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... I'm very out of shape, but my heart rate is EXACTLY like yours when walking up stairs or bringing in heavy objects. My heart rate sky rockets when I jog for 1 min, or power walk out side. ... (2 replies)
... My resting heart rate is in the high 90's to lower 100's and it speeds up to 130 just by walking around. ... (2 replies)
... He recommended any kind of relaxation techniques, such as meditation, Yoga, etc and of course exercise. He also prescribed deralin to slow down my heart in case I feel it raises too much and it annoys me. I decided not to take it to avoid dangerous side effects. ... (8 replies)

... en know what I have. I really hope it is just stress combined with a virus, but I think I was not clear about my symptoms. It was before the virus that I got my heart beating around 188 just after one minute climbing stairs and my friend told me to check it. ... (21 replies)
... That's what my post was alluding to, but even though I have NCS and POTS I don't like going around suggesting that everyone else with elevated heart rates has it too. To be honest, that your heart rate does return to normal, when standing, sort of suggests that may not be what you have. ... (21 replies)
... sampoo, when you are sick your body does many things to compensate, its not a good time to try and figure out what your heart is doing. Check again when your good and over your virus and then see what happens. Fever or not, you can have a higher heart rate purely from the virus. ... (21 replies)
... But many times I measure my heart rate while siting and it ranges from 60 to 84. Yesterday almost all the times I measured it was around 72. How come my heart beats faster when I am laying than when I am sitting? ... (21 replies)
... If you do have that jump from a normal heart rate to one that is double or over 100bpm you should ask your doctor for something called a tilt table test. ... (21 replies)
... I am a 32 year old woman, skiny. I think I was on my best fitness, at age 30, just before getting pregnant. My exercises before pregnancy included also climbing 3 times a day 7 floors in stairs during my work day. ... (21 replies)
... I am a 32 year old woman, skiny. I think I was on my best fitness, at age 30, just before getting pregnant. My exercises before pregnancy included also climbing 3 times a day 7 floors in stairs during my work day. ... (1 replies)
... Well here is two things to throw at you to think about. There is a condition out there called autonomic dysfunction. It can cause rapid heart rates with things such as standing. Essentially it is a dysfunction that happens with hormones causing changes in how the body reacts. ... (3 replies)
... Hi I will share the fact that several other people on these health boards have a history of working in the gymn and heart valve prolapse. ... (2 replies)
... Anyway, I went to the pharmacy and checked my bp and heart rate. My bp was a little high, which is normal for me after I've been walking, even if I'm not walking that fast. ... (4 replies)
... t may break down to anxiety. Let me explain. A few months back I had an episode at the gym where I had Tachy for 10 minutes. I became completely obsessed with my heart and my pulse rate. The odd thing is the more I concentrated on it, and the more I worried, the higher it would get. ... (8 replies)
... Hi. Just an update as so many people looked at this thread. I did an echocardiogram and found I have a PFO (Patent Foramen Ovale), which is a small hole between the atrial chambers of my heart. This is usually a benign condition but it may explain my shortness of breath with little effort and maybe the rapid heart beat (this I am not sure yet). I will talk to my... (21 replies)
... Is there anything that can be done? will this eventually go away on its own? (21 replies)
... e exact same symptoms that you have...and i got all of them a year after my second baby was born...i think it has something to do with the vagus nerve...it seems when my vagus nerve is irritated...i get symptoms of POTS...and it's a lot worse before my period... ... (21 replies)
... Just wanted to upadte you about my results. The only thing they found is that I have low iron. My doc thinks I don't have any heart problem. His opinion is that all I've been feeling is a combination of low iron, virus and stress. I guess he is right. ... (21 replies)
... I also read about your suggestions and Mitral Valve Prolapse seems a possible diagnosys. In this case, it is a heart problem, but most people who have it can leave normal lifes. The exams I did in the hospital would not point it. I would have to do an echocardiography. ... (21 replies)
... For some reason my message was changed. I included links to 2 possible diagnosis for my symptoms, which may cause tachycardia but are not problems in the heart itself. ... (21 replies)


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