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When can sinus tachycardia affect you?

Never. Sinus tachycardia always due to "something else". It's the "something else" that can affect you. Examples of "something else": pain, fever, anxiety, exercise, thyroid excess, deconditioning, and congestive heart failure. There are many other causes as well. Read more...

How much sinus tachycardia affect you?

Depends. Some people are more aware of their heart heart beats than others. By in itself sinus tachycardia is not life threatening but can be be uncomfortable. The more important issue is -is the tachycardia appropriate? and what causes it? Your doctor will tell you after his/her evaluation. Read more...

Can someone die from sinus tachycardia?

Talk to your doctor . Sinus tachycardia refers to a fast heart rate i.e. Over 100 beats per minute. This is normal after exercise. Some people have a rapid resting heart rate. This places an increased oxygen demand on the heart. Normal hearts can tolerate this. Diseased hearts may not tolerate this and subsequently injury occurs due to a lack of oxygen reaching the heart muscle. Talk to your doctor re: your concerns. Read more...

Is innapropriate sinus tachycardia hereditary?

Possibly. There are reports of families, including multiple generations, with a persistent sinus tachycardia. However, one should search for an underlying cause of the high heart rate first, such as hyperthyroidism, underlying inflammation , or some other condition which might increase ones metabolic rate. Read more...

What medication is safe to take with sinus tachycardia?

Unfortunately your. question is not clear. Do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat sinus tachycardia or do you mean what medications are safe to take to treat a different problem when you have sinus tachycardia? Please ask a clearer question so we can help you to get the answer you want. Read more...

Help! What can be causing symptomatic sinus tachycardia?

Anxiety plays a role. "symptomatic" means that you can feel the heart. The sinus node is the area in everyone's heart where the normal electrical heartbeat is generated. That is "sinus." a rapid heart beat is "tachycardia, " so symptomatic sinus tachycardia is a normal rapid heartbeat that is felt. Common causes include: anxiety, anemia, dehydration, excess thyroid hormone, and stimulants, (caffiene or some medication). Read more...

Would exercise benefit someone with episodic sinus tachycardia?

Possibly, but. Sinus tachycardia is a finding not a diagnosis. Many causes for it. U need to see Ur doc to reach diagnosis before proceeding with exercise program. Good luck. Read more...

Hi does anyone have information on inappropiate sinus tachycardia. Thanks in advance.?

1st look for a cause. If this is new, a search for a cause is appropriate. Overactive thyroid, infection, anemia, lung, heart, or kidney disease, hormonal problems, cancer, malnutrition, reaction to herbal, over-the-counter, or prescription medications can be the culprit. Sometimes, there can be an abnormality of the heart's electrical system. If no cause if found, the symptoms can be managed with simple medications. Read more...
IST. Inappropriate sinus tachycardia is a recognized condition. Patient may have palpitations especially in an awake state. Ekg may show normal p waves with tachycardia. The exact cause for this is not known but it is generally surmised that the tachycardia originates from sinus node and it is dysfunctional because do what is called dysautonomia. It is also difficult to treat though there are several. Read more...