... I recently had a simple outpatient procdure done where in the recovery room my rate went down into the mid 40s. The nurse asked if this was normal for me. Wasn't sure how to answer that. ... (3 replies)
... For a little history, I am a 30 year old female, and I gave birth 6 months ago. I have no history of heart problems and I exercise regularly. ... (0 replies)
... I wouldn't worry if I were you.
How are you feeling in general?
some athletes have resting heartrate or 40 something.
if you are so worried, see a doctor or even call for advice nurse.
best of luck. (5 replies)
... still heart rate has always measured about 60 BPM, but last night when I was falling asleep I measured it at about 45 BPM.. Then today when I woke up, it was about 48.. when I'm moving around and stuff, it usually clocks in at 60, but then just now I measured it 54 BPM. ... (5 replies)
... Although not yet used by doctors to determine treatment, evidence suggests that it may prove to be a strong predictor of heart problems, particularly in older adults. ... (2 replies)
... Does anyone know if post exercise heart rate recovery is a good indicator of whether arterial stiffness exists? ... (2 replies)
... and from exercising 45 minutes every night. I would be more worried about your BP. Way too high. ... (7 replies)
... I was recently in hospital for it and ironically they found that slow heart beat. ... (7 replies)
... I think I could handle this for 2 or so weeks, then I'll never have to take them after the ablation, and I can unleash my heart again! ... (19 replies)
... bpm to 130 bpm just by walking across the parking lot. I have gotten weak and somewhat dizzy before. ... (0 replies)
... I do seem to have heart problems in the family, both my grandfathers and one grandmother died from heart attacks, and my father had a pretty serious one when he was 52. ... (2 replies)
... I bike everyday min 25 minutes at 137 bpm heart rate and im 51 yrs old and otherwise healthy. Weight is good and I eat right. ... (18 replies)
... which was the lowest it ever went the whole 45 minutes we were in there! So, needless to say, I was beyond nervous! ... (22 replies)
... I keep hearing conflicting things about how many BPM your heart should recover after exercise. I read one study that said if it is less than 9 BPM in the first minute of recovery, you have problems. But other studies I read said if it is less than 45 BPM in the first minute you have problems. ... (2 replies)
... a.m. and notice that my heart is skipping evry 3rd to 5th beat. ... (7 replies)
... but this has occurred within and up to 45 seconds and not an entire minute? ... (13 replies)
... I was having some weird problems with my pm settings where the rate response was turned on when it should have been off. This caused me to get frequent episodes of "tachycardia" during the day. ... (10 replies)
... out. It is most disturbing, and I keep trying to think of something I'm panicking about but it's not there! The strange thing is, however, I just took my resting heart rate and it is 45 bpm. I am a 23 year old male. ... (1 replies)
... tach. the event monitor strips shows it, but he said that the rate is what he looks at and it was "bothersome" to him, but felt that i am in more danger getting in a car acc. than SSD. hum.. ... (8 replies)
... Hi, im too worried to go to the Doctor at the moment, and was just wondering if anyone had heard of this 'condition' before. My biology tutor pulled me to one side at the end of a lecture and has really worried me.
We did experiments with ECG's and heart rate/blood pressure in relation to different activities.
It seems my blood pressure is perfect at rest (116/75), but... (4 replies)