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My Heart Beat Is Always In 130 And Why Is That
It it's true: To prove that what you're saying is accurate, a 24 hour recording of your heart beat should be made to quantitate your average HR over a whole day and to determine your HR at night while resting. Anemia, thyroid XS, infection, fever, AV fistula, congestive failure and inappropriate sinus tachycardia are possible causes if confirmed. ...Read more
How fast is it?: An infants heart rate normally is considerably higher than that of an adult. However, there are some abnormal disturbances of heart rhythm that can occur in this age group and cause a higher than normal heart rate. If this is your concern, you'll want to discuss your concern with your pediatrician. ...Read more
Tachycardia: You might want to have your thyroid checkedto rule out a hyperactive thyroid. If normal you might then visit a cardiologist. ...Read more
My heart beat is always going fast even laying down I am sweaty but cold i'm dizzy and weak I have a heart murmer what could this be?
See details: How fast is fast? Have you counted the beats per minute? If it is above 100/min see your doctor or a cardiologist. ...Read more
Have BP 130-150/70 BPM 50-65. Is this too low a heart beat rate? Am 68 yr old female. Have BP that varies 130-150/70 and heart rate 50-65. Is this too low a heart beat rate? I exercise a lot and have weight under control; lacto/ovo veg diet with some fi
Your : Your BP should be closer to 130/70, systolic BP of 150 is too high. You can try decreasing the salt in your diet, or you may need a change in medication. Also note that a common side effect is diovan (valsartan). As far as your heart rate is concerned, less than 60 is considered low, however if you are physically fit, your resting heart rate can be low. It sounds like your cardiac wrk up was completely negative therefore i don't feel your heart rate is an issue. I would focus on getting better control of your bp. Please follow up with your doctor. All the best. ...Read more
Depends on situation: Resting heart rates normally fall between 60-100. If the heart rate is rapid, or greater than 100, it's considered a "tachycardia". Changes in rate brought about by variations in activity, diet, medication and age are normal and common. When a heart begins to race for no apparent reason, however, it can be a sign of an abnormality in the electrical pathway and is cause for evaluation. See PCP. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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