What to do about drop in heart rate is that normal?

Heart rate. Heart rate normally varies depending on supply and demand for cardiac output. Drugs, conditioning and other things can also cause heart rate change up or down.

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What to do about drop in heart rate is this normal?

Heart rate. Heart rate normally varies through the day. There could conceivably be abnormal drops in heart rate but you don't provide enough information to speculate. Read more...

Drop in heart rate is that normal, should I be concerned?

Maybe. Low heart rate can be fine if you are a symptomatic with good blood pressure. Symptoms like lightheaded ness, passing out, chest discomfort, shortness of breath, fatigue, etc, signal a problem. It can be a serious problem, but it is treatable. Read more...

Sons sick with a 104 temp. 157bpm heart rate, is that normal for now? Should I be concerned. Also anything else to help with fever other then cvs drop

Tachycardia. His elevated heart rate is due to fever. treat the fever with either ibuprofen or acetaminophen at appropriate doses, the fever will come down and so will the heart rate. Read more...
Caution.... With Flu going around.......best advice is to get child checked out ASAP. Read more...
Things to ponder. The heart rate during fever is expected to rise by about 10 bpm/degree/F. The rate you cite is not dangerous to his heart & reflects the bodies attempt to push blood with immune factors & white cells around to fight the illness. Cold fluids can help if the fever causes a drop in appetite but monitor his voiding pattern. Anything less than going every 8 hours is an early sign of dehydration. Read more...

For a week my 2 yo son has had a 1.5-2 degree drop in rectal temp & a 20 beat drop in heart rate. Both still in normal range, no other symp. Thoughts?

See below. Fever causes an increase in the heart rate, breathing rate and blood circulation to the skin. This is how the body tries to reduce the heat caused by fever. As the temperature decreases-we expect the heart rate to decrease. Read more...
Normal ? Normal biorhythms see the body temperature fluctuate with activity and time of day, usually dropping in the average person to its lowest around 4-6 am and highest at 4-6 pm. Heart rate also fluctuates and settled down in the resting state while elevating during activity. The numbers you mention are not particularly concerning but should be correlated with other symptoms. Read more...

In regards to heart rate and posture is it normal for The HR to be 84 while sitting, stand-up it soars to 120, I sit again it drops off to 48?

Dysautonomia. Dysautonomia syndrome causes different symptoms alleviated by avoidance of stimulants, ensuring hydration, using magnesium, vitamin D & omega fish oils (www.cardiamin.com, use code: CMC), low dose beta blockers e.g. propranolol 5 to 10mg 2 to 3 times daily and SSRIs e.g. citalopram 5 to 10mg daily. Read Dr. Ronald Hoffman’s MVP book (www.Amazon.com) and visit www.dysautonomiainternational.org. Read more...

I trying to get information on how to get baby to drop and what can I do to keep heart rate normal almost 38 weeks?

Walk. Walking might help but you normally just have to wait. It should drop in the next 2 weeks. If the baby is doing Ok then the hear rate should stay normal. Read more...