Should I be cocern with a low heart beat stay tired a lot

A . A low heart rate is called "bradycardia" and is considered to be any heart rate less than 60 beats per minute. Bradycardia can either be a sign of a healthy, fit heart, or it can be a sign of a problem with the heart's electrical system. Marathon runners and other very fit, young athletes will often have very low heart rates - even in the 40-50 beats per minute range. If you do not fit into the "fit, young athlete" category, then there are other things to consider such as damage to the heart from coronary artery disease, heart attack, a metabolic problem such as hypothyroidism, or a medication which can cause a slowed heart rate as a side effect. You should discuss your concerns with your doctor. They may want to check an ekg and a few blood tests to rule out problems with your heart. Good luck!

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My heart rate is 52 bmp but it should be 70. Any problem form this low heart beat.?

Depends. Your pulse rate may be normal. This depends on your current state of health, medications you are on and what physical condtition you are in. If in great shape and exercising, it could be normal. If on certain meds, it would be acceptaable. If you have symptoms of dizziness, fatigue, shortness or breath, chest pain or othe symptoms, see your pcp/cardiologist. Yoiu could have a significant prob. Read more...
Not necessarily. The normal heart is usually between 60 and 80 beats per minute. However slower heart rate is often seen in normal people with no heart disease including young and well conditioned individuals . If you belong to this category you have nothing to worry about. Read more...
Probably not. If you are otherwise healthy, a heart rate in the 50's is probably completely normal. However, if you have heart disease then the rate must be considered in context of your other cardiac problems. Read more...
Slow heart rate. None whatsoever. You are probably fairly well conditioned-that is the reason for your slower heart rate. If you are not in excellent shape-then there maybe some concern. Please check with your pcp. Read more...
Heart rate. No problem if you have no symptoms. Trained athletes may have resting heart rates on the 40's. Read more...

I am heat sensitive and have been for years, it makes my heart beat fast and makes me feel tired and panicky, thyroid normal am 37, low bp?

Unusual. Could be a neurologic issue. The anx 3.0 is a device that evaluates how the nervous system communicates. Also neurotransmitter imbalances may contribute and can be assessed by urine testing pharmasan labs. Read more...
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Can I experience k def. Symptoms like strong heart beat, muscle cramps, hypoglycemic feeling, tiredness and sleepiness with k level 3.7?

Hypokalemia symptoms. Potassium lowering is called hypokalemia potassium is an intracellular substance we measure the blood potassium to gain an idea about the cellular stores since we cannot go in ythe cell generally a low potassium in serum suggests low in cell symptoms such as you mention can occur with the levels you talk about in the right settings older age other medications coexisting illness it is important tow. Read more...

After good stress test, ECG, ultra sound on heart, I still have chest and back pain, heart beat and tiredness around 7-8 times in the last month. Why?

Symptoms. Devil is in the details, a "good"stress test does not exclude cardiac disease. Active persistent symptoms require ongoing further evaluation and consideration of non-ischemic cardiac causes as well as consideration of noncardiac etiologies. Much additional history and possible additional labs and other testing may be necessary so please see competent further evaluation or try Health Tap Concierg. Read more...