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I been stressing alot lately and my heart rate is 63 bpm.Is that slow? this heart rate is at rest ...

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I am 66 years old and have enjoyed distance running since I was 18 years old. My resting heart rate ... resting heart rate started increasing almost daily. Today it was measured at 68 beats per minute. Should I ...

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i am an 18 year old girl, my height is around 5 61/2 and i weigh around 115lbs, and i consider myself to be fairly healthy. however after finding out my resting bpm is 84 and reading ...

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I normally have a resting heart of about 80bpm but today it is 104. Is 104 normal? My hands are also shaky. What could this possibly be caused by? Thanks ...

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just started a nursing degree, and just checked my resting pulse as practice for class and it was 55bpm ...

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Is my resting heart beat of 148 beats per minute normal, because I know it s not? I was diagnosed ... and everything else is just killing me and I have panic attacks. This isn t even one of them and I m resting ...

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I am taking Channel blockers and ARB s- Im 65 yrs old and my resting heart rate is 55. Im running 3 miles in 35 min plus 30 min elliptical as a workout every other dat. My heart rate during my 3 mile run ...

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Hi My heart rate is 84 bpm at rest. I go to gym 3 to 4 times a week. I hit an avg of 155 to 160 bpm ... related concerns. Is my heart rate of 84 bmp at rest normal or abnormal? Do I need to consult a doctor? ...

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Hi, is 96 bpm smth to be concerned of? It s not resting heart rate as it is 3 am and I was going to sleep but I have got a bit concerned and I m not sure whether to sleep or call a doctor.. I m a 60kg 22 ...

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is it ok for my heart rate to jump around or over 30bpm briefly after standing up. after a few ... when my resting is usally 70-80 while awake. it is my understanding that your heart rate needs to STAY ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Dear Friend. I would like to know since when are you having this. This high pulse rate is significant if counted at rest. Re check it in resting condition for full one minute and revert back. If you have any further query, please ask me. Stay Healthy

doctor1 MD

HI,get an ecg and 2 d echo of your heart at the earliest.

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Hello, a normal heart is generally between 60 and 100 beats per minute (bpm) . This is a general rule and can't be applied to everyone. Athletes have very low heart rates. For example highly trained basketball players may have heart rates as low as 40 bpm, without having symptoms. Your resting heart rate of 70 bpm is just fine. You should not worry at all about that! Kind Regards!