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Your typical heart rate (pulse)

Discussion in 'Autonomic, Cardiovascular, and Respiratory' started by cigana, Jun 1, 2013.

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What is your typical pulse (beats per minute)?

  1. average (around 72)

    6.8%
  2. sometimes high, sometimes low

    13.6%
  3. low (60-65)

    27.3%
  4. high (75-80)

    18.2%
  5. very low (less than 60)

    25.0%
  6. very high (more than 80)

    27.3%
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  1. L'engle

    L'engle moogle

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    My HR feels 10-20 too high even just sitting up at home. It feels like my heart's working too hard on bad days.
     
  2. SOC

    SOC

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    I had borderline low BP most of my adult life, including the early years of ME/CFS. Then somewhere in the past few years my BP started creeping up to high normal. This is about the same time the tachy started giving me real problems. I don't know if this is a progression of the illness thing, a result of clearing up 5 chronic infections, deconditioning from not being to be active when ill... or something else entirely. Struck me as odd, though, that I went from being lowish BP to highish BP over the course of this illness.
     

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