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Prolonged Elevated Heart Rate After Exercise
Heart rate stays elevated a long time after exercise is over. Previously it would go back down to resting very fast. Something going on that is preven?
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Likely abnormal: Http://www. Heart. Com/heart-rate-chart. Html. I have the impression that it is too long to go back to baseline. What is your resting pulse? How old are you? What medicines do you take? Have you had any cardiac arrhythmias? Did you drink caffeine after exercise? Are you taking enhancers to develop muscle mass? How often and since when this happens? ...Read more
Bp before exercise: 130/83, after exercise: 100/60. 2 hours after that time: 95/60, heart rate 85 bpm. Without beta blocker. Is it normal / abnormal?
BP should be high: You are in beta blockers. Medications that will decrease the normal response of blood pressure and heart rate to exercise. If no beta blockers your blood pressure should be a little higher right after exercise. Have you have a stress test? What are the echo results? Any other symptoms? Dizziness after standing from chair? Check with your doctor. ...Read more
Exercise: In general the rate drops at least 10per cent in the first minute post exercise, depending on conditioning level a variable time after to return to baseline. The better the conditioning the more rapid return to baseline. By 10 minutes resting most people should be back to baseline unless perhaps ran a marathon, etc. ...Read more
My BP goes up to about 135-150/70 immediately after exercise then drops to 118/65 shortly after. Heart rate drops to 50. Is this normal?
Can be normal: A modest rise in blood pressure is a normal response to exercise (a rise of about 5%) an exaggerated jump in blood pressure (15%) can be an indication for an increase future risk cardiovascular problems such as carotid artery blockage studies warn. Your response looks normal. ...Read more
What does it mean if my heart rate was really high during exercise and stays at 110 over an hour and a half after exercise? Is it anxiety?
LargestPossibilities: =anxiety/fear/pain &/or congestive heart failure. Heart rate controlled by brain. Like rest of body, heart follows orders from brain (many cycles/second). Sensors from heart, blood vessels, rest of body provide extensive feedback to brain: a complex Soul↔Mind↔Brain↔Body integrated system which enables life, despite only partially understood. Getting/studying an https://goo. Gl/GeFVdU could help. ...Read more
Heart rate stays at 160 after exercise for 30 minutes? Never happened before? Healthy resting ecg?
My bp is normally 96/70, after walking on treadmill for 60 min (heart rate at 105bpm) my bp was 87/74. Why the drop after exercise? Hydrated & ate
Did you wait 10 min.: If you waited you may be in great shape and but rate is too high if waited, I would see a cardiologist to be sure no cardiac defect ...Read more
Father went to the gym today after exercise had a 101 heart rate instead of hi usual 120. Problem? Father is 84 goes to the gym 3 times a week, had quin triple by pass 20 yrs ago and a stint put in 10 yrs ago
Cardiologist?: Seems that he has a significant cardiac history. He should be evaluated by his cardiologist to make sure he is able to participate in this rigorous activity routine. If so, good for him and he should continue. ...Read more
My heart rate stays high for his after exercise? I had a stress test today. And it did the same thing. Dr said deconditioning of my heart. Ekg norm
Y would diastolic BP lower after exercise, is that normal. How quickly should your heart rate go up during exercise and how far. Is 80 high resting ra?
Yes!: Normally diastolic blood pressure will fall during exercise and for several hours afterwards. This is because off vasodilation that normally occurs. Systolic BP should always rise. However, in hypertension, the diastolic pressure will rise too, imposing an unnecessary work load on the heart. Increase in heart rate is based on exercise intensity. Normally the HR max is 220-age in years. ...Read more
Resting heart rate of 99bpm, after exercise, my heart rate is 120bpm but goes back to 99bpm. Ekg is normal. See cardiologist?
Heart rate: At your age a low heart rate of 99 is a little unusual. Your primary md could start your evaluation with an ekg. I would also consider a non cardiac cause such as hyperthyroidism or anemia. I would also think you can achieve a much higher rate than 120. You didn't mention how hard you were exercising. ...Read more
My heartbeat feels very weak and the artery in my neck feels strained, after exercise feels worse heart rate high but can't feel it, cardio tests OK?
Weak heart beat: Not enough information and no question. I do not know what you mean by heartbeat. Do u mean pulse in your wrist? I do not know what you mean by artery in neck feels strained. I have never in 50 yeArs of seeing patients have someone tell me this. Heart rate should be high after exercise. Maybe this is all lost in translation. ...Read more
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress, after exercise), chest tightness (worsened by: psychological stress, after...
Anxiety: Most of what you mention can result from an anxiety disorder. After seeing your doctor to rule out or identify medical conditions, please see a mental health professional to learn stress management. Peace and good health. Qigong and yoga can be good self-help techniques. See www. Asch. Net for referrals to professionals who practice clinical hypnosis. ...Read more
I am experiencing irregular heartbeat (worsened by: psychological stress), difficulty breathing, rapid heart rate (worsened by: after exercise) and?
You need to see a physician to evaluate your heart.
There are many possibilities that could be happening. ...Read more
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress, after exercise), heartburn (gerd) (worsened by: bending forward, eating certain foods.)?
Maybe just heartburn: ...But chest pain is nothing to ignore! The potential origin of your symptoms includes: heart, lungs, mediastinum, esophagus, musculoskeletal, pericardium (sac around the heart), pleuritis, bronchiitis, or referred pain from a remote site. Your doctor will be concerned about accompanying fever, blood with coughing, vomiting, shortness or breath, difficulty reclining, tenderness. Get checked please ...Read more
26, obese (bmi 41), BP 117/76. Resting heart rate only 54-60. After exercise it hardly raises. Had normal ecg/stress test last year. Is this normal?
Not necessarily: As your heart rate should augment (increase) during exercise. In fact, for a stress test to be considered truly diagnostic it is defined by the you achieving a certain heart rate. If your heart rate doesn't increase either you had non-diagnostic stress test due to suboptimal heart rate levels or have some chronotropic insufficiency - as in an abnormal ability to increase your heart rate. ...Read more
Rapid heart rate: It depends. If you run a fever, drink a lot of coffee or other caffeine-containing beverages, run around, are excited, or are in a very hot environment, it may be a normal response. If your heart rate stays that way even if you sit quietly in a cool environment, you probably should see a phy7sician. ...Read more
Heart rate: Persistent elevated heart rate hours after exercise is not normal. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on many factors. A healthy youngster can run the track smiling with a heart rate of 200 which could kill an older person with advanced heart disease. Very generally, no one is going to tolerate a rate of >220 for very long. ...Read more
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Work up: Depends on how elevated your heart rate is. If abnormally high, work up needs to be done to figure out why it is high. If cause is found, it should be treated. If not apparent cause, depending on symptoms and how high it is, treatment may be recommended. Overall, physical fitness, less caffiene and other stimulant intake, and lower stress could help. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on how high the heart rate, for how long it remains so, the underlying heart condition and the reason for the high heart rate. Please talk to your doctor and perhaps see a cardiologist if you have recurrent problems. ...Read more
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