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Can a pulled muscle feel like chest pains? Had ultrasound and it came back clear. Have high heart rate but was told it was due to my anemia. Concerned

Chest pain. Certainly injured chest wall or intercostal muscles cause chest pains. Anemia certainly can cause high heart rate. Could other things also be going on, can't tell from out here in the cloud need to talk to your doctor. Read more...
Muscle spasms . A pulled muscle can feel like chest pains. This can be due to neck nerve root irritation with tight muscles due to spasms. Also people who are in pain can have high heart rates. You need to have a family dr. Examine you to make sure that you do not have any heart problems. Have the neck checked and may need to see a rehabilitation medicine specialist. Read more...

Can dysautomonia cause panic attack like symptoms with high heart rate (up to 185bpm)? If so, why does this occur?

Autonomic. Dysfunction can cause rapid heart rates, which in some persons will precipitate a panic attack, as it's easy to fixate on the sensation of a racing heart rate/palpitations. Read more...

What can cause high heart rate?

PALPITATIONS W/U. Palpitations that are symptomatic deserve a prompt W/U: exam/labs especially TFTS/EKG/Event Monitor/ECHO andThe discussion of treatment options with your doctor. While you are waiting eliminate caffeine focus on staying hydrated. If palpitations worsen or syncope develops go directly to the ER stick to a GF diet WholeApproach.com gutbliss.com. Read more...

How to deal with high heart rate?

Cause? Depends entirely on the cause. High heart rate is your body's way of dealing with increased metabolic needs. Of course there are many diseases that also increase the heart rate. The list is very long and includes, fever, infection, anemia, thyroid excess, cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias and many more. Read more...
Depends . On the underlying cause. There are many factors that are involved in causing a high heart rate. You need to be evaluated by your doctorand at least have an ECG done for starters. Read more...

What factors cause high heart rate?

Tachycardia. Many factors. Normal - regular 60-100bpm. Normally sinus node HR is 60-100; junctional 70-110; ventricular ~ 36 bpm. Any abn focus can lead to irregular rhythms such as A.fib/flutter, sinus tahcycardia, ventricualr tachycardia to name a few. Abnormal cardiac focus - Afib; metabolic/endocrine - thyroid, infections; CA; substance abuse; anxiety; congenital abn are some. Read more...

Help! Is 200 too high heart rate while exercising?

Depends. If it gradually returns to normal afterward, it was likely normal (you state your age is 32 - predicted estimated peak HR for your age is 192 but 200 is reasonable). If it stays at 200 after exercise, then suddenly falls (for instance to 110), it was an abnormal rhythm. Read more...