rate goes from 73 to 93 on resting Not on any meds. Slight increase in body temp. No appetite.
I'm taking vistaril its not making fall asleep what's a appetite suppressant to take with seroquel? Adipex increased heart my heart rate
Talk with your doc: Please discuss your concerns about weight gain with your physician. Appetite suppressants are temporary at best, and health-endangering at worst. What will help you more is an ongoing physical exercise and healthy food plan. Your doctor can suggest ideas -- nutritionists and trainers can help you also. Please stay away from appetite suppressants, especially with the history you describe. ...Read more
4 yr old has fever from allergies. Takin Zyrtec Tylenol and Motrin. Why is her heart rate so fast and should I b concerned. Appetite is normal?
Fever is not from: allergies. She probably has a viral illness. The increased heart rate is most likely from the fever & is a normal occurrence . You should have her seen by her doctor tomorrow if he/she is not available now. What is her heart rate? If it is over 160, you shouldn't wait till the morning. Please take her to the emergency room tonight. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does a low-grade fever increases the heart rate in any manner? Doctors hear the chest to examine fever.
It can: Fever can certainly increase the heart rate, though low grade fevers would not generally have a huge impact. There are rare instances in which you can have a fever, and have the source of it be related to your heart. More often than not though, listening to your heart is just part of a thorough physical exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do not worry: Changes in heart rate are actually quite common just as part of the physiologic adjustment to changes in position. If one is on certain medications or deconditioned, these may be more marked. Generally, in the absence of symptoms, these are things not to be worried about. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lots of things: The major contributor to whether or not your heart rate will be up or down relates to sympathetic and parasympathetic hormones (adrenaline and noradrenaline, etc). Add on top of that many medications or drugs that can affect this including caffeine, betablockers, alcohol, etc) and you can see dramatic effects on heart rate. ...Read more
Can a heart rate of 130+ be damaging to the body? I know 60-100 is normal and temporary increases can be normal!
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