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Heart rate between 40 bpm-50bpm echocardiogram, holter monitor results are normal, non athlete can my slow heart rat be due to genetics?
Possible: Genetics can influence your heart's responsiveness to the balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic tone as well as endocrine conditions such as hypothyroidism which can aggravate bradycardia. Their are also hereditary connections between such things as maternal lupus and congenital complete heart block. Additional monitoring and assessing chronotropic responsiveness might be in order. ...Read more
Heart rate 40-50 BPM results from stress test, echocardiogram, ekg, 24hr holter monitor all "normal" could my slow heart b due to genetics/other factors?
After a cup of coffee heart palpitations, fast heart rate 132 bpm. a month before, ECG, stress test, 24 hr monitor, ultrasound at cardiologist normal.
Is athletes heart causing my palpitations during exercise? Resting hr 50 ,clear echo and 24hr holter. I do lots of endurance training.
Pvcs, : Endurance runners can have skipped beats and irregular heart beat such as atrial Fibrilation during or at the end of an exercise bout . They do not usually have any clinical significance except if the runner has a lot of symptoms or interfere with overall performance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
30 f resting heart 150bpm according to heart monitor excellent health heart rate drop to 80 when asleep is that normal? Full blood normal.
I wore a 48 hour holter. Previous mi. Extra beats and skipped with tachachardia. Given a higher dose of bystolic (nebivolol). Etratic pulse. Pace maker needed?
Resting heart rate of 140-155+ potassium level 3.0 had ekg and holter moniter normal is the potassium causing heart rate or something else? thanks!
He: not enough information to speculate, best to discuss in detail with your doc ...Read more
My Holter Monitor showed 1596 Bradycardia events (under 50 bpm) in 48 hours and 2356 pauses between 2.02-2.5 seconds. Lowest Heart rate was 27 .
Talk to cardiology: I am assuming that you have symptomatic bradycardia, and that was the reason you had a Holter study done. Now, I don't know how long your HR stayed at 27, but even 40 is too low. This isn't something that can wait, call your doctor and develop an action plan today. If after hours ask to speak to the on call doc for that office. ...Read more
Slow resting heart rate 54-62.when move increase to 60s-70s.not athletic.obese.cardiac echo, cardiac CT angio,ecgs normal.normal or moreinvestigation?
It's OK: Hi. From the studies done and found to be normal, I'd have to conclude it's fine and not a problem. However, to optimize future health and quality of life, I's recommend healthy diet and taking up some form(s) of physical activity that you enjoy and can stay with on a regular basis for life. To your health! ...Read more
34 yr old female..Healthy weight...Recent echo showed ejection fraction of 50 percent...Recent blood work cardio CRP 9.8, sed rate 38, CRP 15.1, next?
What are your : Symptoms? Ef is low normal but inflammatory markers are elevated ...Recommend you discuss with ordering physician. ...Read more
24hr holter moniter showed heart rate 45-170. 1% were supraventricular paced beats. Is this normal or SVT?
Probably within norm: you need to discuss with your doctor about this holter report -- ...Read more
*Resting heart rate 90+ for last 2 weeks *Tachycardia, on verapamil to slow down pulse *Exercise 5x/week *on Clobetasol for alopecia *thyroid good ???
How do you FEEL?: Individual heart rates vary tremendously and there's almost no science here, though there's a great deal of superstition. How is your blood pressure? I trust you're not taking a medicine as tricky as verapamil to treat a number. Since you're exercising, and I take it have normal exercise tolerance without being interrupted by shortness of breath, I'd urge you to be thankful for good health. ...Read more
Fitbit, Apple Watch, and every wearable seems to tout the ability to read heart rate. But how important is heart rate, really?
NoNeedIfYouCanCount: Well, if you didn't have one you'd be in a lot of trouble. On the other end, a per cent of maximal possible heart rate is used as a gauge of the degree of exertion. It stems from Cooper's Aerobic books and helps you monitor your overall fitness, as is the time after exercise to get back to your normal rate. At your age, shoot for about 150 and 20-30 beats decrease per minute after.Formulas online ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
22yo M Extreme Tachy, Low HR, High HR, Missed Beat, Irregular HR Pair PVT Multiform PVC, Non Sustain VT, Pause. What could be the cause? 197+ at rest
30f w/svt & high bp. Can you build tolerance to propranolol? Bp & hr doing well initially; BP still scaling down but resting hr's climbing back up.
