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Dees gym effect on heart rate increasing ?

I am going to gym from past one week now suddenly fel that my heart rate is increased even when i am at rest..... is it because of gym ? Is it harmful ?
Thu, 28 Jul 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,arvind ,thank for query.While you exercise ,you oxygen requirment increases due to exercise and that is the reason why your heart beats at a faster rate.This comes to normal when you stop doing exercise and comes to normal after some time.At rest the effect of exercise done earlier cannot be there,if you have increased heart rate during rest also ,you need to look for some other reason,please take help from your doctor and get an examination done.
wishing you good health.
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Fatima Clinic's  Response
Hi,Welcome to Health Care Magic Forum,
Get your ECG ,blood glucose and TSH done to investigate your problem.During exercise your heart rate increases but as you said during rest also its there that means it is a cause of concern.Above written tests are to investigate the basic cause.Let me know your reports there after.You can email them to
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  User's Response

yes gymming will increse your heart rate during exercise. But if you are having increased heart rate at rest also, guess it willbe better for you to have a consult with your doctor before proceding further with the gymming. At rest your hearrate should be normal.

  User's Response
This is quite uncommon, the heart rate will increase while you are in gym. SO get it checked with a physician immediately
  User's Response
it will increase heart rate, its very important in heart patients. they can get sudden attack also
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