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My heart rate is lower during the day when sitting upright, when laying down my heart rate is higher. Is this normal?

Normal variation. Heart rates vary through the day, under precise control by a nerve network and by adrenaline levels in the blood. Many things can increase the heart rate, including exercise, emotion, dehydration, and even paying attention to the heart rate. If you feel palpitations or other symptoms when your heart rate is fast, a heart monitor can help figure out if you are having any abnormal heart rhythms. Read more...

In the morning when I stand up my heart rate is higher than usual 100+BPM then levels out. This also happens if I been laying down for awhile. Normal?

Hi . look your diet. Hi lisa..is normal that your HR..will be around 80..at rest..look your diet, caffeine,anxiety...If everything is normal made thyroid lab with your physician.But no worry a lot of.Have a great day. Read more...

Why is it when I first get up in the morning my heart rate is higher then it is throughout the day? Is it POTS? Adreneline? My CHD? Normal heart tests

Dysautonomia. If you have dysautonomia, your sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems tend to overreact and then overcompensate. During sleep the slower heart rate will prevail and the sympathetic nervous system will kick it upon awakening with an overcorrection if your autonomic nervous system is unstable. Are you getting fluids and salt? Read more...

My heart rate laying down is 48, I'm no athlete, is this normal?

Maybe and maybe not. Your heart rate is low, whether it is normal or not depends on whether you have symptoms like dizziness, lightheadedness, fatigue, or feeling faint. If you have symptoms then it is not normal if you do not and your heart rate goes up with activity, this maybe normal for you. You should however get an ekg and see your dr. If you have not. Read more...