Telemetry: For inpatient ambulatory patients, electrodes are taped to the chest and a transmitter box is attached to the trunk area. The heart rhythm recording is then transmitted wirelessly to a monitor at the nurses station. Bedside monitors don't allow the patient to walk about the ward freely. Other set ups allow the patient's heart rhythm to be recorded in a gadget strapped to the body. Finger styles. ...Read more
Possibilities: One common reason is if you have an irregular heart rhythm like atrial fibrillation. Other possibilities are technical: fresh batteries? Correct positioning? Good contact? Does it work on other people? If not, it may be defective. Has is ever worked on you? If so, what's changed? If it's never been accurate, it may not be a good unit - i'd advise an arm cuff if you decide to replace it. ...Read more
In short, no: Your body generally does an excellent job of regulating your core temperature, so it's not something you need to be concerned about. Heart rate is also highly regulated but varies much more widely for many reasons (like when we're startled) so it's not a reliable indicator of core temperature. ...Read more
I have been monitoring my heart rate closely at home. My standing heart rate is 145 and 5 minutes later my resting heart rate is 88. Am I ok?
Orthostatic: For some reason you are orthostatic - when heart rate increases with sitting or standing up. This is usually associated with low blood volume - bleeding, dehydration (diarrhea, vomiting) or internal volume loss (fluid in the belly usually due to low albumine state). If this is sudden (started within last week) - seek urgent care. If that been going on for a long time, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Monitoring my heart rate. If I am relaxing from mid 50's to 60's. If I am up walking around 70-80's. 50 years old. Do cardio 6 times a week. Normal?
Normal for you.: Congratulations on working out so consistently. It appears to be paying off. Your resting heart rate (hr) can be an indication of cardio fitness. As you become more fit, your heart becomes a more efficient pump and your hr drops. Everybody is different but with activity hr and blood pressure do increase. Want to know more, read about using hr monitors to create exercise goals specific to you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I was running 2/1 intervals for 30 minutes. I then ran as fast as I could and was wearing my heart rate monitor my heart rate was 166. My chest tightened up and I kept running until it tightened even more. I stopped running and it went away. During the ea
Question cutoff : your question got cutoff there buddy but as a general rule: 1. If running causes your chest to be tight then back off running. 2. If you're having chest discomfort with exercise go see your doctor. 3. Watch your gender-name mismatch. It's very confusing and yes, gender, does help us. ...Read more
Depend on : The condition of the patient and the reason for the monitoring. 1) simply by palpating the pulse and auscultating the heart. 2) pulse oxymeter- noninvasive technique to measure o2 saturation. 3) electrocardiogram-can be use at the hospital but also at the gym. Commonly the chest strap that function as an electrode that transmit radio signal to a monitor that gives you the hr. Hope i answered the ? ...Read more
Pretty good: however, it is mostly just a gimmick. There's no rocket science to measuring your pulse. You can either use the radial artery on your wrist (on the thumb side) or your carotid artery on your neck (just in front of the muscle group on your neck) and then count the pulses over 15 seconds, multiply by 4 and that's your heart rate in beats per second. This will save battery time on your smartphone! ...Read more
Exercising the heart: Your heart rate during exercise is an insight into how hard your body is working. First off you need to determine your maximum predicted heart rate for your age. This is 220 minus your age. From this number you can figure out your "zones". A good workout zone is 70-85% of the maximum. Talk to your doctor or a personal trainer to figure out what's best for your health and your goals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: You're wasting your time. Live your life one day at a time and regard each day as a precious gift. Forget about monitoring your heart rate. We call that "hypervigilance". Using the same logic, you should never, never ride in a car because some people are at risk of dying in an accident. Instead, concentrate on identifying some aspect of your life that you enjoy each day. ...Read more
Is the heart rate monitor for iphone is 100 acurate? It's an application where you put your index on lens
During a 30 seconds measurement of heart rate with a HR monitor, HR varies from 69 to 77, is that normal? I was steady, rest. Thanks
Quite: Normal. Don't be concerned. Unless you have other symptoms ...Read more
50 year old female - take BP couple of times daily to monitor, notice heart rate sometimes only 55 BPM - not fit and overweight, is this concerning?
My husband is 11days post MI w two stents. We are back at th ER; he is being admit. Monitor is reading heart rate at 67-69. Is this ok? No meds yet
I have anxiety.Today I worked out and my heart rate monitor is still reading above 90 and it keeps going up and down between 80 and 95 is that normal?
I have monitored my heart rate for almost a month, and it is over 100bpm most of the time. Should I be concerned? I am quite an anxious person and do have slight shakes, which is something in our family. What could this be?
Rapid heart: You mention heart rate > 100. Well some people does have fast rate without disease. Rapid rate and “shakes” bring thyroid hormone excess to mind; exclude with simple blood test. Drugs and substances come to mind (e.g. nasal decongestants, caffeiene , some anti- hypertensive) . Make sure heart and lung exam s normal (is exercise tolerance OK? ) ...Read more
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