What do you do if your heart is a PIECE OF FUCKING SHIT?

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  1. Tard Carnival

    Tard Carnival New Member

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    I've always had solid blood pressure, but always had a high pulse. Even in peak cardio shape in highschool (towards the end of cross country seasons) I'd have a resting rate of 80-90bpm.

    At this point, even an hour and a half after a workout, my heartrate hangs around 120bpm.

    Should I just plan on death at 30 or what? This shit's pissing me off.
     
  2. MaineSucks

    MaineSucks OT Supporter

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    see a doctor.... could try supplementing some CoQ10 and Red Yeast Rice
     
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    michael FLORIDA > *

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    disconnect the nerves from your heart and install a pacemaker
     
  4. C4

    C4 OT OG Aussie #1

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    jesus, resting HR @ 80 is a bit ridiculous
     
  5. cavefish

    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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  6. MaineSucks

    MaineSucks OT Supporter

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    dave tate's resting heart rate 'in his prime' was in the triple digits :rofl:
     
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    You need some serious relaxation time :eek3: I'd say doctor for you.
     
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    cavefish You ain't a crook son, you just a shook one

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  9. C4

    C4 OT OG Aussie #1

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    :eek3:

    jesus, thats like :eek3: :eek3: :eek3: :eek3: :eek3: 24 hours a day :wtc:

    i feel a bit unfit when mine is around 55 resting :hs:
     
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    Tard Carnival New Member

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    No shit. :o

    No doctor has ever even batted an eye about it. :hs:

    Even during my 2 week stint in the hospital, no mention of my heart rate even when it chilled between 70-100bpm the whole time, and tending towards the upper end.

    I don't even think it's a stress thing. :hs:

    During exercise, I still retain a heartrate in my target range quite easily, and never have issues with catching my breath. It just makes no sense. I'm wondering it a high resting heart rate could just go along with the high metabolism I seem to have had my entire life, and all that shit.
     
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    :rofl::rofl: woah
     
  12. y1997

    y1997 Made in the U.S.S.R.

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    Twards the end of season my resting heart rate was well below 40 If I rememeber correctly.
     
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  13. no come down

    no come down ..... and in this place you'll see me OT Supporter

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    i dont know how true this is, but apparently in bruce lee's prime, hes rested heart rate was around 18 BPM
     
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    1 heartbeat every 3 seconds? :ugh:
     
  15. noogles

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    do you get enough sleep?
     
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    no come down ..... and in this place you'll see me OT Supporter

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    ah yeh, i dont know how much truth there is too it, im just paraphrasing what i read on the bruce lee entry on wikipedia
     
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    Tard Carnival New Member

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    7-9 hours every night. Always have. This isn't (shouldn't be) behavioral, as it's been a lifelong deal, but it's only recently started really bugging me.
     
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    damiand Proceed

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    75-80 resting rate here, never really thought about it, whats average?
     
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    see a doctor. there are a lot of harmless little shit that can effect your heartrate. I have a condition called supraventricular tachycardia that makes my heart go crazy when i workout. I take toprol (high blood pressure medicine) and it smooths everything out
     
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    LancerV Something Happened OT Supporter

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    Resting HR of like 65 with bp of 100/60 ussually
     
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    Tard Carnival New Member

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    Well damn, guess I will. I've lived most of my life just ignoring it. I'll probably die a week after diagnosis. :o
     
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    most pulses I've taken are in the 70-76 range. I wouldn't sweat it. I just took mine - it's at 84. It's not supposed to be once a second - below 60 is considered too slow for most people.
     
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    Are you an olympic trained athlete?

    If not, :bsflag:

    I am a nurse and we push atropine on people with heart rates less than 40.
     
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    I believe Bruce Lee could meditate and get a super low heart rate, but not just a normal rest
     
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