Why is my heart rate is high during a moderate intensity exercise? I need some advice.

Predicted heart rate. During exercise, the maximum predicted heart rate for your age is calculated by subtracting your age from 220 (220 - age). At 33 years old that would be 220 - 33 = 187 beats per minute. Any heart rate up to 187 beats/minute during exercise would likely be normal.

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Please explain why is my heart rate is high during a moderate intensity exercise?

Increase O2 delivery. When you exercise, your body burns more oxygen, which is carried by the blood. So the heart has to pump more blood. One way to do this is to increase heart rate. Read more...

If somebody has high heart rate (>90 at rest) it is very easy to hit the max HR during exercise even moderate. How safe is to exercise at that level?

Slowly increase... Lack of conditioning can lead to a HR that increases rather quickly with exercise. Slowly increasing the duration & exertion with exercise - and being consistent with exercise will help lead to a lower resting HR and a slower increase. The max HR recommendations are safe; however, it isn't easy to maintain them for a length of time that would be beneficial. Build up your tolerance. Read more...

When I participate in high intensity exercise my heart rate suddenly beats incredibly fast. Skips a beat or two then returns to normal.?

See a doctor! I am not an expert on this area but this sounds concerning. See your doctor as soon as possible and get checked out. . Read more...
Best to get checked. What you are describing could be from deconditioning but it could also be related to a heart rhythm problem . it is best to get this checked out by a doctor. Read more...

How high should my heart rate go during exercise on 20mg of beta blocker?

Ask Ur cardiologist- -2 B on the safe side. Usually it's around 150-160BPM above Ur resting pulse.it is important for U 2 use Ur brain & when U feel it's 2 fast or U get short of breath, slow down or stop & rest, take Ur pulse whenever this happens & report it 2 Ur cardio guy. Read more...