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Average is a tricky word when called upon to draw medical conclusions. Therefore, some considerations must be applied in analyzing normal childhood...
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A healthy resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute for adults. But the upper end of that range may mean a greater chance of serious...
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The normal resting adult heart beats regularly at an average rate of 60-100 times per minute. How fast the heart beats (heart rate) is governed by...
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Yes, a heart rate of 50 and above is quite normal. Many young people who exercise regularly have a resting heart rate that is often in the fifties...
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The doctors initially diagnosed me with "Undefined Vertiginous or Labyrinthine syndrome" but i dont feel the world moving or me rotating...
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Hi The problem here is, the harder you work the higher you heart rate will be, and as you slow down so will you heart, and this would go along with...
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It's perfectly normal for a person's pulse and blood pressure to rise when they walk or run. This happens because the heart must pump more...
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There may be two reasons:  One reason would be that he is in great shape. Runners tend to have slower heart rates (50-60 bpm), so if he is a...
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Hi The idea with the stent was to open up your artery, as you must have had a problem with it? yes, so now its open your blood now runs as it should...
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Hi So your saying your heart rate is like half of what it should be?Have you got that right?
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Hi. I had a similar experience when i was pregnant with my daughter. I went to the hospital for cramping/lower back pain. They saw the yolk sac but...
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The good old-fashioned exercise treadmill test remains one of the most powerful diagnostic tests we have to assess a person’s cardiovascular risk. A...
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Rather than just listing the causes, here is my approach to investigating a fast heartbeat.First, I would like to know if you have any other symptoms...
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Not sure if you saw a doctor about this, or if the doctor had heard the heart murmur before you started experiencing this. See a...
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It takes whatever time it takes. The fitter you are, the faster it will drop, though it will always take a while to return fully to the resting rate...