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... I think you are confusing blood pressure with pulse rate. ... (3 replies)
... As for the blood pressure, I'm not sure. I tested my blood pressure while sitting, then standing. My top number was a bit lower when I stood up, but the bottom number went up. ... (1 replies)
... Occasionally, while running, I'll get a little flutter where my blood pressure drops for just a second. I assume my heart had a weak beat or something. It's rare. ... (2 replies)

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... I'm 22 years old and have been exercising since I was 14. ... (7 replies)
Blood pressure
Nov 10, 2005
... I'm sure this doesn't mean much, but I'm slightly worried. I just went to donate blood, and my blood pressure reading before donating was 122 over 86. Normally I'm 120 over 75 or even lower. My pulse was 72. ... (1 replies)
... low body fat, no family history etc. The only risk is that I am very sedentary and work on computers all day, sometimes not really exercising much at all. But I have been very active for most of my life and the only thing that really stopped me was the fear of this stuff. ... (9 replies)
... o worked under my doctor put me on it. It caused me to cough a lot in the mornings, but that was nothing more than mildly annoying. I became concerned about this blood pressure medicine when sometimes my heart would squish in my chest and my heart would race.... ... (2 replies)
... I was wondering if anyone has heard or has dealt with similar situations. My resting pulse with my blood pressure monitor is around the mid 70's to upper 80's. ... (3 replies)
... medicating herself with aspirin after she lost her health insurance a while ago and refused to see any doctors at various clinics in our area. ... (1 replies)
... increased high blood pressure off and on. ... (8 replies)
... I've taken my Blood Pressure about 30,500 times since 1998. For me, it is more of a body gauge rather than a health issue. I've have charted it, and summarized it and analysed it. ... (9 replies)
... and me not knowing why I thought I needed to really start exercising a lot more. I probably started pushing myself too hard. I am planning on getting back on the bike again soon but I might tone it down a bit this time. ... (9 replies)
... I nearly fainted while sitting at the couch. I was eating a hot dog with my nephew while watching a movie. I initially felt my heart skip and then a huge panic set in and I nearly fainted. ... (3 replies)
... Take those test results to your primary. You have problems but the ER is there for acute problems and an enlarged heart and high blood pressure are chronic problems....not something they treat. They just rule out the acute a heart attack. ... (5 replies)
... fib about 4 years ago, and I have high blood pressure. But in spite of this, I'm in excellent shape for a 52 year old. ... (2 replies)
... existent. If you google 'calcium magnesium PAC" you'll get plenty of info. My blood work never showed a real deficiency in these minerals, but either way, most people use more of the electrolytes especially when exercising a lot. ... (11 replies)
... ain your fitness as you get older, whereas occasional exercise like sports, hiking, biking, swimming etc used to work in the past, I took up regular running when exercising on occasion wasn't enough any more. ... (11 replies)
... My wife and I walk twice per day, 30 minutes per session, listening to blaring music while we traverse our hallway, back and forth. We are seeking to add another 30 minute session when possible. We both love walking. It's great exercise...... ... (8 replies)
... I am an almost 34 years old woman. 3 months ago I gave birth to my second girl. Pregnancy was fine, except for an ocasional increase in blood pressure and some ocasional synus tachicardya during exercise or sleep, detected in a holter monitor. ... (0 replies)

Associated Tags: anemia, cardiomegaly, enlarged heart, exercise, heart, heart disease, palpit, palpitation, pfo, post-partum, shortness of breath, stress

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