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What are causes of rapid heart beat ? beat........?

What are normal causes of raid heart beat rate and what should be done to make the heart beat normal? Uslually my heart beat raises to 101-105 and i think it is too high cause the normal heart beat rate is 70-75. Please tell me what should i do to make my heart beat normal [even in case of emergency]? . Please consider answering accurately[when you have grate medical knowledge] and fast. i got answers but there is no cure.....pls suggest me a cure and answer accurately. You don t hav to be doc to answer but u should have good medical knowledge and should answer accurately and 100% correct.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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Normal is not just is much more variable than that and dependent on a number of factors including whether you are standing, walking, etc and your age and relative fitness level. A RESTING heart rate of 101-105 could be considered high, but would be acceptable for someone up and walking. A number of factors could increase your heart rate. Anxiety, smoking, caffeine, dehydration, certain medications as well as a number of underlying medical conditions. If your heart rate is over 100 at rest, and you are not taking any medications or if it is accompanied by chest pain, shortness of breath, etc. it should be evaluated by a physician. The cure will depend on the cause...if dehydrated, drink water, if smoking, quit...etc.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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