My normal heart rate is about 105-115 bpm. And my age is 18. Is this nornal or I need to have some checkup?

HR of 105-115. That heart rate is a bit elevated but may be normal for you. Some people do have baseline tachycardia but would follow up with a cardiologist get and EKG and echocardiogarm to make sure there is no underlying condition, Also avoid caffeine/energy drinks as that raises heart rate and smoking .

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My resting heart rate is up to 98 bpm right now. I am a 38 year old woman. I'm dehydrated from being stomach sick today. I also usually drink wine at this time of day and have not had any today. Should I be worried? My normal heart rate is usually in the

Don't worry, DRINK. as much as you can tolerate. Drink most clear liquids such as water, Ginger-ale, lemonade, and/or diluted fruit juice such as apple, pear, or white grape juice. Ginger has been used for centuries for treatment of stomach ailments; Ginger-ale or ginger tea containing real ginger. Chamomile and peppermint tea can also be soothing. Get yourself hydrated or you may need to have IV fluids. Read more...

What is a normal heart rate when active. I mean like cooking n cleaning. My resting heart rate is 77bpm. Was 85 BPM when I was cooking.?

Fine. Minor fluctuation of 10 beats per minute, with everyday activities of daily living, are normal. stay well, best wishes. Read more...
Still normal. A normal heart rate range is 40-90. Therefore nothing to worry about. However, it is useful to be checked for risk factors such as LDL (cholesterol), high blood pressure, family history of heart disease, glucose abnormalities and smoking. Check with your doc. Additionally, you may be deconditioned and not doing enough exercise. Discuss your exercise program with your doc also. Read more...
Normal. The normal heart rate at rest can be from 55 to 90 , with 72 being average. It is normal for the rate to increase with activity or anxiety and your rate of 85 during moderate activity is quite normal. With vigorous exercise the heart rate can exceed 140 but should gradually return to normal after 5 to 15 minutes of rest. Read more...

Heart problem? I just experienced a normal heart rate resting at 80 BPM and doing nothing it shot to 230 BPM why did it do this? I am super healthy

Tachycardia . Tachycardia with rates going into the 200's is very worrisome. Pleases schedule an appointment with your physician as soon as possible. You don't describe any symptoms of dizziness, weakness etc. A cardiac evaluation as soon as possible is indicated! Read more...

What's a normal heart rate immediately after a light walk, such as walking in wal mart? Pulse ox said mine was 116 bpm with 97% O2 sat.

Hr of 116 o2 sat 97% Should be a above the normal rate, what is your rate at rest? 60-70? then should be 80-90 for a light walk, however young people have faster heart rates than tthe elderly, therefore you may fall into the normal parameters . As the walking intensity increases the rate will too. Do you get any shortness of breath? The O2 sat of 97% is normal, increment of heart rate. Read more...

My normal heart rate is about 50bpm. I had to get an echo. What are the drs looking for?

Heart structure. Heart rate of 50 can be normal as long as it can go higher when you exercise or increase your activity. An Echo shows your heart function, size of your heart muscle and your valves. . Read more...

My normal heart rate is between 75 to 85. Today it was 52. What could cause it to drop so much? I am 58 not athletic

Vagal Tone vs Meds. Most likely in your case is something called increased vagal tone. The vegus nerve is our rest and digest nerve, and if it gets stimulated -- by a large meal, changing temperatures, and sometimes positions, rapidly, and often following urination or defecation -- your heart rate may lower. Certain medications like verapamil can also result in transiently lower heart rate. Read more...

Healthy eater only water. Why does my BP spike every couple of days & sometime BP is normal & heart rate is in the 90's. Could this be anxiety?

Can be anxiety, but. You need a full medical evaluation of this problem to be sure. You also list "headache, pain, dizziness" in your clinical findings -- and they may be connected with your blood pressure changes. BP and pulse can vary, as these respond to activity level. If associated with symptoms, they need investigation. Please start by seeing your family physician. Read more...