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... n and probably 'fear.' I would guess that your physician isn't too worried about your situation in large part due to your youth. But people at any age can have heart rhythm issues, and they don't have to be serious, either, just annoying. ... (5 replies)
... ively good health, suffer from asthma and arthritis. I work full time and own a winery. I have noticed over the last year, that I am suffering from this elevated heart rate at night. I have monitored it and noticed that whether I drink, beer, wine or hard liquor, the symptoms come on after 3 to 5 hours. ... (1 replies)
... Doesn't your heart rate go into the 70's when you are sleeping? ... (4 replies)

... but all in which I was trying to sleep and my heart felt like was beating so fast and hard it was going to break through my ribcage and skin at any moment. ... (3 replies)
... It's a known fact that alcohol increases your heart rate. ... (1 replies)
... Yep, alcohol is a bugger. It makes your heart races, very uncomfortable. It doesn't mean that anything is wrong with the heart itself. It is just a trigger for fast heart rate, has to do with dehydration also. ... (1 replies)
... I'm an 18 year old male from the UK and when I consume alcohol, my heart rate tends to increase to about 120BPM and I was just wondering if it's normal for alcohol to do this to your heart rate. ... (1 replies)
... Ooooo, yeah, it happened to me last winter, when I was drinking a small glass of.... EGGNOGG!!! I thought I'd die! I never drinked any kind of alcohol ever since! ... (11 replies)
Rapid heart rate
Jan 5, 2008
... Key word there is resting. Obvioulsy doing anything, even such as just a quick walk, your heart rate will naturaly go up depending on what your are doing. ... (7 replies)
... how drastically did you reduce your alcohol consumption? ... (7 replies)
... my bp and heart rate don't really change -- i've checked them a few times on a few occasions after having several drinks. i've never seen my HR vary out of the 55-65 range when at rest drinks or no drinks. (13 replies)
... You said your PVCs go away, but what does your heart rate do? ... (13 replies)
... in some ppl it does up your heart rate thats why ppl tend to get pvc's with drinking and high blood presure,thats why the doctor tells you not to drink,if it lowered blood presure and lowered your heart rate we whould all get drunk, im 33 and have pcs's an a-fib,ive had it first time at 22,about once a month i will drink about 6 to 8 beers it does cause more pvc's,but never... (13 replies)
... I thought the same thing that drinking would lower your heart rate. Apparently that is not true in my case. I take my beta blocker in the morning, so I'm sure that little 1. ... (13 replies)
... I get the rapid heart rate after I have a drink as well. I have stopped drinking because of it. I do not know why it happens, but it does! ... (13 replies)
... all. I am on a beta blocker for sinus tachycardia. I am supposed to take 2.5mg of bisoprolol daily, but I actually only take 1.25mg since I quit smoking and my heart rate is MUCH lower now. My heart rate is usually around 50 most of the day. ... (13 replies)
Heart Rate
Jun 13, 2005
... and episodes can happen suddenly and disappear just as fast. I have never had a sudden attack like this nor has my heart rate reached anywhere near this high. ... (3 replies)
... The question is about my heart rate. ... (5 replies)
... I am 27 years old Married man. No alcohol, No smoking. No history of Heart diesease. ... (3 replies)
... yes, it is normal for your HR to increase during and after drinking... (6 replies)

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