What symptoms of a fast heart rate are the most common?

Some are... Palpitations (feeling your heart beat), shortness of breath, lightheaded feeling, fatigue, increased urination, passing out are some of the symptoms that can be associated with fast heart beat.
Shortness of breath. Common symptoms may include : palpitations, pounding in the chest , dizziness, chest pain or shortness of breath.

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How fast is too fast for a heart rate while exercising for someone with tachycardia? Assuming non-smoker and no alcohol or drugs and otherwise healthy female in late teens to early twenties. Tachycardia started a week ago with no identified cause.

Depends. it depends because if I had that condition I would certainly not want it to hamper my regular schedule of exercise, but I would seek medical attention before beginning any exercise program. Do not exercise if you are experiencing any signs or symptoms of tachycardia and I would ask your MD "if you had my issue what would YOU do not what the book tells you to do?" There has to be a common ground. Read more...
Many reasons 4 tach. There are many reasons for tachycardia and you should be seen by a good electro physiologist and cardiologist to work it out. Different causes have different treatments. Cannot go into all of this in 400 spaces. Read more...
Read on. Norml activity range for a 20 year old should be HR of 120-160, depending on the resting HR and degree of activity. There are many causes for tachycardia which is beyond the scope of this discussion. Someone with tachycardia should be cleared by a doctor for activity for sure. Read more...
Tachycardia. For Age 19, normal heart rate is 60 -100 beats/min. Exercise and anxiety can cause Tachycardia. Tachycardia starting a week ago at age 19 is likely due to sudden stress, such as fright with feeling of being overwhelmed or Anxiety. See Physician for possible Diagnosis of Fever, Hyperthyroidism, Anemia, B.P. Medications effect, or heart condition. See Psychiatrist for Stress Anxiety, Relaxation. Read more...

Is atrial tachycardia dangerous my cardiologist thinks I might have it had fast heart rate since july had several tests done!?

It depends. If one has intermittent short runs of atrial tachycardia, it might not be dangerous; sustained runs are of greater concern. More important is to determine the underlying cause of the arrhythmia. This entails knowing ones blood pressure, heart muscle and valve status (echocardiogram). Read more...

My cardiologist thinks I've got atrial tachycardia seeing him in a week to confirm this, I've had fast heart rate since july, can it damage the heart?

Atrial tachycardia. Any prolonged abnormal or "pathologic" rapid heart beat can damage the heart if not adequately treated. A continuous rapid heart rate of > 100 BPM for days or weeks on end can lead to heart failure eventually, an entity known as tachycardia induced cardiomyopathy, which usually resolves when the heart rate is controlled. Short episodes of atrial tachycardia do not usually cause damage. Read more...
Rapid heart rate. There are a variety of different types of atrial tachycardia, and the treatment (and after effects) depend on the cause. But having a rapid heart rate (up to 160 beats per minute) by itself does not usually cause any harm to the heart, especially in a young person whose heart is otherwise healthy. Read more...

Ecg results asymptomatic tachycardia, thyroid test is normal. I still feel nervous, anxious and fast heart rate. Pls advise?

Not asymptomatic. By definition, your tachycardia is not "asymptomatic" since you're experiencing symptoms. Are you using any medications or recreational drugs? If using caffeine at all, please stop ; see whether this helps. Anxiety can cause tachycardia -- but have you had a cardiology consult? I would, in your case. You may also need a psychiatrist consult for the ongoing anxiety. Read more...