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Heart rates that are consistently aboveeven when the patient is sitting quietly, can sometimes be caused by an abnormal heart rhythm. A high heart rate can also mean the Horny bitchies around west Missoula area muscle is weakened by a virus or some other problem that forces it to beat more often to pump enough blood to the rest of the body.
Usually, though, a high heart beat is not due to heart disease, because a wide variety of noncardiac factors can speed the heart rate.
These include fever, a low red blood cell count anemiaan overactive thyroid, or overuse of caffeine or stimulants like some over-the-counter decongestants.
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It may help if you learn how to take your pulse, and keep a diary. Rather, it comes from the sinus node, a thumbnail-sized structure in the upper right chamber of the heart. This structure controls the heart rate and is called the heart's natural pacemaker. The sinus node als the heart to speed up during exercise Sex porno hamburg in situations that are stressful, frightening or exciting.
For example, a to minute brisk walk Hot guy in blk hoodie elevates the heart rate to to beats per minute.
Also, the sinus node increases the heart rate when the body is stressed because of illness.
In all of these circumstances, the heart rate increase is a normal response. Likewise, the sinus node als the heart to slow down during rest or relaxation.
We see patients who are concerned because their heart rate stays elevated in the range of to beats per minute. Almost always, there is a medical reason Vincentown NJ cheating wives the sinus node keeps aling for the faster rate. Possibilities include anemia, an underlying infection, elevated thyroid hormone, or reaction to medication.
Addressing those conditions would likely bring the heart rate back to a normal rate. Other factors may be involved, too, such as overdoing caffeine.
For example, I saw one patient who was eating several chocolate bars a day. The caffeine in the chocolate was elevating her heart rate.
Rarely, the sinus node can jump-start the heart rate with no apparent cause — no stress, illness or high activity level. This is termed inappropriate sinus tachycardia.
About half of the time, this phenomenon occurs after recovery from a serious illness, usually a viral illness. And most often, those affected are women in their 20s and 30s.
Inappropriate sinus tachycardia doesn't cause heart damage, though patients may feel uncomfortable with the elevated heart rate.