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Sweating Profusely And Elevated Heart Rate
Experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress). HR around 115 when I wake up. Excessive sweating while exercise. Reason?
I'm in hospital. 8.6 hemoglobin heart rate elevated. 115-135. Fever night sweats. No fever in day. 14 days of symptoms any thoughts?
Transfer: If your doctor is unable or unwilling to answer these questions you should ask to be transferred. ...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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Gas pain: It could be gas pains but also could be other things. ...Read more
Can you have a panic attack without elevated heart rate my pulse is fine but I feel like I'm having a panic attack?
Can overtraining cause an elevated resting heart rate? What would be considered an elevated resting HR? HR at rest is over 100? Tachycardia?
Athletes actually: Tend to have low resting heart rate ...Read more
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
Cough and body aches: You may have an infection. Best to make an appt to see your doctor to get check up. ...Read more
Poor indicator: We use target heart rate as guideline to tailor aerobic training and calculating of energy utilization. Elevated heart rate is a poor indicator of effective aerobic training as many variable affects hr, including deconditioning, anemia, pain, euphoria, drugs, dehydration. How slowly the heart rate ramps up during aerobic exercise and how rapidly it declines to baseline are better predictor. ...Read more
What could be the reason that I have an elevated heart rate. My blood pressure would be normal and my heart rate is in the 90's.
See a physician.: Sometimes chronic stress, dehydration, infection and anxiety can cause rapid heart rate. Also, if you smoke, drink alcohol or caffeinated beverages, try to cut down on your use. Get evaluated by a dr. To see if you have a heart condition or thyroid problem. Make sure you drink plenty of water daily. ...Read more
I had GB removed & now have a clicking sound in heartbeat when I lean forward & elevated heart rate upon standing. Dr. did nothing. 2nd opinion pls?
Does not sounds like: These symptoms are related to your operation. Have an internist or cardiologist (not the surgeon) take a look at your heart. ...Read more
Infection: The obstetrician will react accordingly. This could signal an intrauterine infection. The pediatrician will also evaluate once baby is born. ...Read more
Rest: Resting should help both problems.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is an elevated heart rate of 100-115bpm dangerous for my baby brought on by episodes of stress occasionally? 24 weeks pregnant.
Pulse: Its really only an issue if you become symptomatic. Many pregnant women are mildly tachycardic (increased pulse) and with activity have a higher than usual pulse rate. The baby tolerates this well, but if you are having issues with this palpitations, passing out, etc. You need to speak with your physician. ...Read more
What is the best treatment for episodes of hypertension caused by adrenaline surge causing elevated heart rate and spikes in BP?
See endocrinologist: Hi. You could be describing something serious. I suggest you see an endocrinologist for evaluation. ...Read more
I have occasional full body aches with shortness of breath and slightly elevated heart rate (94-100). Should I be worried about this?
Yes: Shortness of breath I can be assured symptom seek front of valuation with a physician face-to-face. Shortness of breath can I have many causes they can be serious like a blood Clot like pulmonary embolus or pneumonia or asthma or heart trouble it can just be anxiety. General body aches are very nonspecific they can occur with chronic fatigue anxiety stress or other condition ...Read more
I sometimes get palpitations when jogging. It'll be just one big pvc and its scary. Hardly ever got one at rest, Just with elevated heart rate, benign?
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
Hear rate: More information is needed since there are many reasons for an 'elevated heart rate'. How fast are you talking about? Are you thin or obese, active or mostly sedentary, taking any medications or over the counter drugs or supplements, including herbs. Do you have any other symptoms? I suggest you see your family doctor and ask him or her. ...Read more
Excessive pulse: There is a normal heart rate, usually between 60 to 80 beats per minute. During exercise, heart rate increases. There is a suggested maximal heart rate that depends on sex and age. We usually suggest that during exercise heart rate should be no more than 85% of that rate. You probably were stopped because your heart rate was excessive, which can lead to problems. ...Read more
I took an extra 100mg of thyroid medication today by mistake. Should I be concerned about my elevated heart rate.?
No: While taking large amounts of thyroid medication can be fatal.....one extra 100mcg tablet should not cause any damage! ...Read more
How common is primary hypertension and elevated heart rate in a fit 17yr old boy? Is it more common to be hypertension due to a secondary cause?
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