Does having an increased heart rate let you run faster?

No. Not sure i understand the question. Maximal predicted heart rate decreases naturally with age. Heart rate must increase to support increased oxygen demand. The amount of increase depends upon several factors. Your heart knows what to do! a high resting heart rate does not make anyone run any better.

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Would having an increased heart rate let you run even faster?

Stay natural. Elite runners have slow resting heart rates from natural conditioning and efficient oxygen transport and stronger hearts more pump per squeeze need fewer beats to get job done driving your heart chemically to enhance sports performance results in arrythmias strokes death possible side effects. Read more...

Have you ever heard of these symptoms during labor: vomiting, dizziness, increased heart rate, fast paced breathing?

Yea. Typically, we call it being in active labor. If you are a man, think about this: the equivalent for you would be passing a bowling ball out of your anus. Just the thought makes me nauseous. But there's other potential causes for those symptoms, dangerous ones for both mom and baby. Read more...

Help please. When I run my heart rate goes really fast, is there something wrong?

Depends how fast. This depends how fast your heart is going. The target heart rate (thr) is usually 50-75 % of the maximum heart rate for an individual. Ideally you get the maximum benefit when you stay with in the thr but going over for a few minutes is not a big problem. If your heart rate is more than 100% of the maximum heart rate for a long duration you should have this evaluated. Read more...

How should I deal with automatic disorder? It's too soon for me to get tired (fast heart rate, fainting, sweating after a couple of mins'running)

Autonomic disorder. If dysautonomia, then you need either a cardiologist or neurologist to advise you because other conditions may be associated with dysautonomia. If this is pots only, recommendations may also include increasing fluid & possibly salt intake, though it needs to be addressed with the physician who knows you to ensure it's the right thing to do for you. Personalized medical advice thru your doc only. Read more...

Why is it possible to burn more calories by having an increased heart rate while working out?

Calories burned. Having a higher heart rate during activity is usually due to increased intensity of activity. Increased activity intensity burns more calories for same time period. Read more...

I suddenly started having an increased heart rate with chest pains and shortness of breath. No clots, and not caused by meds? What could cause this?

3 letters: SVT. Very common in your age group for these symptoms is svt, a rhythm condition in which the heart suddenly races. Switches on/off. Called supraventricular tachycardia, rates up to 180-210 beats per minute sometimes seen. It can be hard to catch: needs to be seen on an ECG for diagnosis. Best test is a 30 day event recorder, a device you lease for a month and which can be switched on when occurs. Read more...