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... 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)
... The same thing happens to me when I drink. I take meds to slow my heart anyway and will still notice it racing when I drink and my bp can get pretty scary. My doc tells me that alcohol is toxic for my heart condition. ... (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)
... 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)
... 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)
... Does anyone else out there experience an elevated heart rate as a result of even moderate alcohol intake? ... (11 replies)
... Prior to this about 6 months, I had a full cardio work up because on a holter monitor it showed my heart rate getting down to 35 when sleeping. ... (0 replies)
... That is heart related and it would show up on an EKG. It can also be detected with a stethoscope but an EKG is better. It feels like a skipped beat or an extra beat. ... (1 replies)
... my chest felt like I had a race car racing around inside my chest. I ignored it for a while, then finally I got up and checked my bp because it also checks my heart rate, it was 148 resting. I about had a cow. My husband took me to the ER, it was late at night or I would have just went to the doctor, the ER cost a lot. ... (4 replies)
... You are on medication to slow your heart rate, alcohol will increase your heart rate. ... (1 replies)
... I have a question about alcohol, but first of all, when my anxiety was at its worse, I started to get fast heart rates so I went to my doctor with this and I had some ECG tests done. ... (3 replies)
Heart palpitations
Jul 16, 2007
... Last year after a long night of beer drinking, I woke up, and my heart was racing at a speed faster than it would playing a contact sport. I went to try to take a shower, but I was so faint that I could barely stand up. ... (3 replies)
... I had an enlarged heart and a dx of CHF 3 years ago. A recent echo showed a normal heart size and a normal EF, but mitral valve regurgitation. ... (10 replies)
... I also have tachycardia and take a beta blocker and anxiety med daily. I can no longer drink. Even if I have a large glass of wine my heart will speed up considerably and PVCs will increase. ... (13 replies)
... e that too! I am 20 years old. They told me it is called paroxysmal atrial tachycardia and is rarely dangerous, just scary and annoying. My triggers are calcium, alcohol and excessive heat. ... (3 replies)


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