Is a heart rate of 100 normal for working as a waitor in a restaurant?

Depends. Normal sinus rythm goes from 60-100. Depending on the time of day and what you are doing the answer is most likely yes. Stressing out everything is fine, managing obstacles around the restaurant, making everyone happy. That will make my heart rate go to a 100 without a doubt CHeers! C.

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I'm a server at a resturant and I have been off work for over an hour now is it normal for my heart rate to still be 130?

No. Assuming you are resting and not exercising during your break, that is not normal. You should see a doctor as soon as possible for a full evaluation. It may be partly stress or anxiety but cardiac causes needed to be examined too. Read more...

Might have tachycardia, echo normal. Haven't seen doctor yet after results. Highest heart rate=140 whilewalking. Can I start working out again or wait?

Wait. It is best to get the opinion of the doctor that has taken your history, evaluated your test results, and examined you before you start more strenuous activity. Read more...

When working out, I my heart rate tends to read a bit higher than normal around 190bpm during vigorous exercise, but I don't feel bad. It's this ok?

Rapid recovery. With vigorous exercise this is not very abnormal as long as your normal heart rate returns after a few minutes' rest. You could go through a treadmill stress test to document that there are no significant problems. Read more...

Does heart rate say anything about the health of the heart? If heartrate is normal then is the heart working fine?

It can. If the heart rate is too fast(over 100) it can be concerning. If it is too slow(less than 60) it could be that the person is a conditioned athlete or that there is something wrong with the electrical activity of the heart. Read more...

I was working and lifting food into cars in the hot sun some stuff heavy some not and my heart rate was 86-93-98-97-96 normal? I can feel it beating!

That's good. You should be able to feel your heartbeat when you're exerting yourself. Almost all of the "pop" stuff you read about heart rate is basically science-fantasy. You should be proud of the level of fitness that enabled you to do this kind of work, and it would be great if you were to enhance it even more with some serious aerobic exercise -- training with race-runners. I bet you'd enjoy it. Read more...

Should I be concerned that while taking azithromyacin, my heart rate is 64 rather than my normal 85bpm? It's working for my pneumonia, but I'm worried

Likely ok. Slowing the heart rate would be an unusual side effect for azithromycin. A heart rate of 64 is ok. If you are not feeling lightheaded or dizzy, it's very reasonable to continue the medicine and see what your heart rate does once the course of antibiotics ends. Read more...
M.D. follow up/Mgt. If you are being treated as an outpatient for pneumonia, I would suggest finishing the course, but also letting your physician know about your concerns. He may order additional testing such as a 12 lead EKG. If you develop shortness of breath, worsening cough, dizziness for example, this should be reported to your physician right away. Read more...