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Is 86 Bpm Heart Rate
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Normal heart rate range is defined as 60-100 bpm. It should be noted however that some people have rates outside this range that are still considered normal. For example, highly physically trained athletes frequently have resting rates less than 60. ...Read more
Heart rate: Most resting heart rate normals are 80 to 100 bpm. Some people's resting heart rate is higher. Abnormal reasons for higher resting heart rate include anemia, hyperthyroidism, fever, ongoing inflammation or infection, dehydration and there is also a pathologic sinus tachycardia condition. You'd need to see a dr. And be evaluated if you're worried about your resting heart rate. ...Read more
Age dependent: As children age, heart rate drops to eventually reach adult range. An infant can have a heart rate up to 190 bpm. Children 1-2 up to 130 bpm. Heart rate will increase based on body's needs such as with activity and fever. It is possible for children under 2 to have a heart rate of 175 but it may not be a normal heart rate at rest. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003399.htm. ...Read more
HR: 69 is a normal resting heart rate ...Read more
No: Please get him checked out by a pediatric cardiologists. ...Read more
Tachycardia: Exposure to heat dilates the blood vessels and lowers the blood pressure enough to cause a rise in the heart rate, but 150-170 would be abnormally rapid. If you are accurate in determining your heart rate and especially if you note marked tachycardia under other circumstances, I recommend that you consult a cardiologist for evaluation and be checked for overactive thyroid as well. ...Read more
Slightly high.: According to the American Heart Association, your maximum heart rate while exercising should be about 220 minus your age. So for a 23 year old, it would be 197 beats per minute. And your target heart rate would be lower than that, about 100-170 for a 20 year old. A heart rate higher than the maximum for your age indicates you may be straining and should probably slow down. ...Read more
Inappropriate sinus: Get an ekg and see a cardiologist asap. ...Read more
Normal: Normal heart rate ranges from 60-100 beats per minute. Improving your aerobic condition will lower your resting heart rate. Good luck ...Read more
What is an acceptable heart rate for a 32 year old female smoker while sitting still? I need to know bpm.
Variable: Typically we characterize a normal heart rate in anyone as 60-100 bpm. But there is great variability in the normal population of otherwise healthy individuals. I saw a 40 yo female patient in my office today whom I deem normal who has a resting heart rate of 43 bpm. ...Read more
I had a friend say her heart rate was 600 bpm when she overdosed and was hospitalized. Is it even possible?!
Could you help me please. My heart rate is beating 2 fast its ranging from 120 BPM to 149 beats can u help thanks?
ECG: Need an ECG first to determine what rhythm abnormality you have. See your doctor for evaluation. Need further testing and treatment will depend on ECG findings, history and physical examination. ...Read more
I take 100mg of flecinade twice a day and ran out 2 days ago. Heart rate is 120 BPM all day should I be concerned?
Depends: Must be careful with any changes in anti-arrhythmic medication (i.e., when starting, adjusting or stopping the med). That is not a particularly high dose, but I don't know your condition or why you're on the medication. If you're taking it for AFib, then you might be back in AFib-->stroke risk if not on blood thinners. Or it might be a problem with inadequate rate control. Should see your PCP now. ...Read more