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Is there anything i can do to lower my resting pulse (~110bpm) & perhaps increase my BP (~115/65). I'm 31, m, 130lb, 5'5 & am a rather nervous person.
Resting Pulse: The best things to lower resting pulse are - practice some form of meditation or yoga regularly and do some form of aerobic exercise regularly (assuming you are otherwise fit). I don't think there is any reason why you would want to increase your BP if you have no symptoms... ...Read more
I seem to always be cold, regardless of outside temperature. I also have a really low resting pulse i think (<45) related/problem?
My resting pulse is in the 60s to low 70s. 2 hours after intense exercise, my resting pulse can be in the high 80's to low 90s. Is this a concern?
Lower the pulse: Overtime one can lower their pulse rate through A good exercise routine that includes a good amount of aerobic exercise. This will not be noticed immediately but over time this will lower the resting heart rate and most individuals. Also, you might be surprised how making sure you're adequately hydrated by drinking plenty of water can do wonders to lower your pulse. Also, do your best to relax :) ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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My resting pulse always use to be around 70-85, but since a few days it has been around 100. What could cause this?
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