What causes elevated heart rate while doing daily activities?
Nothing to worry about - normal heart rate respone
Greetings and welcome to HCM, XXXXX. Thank you for your question. I understand your concern.
Well, first of all, I would like to inform you that trivial mitral and tricuspid regurgitation may be found in normal individuals, from time to time. You are young, a 27-year old person, and such findings have no clinical significance whatsoever.
As about the heart rate: heart rate normally is 60-100 beats per minute. This applies to resting states, and it is considered normal. Plus-minus beats per minute, out from these ranges, are also considered normal. When our organism is put under a certain stress, such as physical activity, psychological stress, anxiety/panic, caffeine-containing beverages, heart rate tends to be increased, and this is a physiological phenomenon which indicates that the heart is engaged in completing the peripheral tissues and organs with blood (oxygen and nutrient) supply. As the matter of fact, the figures you provided are totally acceptable, as in moderate-high stress situations the heart rate can go up to 193 beats per minute in your case (the formula being: 220 - age). Therefore, my opinion is that there is nothing to worry about and that there is no clinical or any kind of relation between the echo cardiogram findings and your heart rate.
I hope you find my answer helpful. I am happy to help, should you have follow-up questions.
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