some 4 mths ago and when I had my ECG taken 2 days ago, my heart beat was 59 RESTING. Is that a problem? ... I am Male, Asian and 61 yrs old. have a pacemaker implanted 4 yrs ago when I had a very low heart ...
Hi! I am a 26 year old Female and I have a restingheartrate of 115 to 125 at all times. I had severe preeclampsia 2 years ago with my son and my blood pressure has never came down. Its usually around ...
What the heck is wrong with my heart all of the sudden? I was sitting down, I ate dinner 1 hour ago. So I felt good, when my heart starts pounding really fast. I actually thought it was going to come ...
is the last two weeks I have been noticing that with my usual exertion my heartrate accelerates dramatically ...I am a 42 yr old w. male and I feel up til now I am in pretty good health. I am definitely ...
Hi,Welcome to Health care magic forum.
You are a male aged 31 years, having high heartrate.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
What if my heartrate is 115 resting
It is a bit high. There are many factors to cause this resting tachycardia - hyperthyroidism is one among it.
what happens when heartrate increases .
when heartrate increases its called tachycardia.If its above 100 you can feel palpitation.Work load of heart increases.It is not good for heart to contract that fast.It will decreases its life.can eventually goes to heart failure,stagnation of blood in veins and thrombotic complications and kidney failure.Hope this help you
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