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You’re right in that the 220 – age formula to calculate maximum heart rate is outdated and doesn’t hold much merit. This particular formula was...
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I found this information in an article - on the symptoms of heart burn:Many people have different acid reflux-related heartburn triggers, but most...
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Many things can cause an accelerated heart rate, including certain types of nasal sprays. For you, alcohol may be acting as a stimulant, so perhaps...
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I'm sorry to hear your son is going through this. Your best bet is to consult his pediatrician for an examination.A couple of things I'd like...
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absolutely not some one who has a heart rate like that likely has high blood pressure which causes hypertension. Go get a stress test done along with...
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A pulse rate is the number of heartbeats per minute. The resting pulse rate for an average adult is between 50 and 90 beats per minute.
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While the jugular vein does have a weak pulse, you were most likely feeling your CAROTID ARTERY.  There is no way that you can damage your...
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any kind of stress to the body, pain, fever, sickness can elevate the heart rate
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Your heartbeat is triggered by electrical impulses that travel down a special pathway through your heart:The impulse starts in a small bundle of...
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I can't give you a very good answer because I'm not sure what you're basing your analysis on. Did an OB-GYN or nurse-midwife tell you...
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the top number is a little elevated. The normal is 120/80 or close to that. The top number could be higher due to activity, smoking, eating certain...
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Calculate your target heart rate with a formula called the "heart rate reserve" method, recommends Richard Weil, MEd, CDE. Use a watch with a second...
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Yes. A rapid heart rate (tachycardia) and those other symptoms should be medically evaluated.
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it does sometimes... some people report accelerated heart rate after meals.. especially a heavy one 
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I would. I was always told by my sons doctor that a fever over 101 is dangerous.