Usually, high blood pressure is caused by a higher pulse rate, but other factors, such as high amounts of sodium, can also raise blood pressure. However, it is generally found in conjuncture with a higher pulse rate.
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Hi i ve been feeling about 4 slower, more pronounced beats all evening and i can t sleep because of it. After these beats, a normal rhythm is back and sometimes after an episode the normal beat comes back a little faster and then almost immediately goes slower again. i haven t got a fast heart rate when they are here. When i get up and walk around they aren t there, it s just when i am lying down the strange beats comes back. i don t have any heart disease / the structure of my heart is all good. i don t feel lightheaded or dizzy when i get them. i do have a really dry mouth, about to get my period and are overtired. thanks
My wife has been in the hospital 2 times in the past 2 and a half weeks. Both times he heart rate dropped in the middle 20s and them below. They think they have found that the top is beating faster than the bottom. Everything is showing for fast heart rate not for slower ones. At the hospital her heart rate resting is no more than 55 and doesnt get alot higher. What is that condition called.
Hi, I exercised on Tuesday night right after work and I admit it was a while since I exercised and when I went to sleep last night, I felt my heart was still beating unusually fast. I still feel sore from the exercise but one time it kind of felt like I went kind of numb and my heart felt like it either went faster or slower than usual. It just happened again today so I m just wondering, what s going on?