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... You have a tendency to mix studies in people post MI or with Heart failure with studies of people with hypertension. ... (51 replies)
... I was told by a doctor that heart-rate is only too low when it causes symptoms. More often than not, my resting heart-rate is 52-55 bpm, up to 60 bpm. No issues...ever, and I've had it for as long as I can remember. (6 replies)
... I did not have the heart workup for the slow heart rate, but for palpitations that started about a month ago. ... (6 replies)

... My doctor told me once that she would find a heart rate of 50 fine. ... (6 replies)
... can't a heartrate that low cause a heart block? ... (6 replies)
... Yes it is low but the most important rate is the one you normally beat at. Take your own pulse once a day for a couple weeks and over a period of time you will see what your normal is. ... (6 replies)
... while I'm sitting at my desk. It's easy to take your own pulse. I don't think 53 is anything to worry about. Many athletes will have lower pulse rates than that at rest. ... (6 replies)
... I just had my pulse checked and it was 53 Is this to low? I Walk about 30 minutes 3 times a week but sit at my job all day.. I am not overly overweight at 198 pounds at 5' 11" (6 replies)
Feeling crappy
Sep 7, 2008
... heart rate is 106. Is there something I can do to fix this? ... (2 replies)
... AVG BP. I would not be worried about lowering your heart rate nor would I be concerned at it staying where it is. ... (10 replies)
... I was on blood pressure meds got off em The best cure for blood pressure is diet & exercise. Putting the right things in your body.Walking weight lifting Here is what helped me measure your blood pressure every day. Fish,lemon water,vitamin c,Garlic pills, onions really works. Doctors do not want home remedys other wise they be out of a job. just stuffen pills down your... (8 replies)
... the Amplodipine but as I believe 10mg is the maxed out dose, can anyone suggest alternative CCB's that I can bring to my Doctor as alternatives that do not lower heart rate. I felt so good again this morning I actually did a half hour run on my treadmill. For information I weigh 160 lbs and I am 5ft 7in and 53 years of age. ... (8 replies)
... Blood Pressure and Heart Rhythm medications usually try to block or inhibit hormones, hormones which the body produces after drinking espresso, or caffeinated coffee or tea. So...... ... (5 replies)
... and my heart rate is 53 now. I was better on Diltiazem alone, although my blood pressure was higher. ... (13 replies)
... When my blood pressure is really low or my heart rate really high, I'll take an extra 2.5mgs. Usually before work I take 7.5mgs just to get myself going, and because I'm standing so much. ... (9 replies)
Blood pressure
Sep 10, 2008
... and a heart rate of 84. ... (1 replies)
Feeling crappy
Sep 8, 2008
... The reason your BP is low and your heart rate is high is likely because you're getting dehydrated. You probably also have a low grade fever causing the higher heart rate. ... (2 replies)
Any Suggestions?
Jul 19, 2008
... So here is my ordeal. Last Tuesday I was in the ER with heart palpitations... felt as if my heart would beat then beat again too soon. ... (3 replies)
Point of no return
Nov 12, 2007
... m to be random. There doesn't seem to be any particular activity or situation that initiates them. I do feel a sour anxiety feeling in my stomach and increased heart rate and breathing. I know what to do and feel fairly confident in emergency controls. However, its a mystery why they occur. ... (47 replies)
... with BP actually lower than yours. At your age, my heart rate was aroud 120, give or take, but now varies from 80 to 110. ... (0 replies)


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