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Does benadryl lower heart rate

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Is heart rate of 56 normal?

So a reating heart rate of 56 now and again is normal? I thoght lower then 60 was abnormal ...
 

Can benadryl slow down heart rate and pulse rate?

Yes I would like to know if benadryl slows down your heart rate or pulse It is 52 right now, and I just started taking a beta blocker ...
 

Does viagra lower heart rate ?

Do viagra or cialis lower heart rate ? ...
 

What is the cause of low heart rate?

child, my heartrate is much lower (usually 50's or 60's). While driving, I almost slid off the road ...
 

What does heart rate of 64 bpm indicate?

some concern again I felt my heart rate was 64 bpm around 4:00 p.m yesterday I no that om late ... ( LORAZEPAM 0.05 ) meds at his mor at 6:00 my heart rate was 56 bpm even here at work its 76 bpm ...
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Heart rate..

I am a 24 and a half year old white female with 3 children ages 4 and under. My heart rate ... just waking up after sleeping. Sometimes I do feel like my heart is racing. Is this something I should ...
 

Is there anyway to lower one's heart rate?

Is there anyway to lower one s heart rate ...
 

What are the ways to lower ones heart rate ?

My heart rate is high and I am looking for a variety of methods to lower it long term other than drugs. Also, even temporary methods, such as perhaps meditation ...
 

Does ibuprofen lower the heart rate ?

Does ibuprofen lower the heart rate? I m looking for something that will only temp lower my heart rate to under 100 beats per min. I m 17, 5 6 and 220 pounds. I donate plasma twice a week. Please help! ...
 

What causes lower heart rate?

if I should attribute the lower heart rate to being active and eating right, or could something ...I donated blood today. My heart rate was 52. I workout almost daily and eat a healthy diet ...
 

Will Lisinopril and Cardizem suffice to lower heart rate?

mg of Cardizem to reduce my heart rate. I have a blood pressure cuff at home and take it periodically ... the Cardizem at all. My blood pressure is now typically 117/65 or thereabouts, even at night. My heart rate ...
 

Increased heart rate, feels sick, used a metabolism booster pill. How to lower heart rate ?

her heart is beating uncontrollably. She has always had a naturally fast heart rate , I m guessing genetically. My question is what can we do to lower her heart rate quicker. Would you recommend not eating ...
 

Does working out lower your resting heart rate?

how long does it take to lower it ...
 

Is lowering of heart rate normal while on asthma medicine?

heart rate is going between 40 to75, is this normal? She is 56 and 191 lbs. and fells good ... heart and lungs) but she is asthmatic and is taking ADVAIR 250, Presidone 15mg, Lisnopril 40mg, singular ...
 

High heart rate from new BP medication

recently been put on amlodipine 10mg daily for my high blood pressure it seems to have work as its now 120 over 78 but my heart rate is now in the 130s sometimes higher sometmes little lower is .this ...
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115 bpm heart rate
Dear Friend. I would like to know since when are you having this. This high pulse rate is significant if counted at rest. Re check it in resting condition for full one minute and revert back. If you have any further query, please ask me. Stay Healthy
 
What is the ideal ewating heart rate
Hi, I think that you write wrong your query, however the normal Heart rate at waiting is 60-100/min.
 
heart rate goes up at rest
Hi,Welcome to Health care magic forum. You are a male aged 31 years, having high heart rate.at rest. It appears that it is due to the anxiety. The other cause may be the anemia, gastric hyper acidity. I advise you to consult a physician for diagnosis. He will, exclude the cardiac problem by E.C.G,echo, stress test, and give treatme
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