Is an elevated heart rate over 100+ for over 2 days --bad at 70?

Similar to fever. It's not bad in and of itself, but it's an indication that your system is stressed by something, just like fever isn't harmful but is a sign of infection. You need a checkup, sir.

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Is it bad if you've had an elevated heart rate over 100+ for over 2 days?

Rapid heart rate. It depends. If you run a fever, drink a lot of coffee or other caffeine-containing beverages, run around, are excited, or are in a very hot environment, it may be a normal response. If your heart rate stays that way even if you sit quietly in a cool environment, you probably should see a phy7sician. Read more...

What can be done for an elevated heart rate?

R&R. If it's 100-120, rest and relax. If it's >160, go to an er. If it's in between, try the first and resort to the second. Read more...
Work up. Depends on how elevated your heart rate is. If abnormally high, work up needs to be done to figure out why it is high. If cause is found, it should be treated. If not apparent cause, depending on symptoms and how high it is, treatment may be recommended. Overall, physical fitness, less caffiene and other stimulant intake, and lower stress could help. Read more...

What does having an elevated heart rate do to the heart/body?

Depends. Depends on how high the heart rate, for how long it remains so, the underlying heart condition and the reason for the high heart rate. Please talk to your doctor and perhaps see a cardiologist if you have recurrent problems. Read more...

If I am under 30, should I be worried about an elevated heart rate?

Hear rate. More information is needed since there are many reasons for an 'elevated heart rate'. How fast are you talking about? Are you thin or obese, active or mostly sedentary, taking any medications or over the counter drugs or supplements, including herbs. Do you have any other symptoms? I suggest you see your family doctor and ask him or her. Read more...

I have an elevated heart rate. What are the possible causes if I am healthy?

Anxiety, thyroid? Chronic stress, hyperthyroidism, poor fitness, obesity, medications can all cause your resting heart rate to be increased. Your physician should be able to investigate further and manage accordingly. Read more...
Anemia, hyperthyroid. Assuming you have normal heart function and structurally normal heart, then persistent tachycardia at rest (not related to exercise) can be caused by anemia, fever, and increased thyroid activity. Read more...