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Why Does Epinephrine Increase Heart Rate
Binding receptors: Do you mean how does it increase heart rate? The mechanism of action is quite complicated but in simple term, it binds to the beta adrenergic receptors on the heart leading to changes in calcium level and increases in the firing rate of the pacemaker cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can't use epinephrine I get rapid heart rate, endodontist wants to give me 20 mg Valium crushed 1/2 hour before root canal. Is this ok?
Epinephrine: After over 40 years of dental practice I have had only a handful of patients who truly are sensitive to Epinephrine in local anesthetics. Almost all patient who say they react with an increased heart rate do so because of the release of their own epi due to anxiety, or react from poor injection technique. Ask your dentist about the use of sweet air instead of valium. Btw ok with precautions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What are norepinephrine and epinephrine's effects on heart rate, blood pressure, vasoconstriction, sensitivity to pain, and heat production.
EPI: It increases heart rate and blood pressure (sometimes dangerously). It causes vasoconstriction. Variable effect on pain but generally increases sensitivity and because it ramps up your metabolism it increases heat production. Follow your docs instructions very carefully and don't freelance. ...Read more
28 yr-old with 8 yrs of autonomic, endocrinologic, and inflammatory symptoms, which have both a daily pattern and a seasonal pattern.....?
Psychologial Tx of physical problems: Andrew, your symptoms indicate the strong possibility of being the consequence of conditioning from earlier life experiences. I say this because of their cyclic nature, the act hat the symptoms are physical does not preclude the cause being psychological. I urge you to visit www. Stii. Us for expanded information on this possibility. Treatment by Subliminal Therapy is my first recommendation with Hypnotic methods being second (www. Asch. Net for a referral for hypnosis). Medications can mask symptoms but do not address the problem itself. When you resolve the cause of a problem, you eliminate its symptoms. Best wishes, Dr. Yager ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
I always had this ability to turn adrenaline rush on/off at will easily (dilated pupils, increased heart rate etc). Should I visit a doctor for this?
Doubtful: Interesting ability but, if there are no other issues, it doesn't sound like a medical problem, unless it's happening when you are not paying attention to it. ...Read more
Besides being on a beta blocker, is there a way to control random adrenaline surges which raise heart rate and blood pressure?
Look for cause.: Beta blockers are very effective in controlling excess adrenergic activity. If they are not effective, perhaps the underlying cause should be thoroughly investigated. Excess anxiety can sometimes cause this as can tumors of the adrenal medulla. Consult your primary care or an endocrinologist for advice. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can heart rate increase without an increase in adrenaline? Singing to yourself for example, thus no pressure or stress, but still faster breathing.
Feel like my breathing is too slow or my heart rate is too slow. Feeling anxious without the adrenaline, like I can't do anything. Is this anxiety?
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Been on armour for two months was on synthyroid for 20 yrs, feeling better but certain days I feel like I'm on an adrenaline rush, heart rate 95bpm?
Thyroid replacement: This is why most endocrinologists don't use armour. It contains a mixture of hormones, and often does makes you hyperthyroid. And it is hard to follow the blood tests. ...Read more
I have pots and sometimes when I experience a fast heart rate, I get an instant intense buzzing all over even if I keep my breathing very slow. Due to fast hr, adrenaline, or a different cause?
Can running help alleviate physical side of anxiety such such as fast heart rate or Adrenaline rush and can it also help with fight or flight anxiety?
Can anxiety cause faster heart rate? I feel like my adrenaline is up (fight or flight). My pulse feels a little fast too... Kind of nervous?
Yes: Anxiety states can accelerate the heart rate (which you feel when taking your pulse). However if the heart rate exceeds 100 per minute then I would get checked for other causes of rapid heart rates such as overactive thyroid, fever, anemia, caffeine excess, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Potential anxiety suffer, no heart issues from pcp, I exercise I feel fine until my heart rate / adrenaline kicks in and I feel jelly legs and dizzy?
Anxiety: I understand your distress. Commend yourself for good functioning heart. Decrease pace and duration 0f exercise. Experience Wonder of Niagara Falls in your State. Feel good about your achievements in your journey of life of 43 years. Feel Blessings of your Body and Mind, do not focus on Anxiety Do Breathing and Music Relaxation, Yoga, Meditation. See Psychiatrist for Therapy for stress in Life. ...Read more
Can bisoprolol withdrawal cause hyperthyroidism? I've had a Fast heart rate, aches on my legs, back. And feeling tired from that adrenaline feeling
May feel like it: bisoprolol is a beta blocker and needs to be tapered off gradually depending on your dose and the length of time you have been on it. If you stop it abruptly you will have tachycardia, possible palpitations and feel generally terrible. Yes those symptoms are similar to hyperthyroid symptoms! See your doctor! Your blood pressure is probably high too!!! ...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
Went for a wild race car ride tday my adrenaline was pumping but hour later still high heart rate 95 bmp resting is that ok starting to pannic?
95 is normal: Hr of 60 to 100 is normal. If you otherwise are feeling well, I wouldn't sweat it. ...Read more
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