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Heart rate gets high during day, low on dieting - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User :   I am a healthy 33 year old man. Due to high LDL levels ( 149 ) I started a low fat diet about a month ago. Fruits, vegetables, Omega 3 (fish), fiber, etc. My heart rate after i wake up used to be around 55. Since then I lost 5 pounds and my heart rate went down to 46 when i wake up. I also exercise 1 hour at the gym 3 to 4 times a week. During the day it goes up to around 65.
Doctor :   I
User :   Good morning
Doctor :   x Every individual has his own heart rate
Doctor :   The heart rate varies
Doctor :   it islow when u r relaxed and high when u r active
Doctor :   It is evening for me
Doctor :   But Good Morning
User :   Is it normal to be seem lower after a month of change of rutine?
User :   routine
Doctor :   so as long as there are no symptoms , like dizziness, palpitation. chest pain , u do not need to worry
Doctor :   Are you checking manually by uself?
User :   I use a blood pressure machine with heart rate monitor
Doctor :   Yes Gym, regular exercise makes the heart rate low
User :   no symptoms
Doctor :   Did you follow me?
User :   yes.
User :   seems like nothing to worry
Doctor :   Yes
User :   Great. Thank you DR
Doctor :   There is nothing to worry
Doctor :   Great
Doctor :   Thank you
Doctor :   Bye'
Doctor :   Take care
User :   bye
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