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 my heart has been beating too fast and am i too skinny? any help?
hey every once in awhile my heart feels like it has to beat super hard and alot just for me to breath...
i'm nineteen and weigh 96lbs. and i'm 5'2...which is okay (i think)
i ...


 Whats your normal BPM?
Mines usually 96bpm. And sometimes skips a few beats....


 Has anyone had similiar symptoms to my Dad?
My Dad was at xmas taken into hosp with double pnuemonia. He was let out after just 3 days and given antibiotics. He is a heavy smoker. He is still far from well. He has gone bk to GP and been given I...


 MY PUPPY HAS A HEART MURMUR, WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN? WHAT SHOULD I EXPECT?
PUPPY-HEART MURMUR...


 What are the risks with high cholesterol?
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 what if my blood pressure is 120/90? is it high or low?
Im 16 and i have this blood pressure....


 Sometimes I have sharp pains in my chest not sure if it's my heart. Is it something I should be worried about?
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 is it safe to smoke pot if i am currently being diagnosed for a heart condition?
hey, i am 18 and i was wondering if it is safe for me to smoke pot when i am currently being diagnosed and im waiting for my test results which will be in september and i get pains everyday which ...


 Blood Pressure Issues?
Hey all,

Yesterday my face went red and I felt dizzy so I decided to check my Blood Pressure. I checked it 3 times throughout the day and I got the following results:

123/62 ...


 Will Heart Surgery help my dad?
My father was told by his doctor he has a bad heart valve, and for him to feel better he should do heart surgery, and replace the bad valve with a ?pig or frog valve? not sure, but his main problem ...


 High blood pressure symptoms?
What are the usual signs before going to a G.P for testing?...


 Chest pain related to a heart attack?
I was watching TV and suddenly got a dull pain in the middle of my chest between my breasts, maybe slightly more on the left. The pain was on for about 30 seconds and then gradually subsided, but ...


 how do i get my cholesterol down?
how do i get my cholesterol down?? how do i know what is too much?...


 16 year olds head and heart,..?
I'm 16 years old, 5'7 and 125 pounds.
I could just be sitting and there my heart will be beating so hard and fast that it will make me feel sick.
and ill get intense heart pains ...


 Is it normal to have a fast heart beat?
when your sick with a cold or sinus infection and does not slow down even with beta blockers?
Additional Details
I don't have high bp and my heart rate is at about 126...


 best exercise for someone with angina...my hubby not me!Doctor has told him okay to do it the exercise that is
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 My Mom needs PLavix , can't afford,who can help?
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 severe heart problem..HELP!!! PLEASE!!?
My boyfriend is 17 and he keeps getting severe heart pains. He was born with a hole in his heat. Usually when his heart hurts he turns bright red, its hard for him to breath, he blacks out a lot, and ...


 What is open heart surgery like?
I am 15 years old and was recently told i have a leaky heart valve, i am a smoker [sadly] and my mother always tells me that if i keep its up i will end up having to have open heart surgery. I am ...


 Patient has possible heart attack symptoms - what tests are done in the ER & how long do they take for result?
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Yadira G
Is this a High Blood Pressure?
Today i was working out and the machine read my blood pressure at 182, is this bad? When i started my blood pressure read at 52 and in such a short time it went up to 182. Am I Ok?
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Im sorry correction, it was my heart rate. not blood pressure. Is this normal?
                      









jonah
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Whoa! You better check into a hospital. Anything over 175 is deadly!


Nurse For 20 Years
A blood pressure reading is two numbers, one over the other, not just one. It sounds like you're talking about your heart rate.
It you are talking about heart rate, then 182 after doing strong aerobic exercise is perfectly normal, as long as it recovers in a decent amount of time.


Juy D
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Yoga asanas are very effective in treating high blood pressure. Uttanasana and Adhomukha Svanasana helps in reducing blood pressure. yoginfo.com


aziz
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182 is high bp, but 52 one may be unconscious.


Franko
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If you are talking about a single number it is probably your pulse. A pulse of 182 after strenuous exercise is normal. Blood pressure will go up too, but you need to check all three prior to exercise to figure out if you have a problem. Your blood pressure consist of systolic and diastolic pressure readings and will look something like this. 120/71 and pulse of 60. Check yours out prior to exercise and then again after exercise and then if in question just post the question or check with your physician. Do not trust people on the internet that say they are a physician because I can tell you I am not a physician and some of the advice I have seen on the internet tells me the people stating they are a physician I definitely would not go to for advice. Be careful and always consult your local physician or medical facility if in need of immediate medical advice or check up.


Autum R
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If you are working out and your heart rate raises over 160 I suggest slowing down and taking it easier. I would not worry too much however. When you work out your heart needs to beat faster to supply your body with the oxygen it needs. Ask your family physician next time you see him or her if you should be overly concerned as I do not know your medical history.


gangadharan nair
Target heart rate = (210--age) x 0.85 = Maximum normal pulse rate during exercise. If your target heart rate is exceeded, it means you have some heart problems. (cardiac arrhythmia)
Note: 220 is a fixed value for males and 210 for females.


Anna
As a general guide, maximum heart rate is roughly 220 minus your age, therefore if you're 20 then 220 - 20 = maximum heart rate of 200.

So when you're working out, 182 is probably fine, and recovering to a heart rate of 52 is also a normal rate (usually 60-100 is normal "resting heart rate" but some people, particularly athletes, have lower rates such as 50 or less).

So everything sounds healthy for you :)


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