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Low heart rate?

Posted by @jadillow, Wed, Feb 13 7:58am

Hey guys. I have posted in a few groups on various issues and would like to say I am very thankful for a community that listens and offered insight.

Anxiety, so they say, has landed me in er and cities many times. Fearing the classic heart attack symptoms hasn’t led me to have numerous ekgs, stress and eco with them all saying they would be shocked if it’s my heart. Question I have is I used to be active lifting weights and training f martial arts for 10 years. Lifting for about 15. I have been very bad with me eating and have did no exercise rcise in a good 6 months.

Lately I have been noticing my resting heart rate most time is between 53-59. I have heard that is good in athletic type. I’m wondering if his could be an issue or is it that way possibly due to my years of being active. Anyone have any expierence or ideas on this? Thanks in advance

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Hi. Don't worry to much. Your heart rate is not terribly low. Fit athletes can have lower rates. If your rate is 30-40s I would seek medical attention. Do you have any symptoms like more fatigue or light headedness

I mean I have fatigue but I think that’s just my lifestyle. Busy work and family life. Sleep about 5-6 hours a night so I get it. Lol.

Anyone else have or been diagnosed with bradycardia and should I be worried about my rating rate being 55-59?

@jadillow

Anyone else have or been diagnosed with bradycardia and should I be worried about my rating rate being 55-59?

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@jadillow I hope you are seeing a Dr. about this .A slow heart beat can be of concern if your not seeing a Dr. I think a Cardiologist would be one to see let me know how your doing

@lioness

@jadillow I hope you are seeing a Dr. about this .A slow heart beat can be of concern if your not seeing a Dr. I think a Cardiologist would be one to see let me know how your doing

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Doctors seems to not be concerned with this

@jadillow Just take it day by day then I guess but if you feel something strange go to Dr. or E.R.

I have CHF and a resting heartbeat in the 40s. Doesn't effect me and my Drs. aren't concerned.

@2752

I have CHF and a resting heartbeat in the 40s. Doesn't effect me and my Drs. aren't concerned.

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Thanks. How did you they diagnose your CHF?

@jadillow

Thanks. How did you they diagnose your CHF?

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Through testing because I was getting short of breath & other symptoms. I also have afib.but after valve replacement 9 yrs ago doing fine.

@2752

Through testing because I was getting short of breath & other symptoms. I also have afib.but after valve replacement 9 yrs ago doing fine.

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I don’t have any shortness of breath and only result chest issues I have is near the normal
Heart area on left side but seems to be a small dull ache/burn that I assume is GERD and gas. So you think the low heart rate is not an issue?

@jadillow

I don’t have any shortness of breath and only result chest issues I have is near the normal
Heart area on left side but seems to be a small dull ache/burn that I assume is GERD and gas. So you think the low heart rate is not an issue?

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I really can't say but check with ur Dr. It probably isn't.

Does anyone know what bradycardia chest pains feel like?

Hello all. Just wondering if it’s normal for heart rate to be lower when getting tired. Mine stays around 50

Mine is in the 50s when resting and even dips in the 40s when I'm sleeping. That was recorded on a heart monitor. I am typically very active though so I guess this is normal.

@thomola

Mine is in the 50s when resting and even dips in the 40s when I'm sleeping. That was recorded on a heart monitor. I am typically very active though so I guess this is normal.

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I worked out for many years and trained martial arts but really haven’t did anything in about six months? Is it possible to be from that ?

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