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When laying down my heart rate is approx 80 BPM and then when I stand it goes to around 140 bpm. It stays fast for about 2 minutes or so, causes?

Common occurance. The sudden change form horizontal to vertical position usually cause acceleration of the heart's beat. Since you are using a Holter monitor I assume your Dr. is monitoring your heart's function. Consult his/her opinion. Read more...

Is a heart rate of 175 BPM in children under 2 normal?

Age dependent . As children age, heart rate drops to eventually reach adult range. An infant can have a heart rate up to 190 bpm. Children 1-2 up to 130 bpm. Heart rate will increase based on body's needs such as with activity and fever. It is possible for children under 2 to have a heart rate of 175 but it may not be a normal heart rate at rest. http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003399.htm. Read more...

Hoping you can tell me, is 30 BPM heart rate considered healthy?

For the majority, no. Unless one is a highly professional athlete such as a bicyclist, a heart rate in the 40's is abnormal, and even in these elite athletes, 30 would be unusually low. Read more...