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Heart rate 175 beats per minute

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I was put on a sleep apnea machine because they said my heart quit beating at least 104 (minute), does this sound proper? They said with the sleep apnea machine, my heart only stops 30 (minute). ...

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Hi was at my cardiologist the other day and I told him my pulse rate is between 50 to 57 beats per minute when laying in bed and even when I go up and do a flight of stairs and he said that was nothing ...

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my heart has been going up an down from my normal resting great rate around 58 beats a minute to up to 98 beats a MI use with blood reassure consistently staying around 133/90. should I be getting ...

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I suffer from anxiety and my heart rate was very high when I got up. I can't seem to lower it to under 88 beats per minute even when I rest. Do I need to be concerned ...

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I am a 63 year-old competitive rower, wondering about a safe heart rate at which to condition ... it to 175-180 to finish each piece, holding about 160 through most of the 10 minutes. I feel that if I ...

Public Forum Discussions

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I have a high heart rate and need a bit of help to calm myself down. I m overweight(1,75 meters, 90 kg s) and my heart rate is 97-101 beats per minute. I m also sick now(that nasty common cold ...

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If your laying down and your heart rate is 90 beats per minute is that a heart attack alarm? ...

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I checked my dad s (57) heart rate when he was resting and it was about 80 beats a minute. He is also a smoker. Is this okay? ...

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Hey, for a guy, is it too low if his heart beat is 48 bpm? He s been constantly dizzy and couldn t see for a couple of minutes (like complete blackness). He thinks the dizziness has to do with his ...

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seems to have type 2 diabetes symptoms and when I walk or exercise after meals experience a RACING heart beat, clearly exceeding 175 to 200 beats per minute. Should I be concerned? ...

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my heart rate is up to 156 beats per minut and i cant stop it plz help ...

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Hi i have a condition where the lower chambers of my heart throw out an extra beat sometimes. I am sitting resting and have eaten and my heart feels like it s racing and it is beating really hard. I have ...

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laying down in bed heart beat 50 to52 times a minute reg. thats what showed up on machince screen? on running on the track mill my heart beat wont go over 88 after running for 10 minutes i was watching screen ...

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Will terazosin lower your heart beats like only 30 to 40 beats per minute? Is it not good to have such a low blood pressure? I am told the pulse should be 60 to 100 beats per minute. Is slowing the heart ...

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have the apple watch and notice my heart rate hit 180 beats per minute for a few minutes. Then dropped to 170 for the 30 minute work out. Is this something that should be checked out? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi Orlando Normal heart rate is 60 - 100 beats/minute Bradycardia (slow heart rate) means it is less than 60 beats per minute. Reply with thanks

doctor1 MD

Hello, not it's not. A heart rate as fast as 98 can only be justified by physical activity. If you've got 98 beats per minute, without engaging into physical activity, then investigation is needed. Various conditions may cause it like anemia, thyroid disease, infections, severe dehydration, arrhythmias etc You've got to visit your doctor for the necessary investigation. Kind Regards!

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Hi, Yes it is absolutely normal to have heart rate of 68 beats/min. Heart rate of 60-100beats per minute is considered normal. PLease hit thanks