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How does monster affect your heart rate

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How to control heart rate?

How can I slow my heart rate ...
 

What causes high heart rate?

facing. I have a high heart rate. A walk around the block can raise my heart rate to 180 bpm. I ... have an increased heart rate , but the other symptoms aren't there. I am at a loss of what to do. I ...
 

How is rapid heart rate treated ?

(5'10", 270lbs) While at office yesterday afternoon, had following new symptoms: Rapid heart rate (>100), sharp pain in shoulders and lower neck, shoulders feeling hot, arms flush red, forehead flush ...
 

How is sluggish heart rate treated ?

yesterday I had an echo stress test (the drug one) and was told that the heart is pumping the blood, has no blockages etc but that it is sluggish...what does that mean. they used an excelarator to get me ...
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How will smoking affect the heart rate ?

how will smoking affect the heart rate? ...
 

What is the average heart rate of a healthy person ?

I have to do a school project on how drugs affect the body. I was wondering what the average heart rate of a healthy male on methamphetamine. ...
 

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 ...
 

Can you tell me the factors that could affect someones heart rate, and how ?

Can you list 5 factors that could affect someone s heart rate, and how??? like.. is eating too much going to raise your heart rate? ...
 

How bad is my heart rate?

heart rate is about 90 I checked this after a smoke I dont know how immidate it effects you and my dad ... every day or other day usually going for my fat burning heart rate but I usually end up doing cardio ...
 

How to cure attacks of high heart rate?

3 week old born at 38 weeks has attacks of high heart rate above 200 when barely crying. Her O2 levels were down and she is on a pulse oximeter, this is how I know her HR is so high. Alert awake heart ...
 

How to cheat the system of heart rate monitor ?

How do you make a heart rate monitor think your heart rate is up to around 130-190 without actually getting your heart rate up ? need ideas to cheat the system. ...
 

How to ascertain that the heart rate and bp are normal?

pressure was something like 125/74 but my heart rate was 139. On my next appointment my blood pressure was 143/72 and heart rate was 129. I had my morphine pain pump removed, after five years, in April. Five ...
 

Can collapsed sac during early pregnancy cause increased heart rate and dizziness?

and I have no bleeding. I have been getting a sudden race in my heart beat and dizzy spells at the same time now for the past 2 days but that s it... can and how does this collapsed baby sac affect my health ...
 

Palpitations, anxiety, increased heart rate, high BP, mitral valve prolasys. Help?

rate but increased amplitude) from last 2 years. I had got full heart check up in Aug 2011 ... on heart or kidney . Or could you guide me as how can I quit this medicine. Also I have mild Mitral Valve ...
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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
 
Does eagle syndrome affect your heart rate or make you dizzy.
hello, thanks for your query, tinnitus,ear pain , difficulty in swallowing due to elongated styloid process. not related to any heart related symptoms. all the best. take care.
 
How do i get blood pressure and heart rate down
By regular exercise, healthy diet and medications.
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