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... 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)
... yes, it is normal for your HR to increase during and after drinking... (6 replies)
... but isnt it normal that ur heart rate increases after drinking? ... (6 replies)

... It's a known fact that alcohol increases your heart rate. ... (1 replies)
PVCs and alcohol
Mar 29, 2016
... Any drug which increases your heart rate on top of having PVC's can't be good for you. ... (1 replies)
... Im 21 so alcohol was a regular thing for me . ... (7 replies)
... I find the alcohol increases my heart rate but it depends what i am drinking. ... (7 replies)
... Physical exam. An S4 gallop may be present during an episode. The patient may be dyspneic, diaphoretic, or have a new heart murmur. ... (1 replies)
... I take ventolin and becotide for asthama, but they don't seem to affect my heart rate. ... (2 replies)
... heavy palpitation at night..body pulsates to heart beat. ... (8 replies)
... It might also be your age and muscular conditioning. I was much more able to cope, or contend, with my heart failure until I hit around age 59, and then the roof caved in. ... (9 replies)
... requires increased oxygen to the digestive system. That reduces the amount available to other systems and increases overall heart rate. That is why people make jest of the prototypical MI's following eating Christmas dinner with alcohol and then shovelling snow... ... (2 replies)
Anyone have PSVT?
Dec 16, 2003
... Funny you should mention the adrenal gland...when my heart did that racing thing, I felt like I just had a big surge of adrenalin.I felt like I could have run a marathon just to keep up with my heart. ... (10 replies)

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