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High heart rate for a 14 year old, Please help

We were doing science projects in school today. One guy was checking people s blood pressures for his project. My heart rate was 105 and it went up to 108 after an energy drink. My friend s heart rate was 120 and she s thin too. I got back home and I checked again and now its 91. I m 14, weigh 131 which is normal for my height. I have been experiencing a lot of stress in school because finals are coming up. My mom has heart problems. Can this be because of the stress? Please help..
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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It is Normal to have these symptoms before exam, some get Vomiting, Headaches and even Diarrhea. Most of them report with Pain in chest, It's because of Tension/Stress. Pay attention to your studies, and relax. Stop those so called energy drinks it can cause this symptom.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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