i sometimes get this intense cramp in my shoulder/neck area, that makes me cringe. its hard to explain, but its the worst feeling ever. i also have pain on the left side of my neck, and sometimes on ...
Everytime I stand up from a seated postion or sit up from a lying postion I get dizzy and my blood pressure drops. I went to a cardiologist who put a 24 hour halter monitor on me and it showed when I ...
A heart rate of anywhere from 60-100 beats per minute is normal for an "average" adult. For a well-conditioned athlete, heart rates in the 50s or even 40s can be considered normal.
Sounds a bit high but if you're stressed it will be high. Exercise can help lower your resting heart rate.
A tad high, but pretty good. Mine was 100+ during a panic attack and they said it was a little high, so with 86 I wouldn't worry.
normal resting heart rate for an adult is 60-100 beats per minute, also if u get nervous when u go to the doctor this can cause the heart rate to rise, and this depends on your age because the younger u are the faster your heart rate will be, if u are concerned u are eating to much sugar u can cut back some and see how u do, i hope this helps
It really isn't good or bad. The fact is many things go into determining your heart rate. Your heart rate tends to higher near the end of the day vs the beginning due to stress, excersise, and digestion. Also you heart rate may go up of you are battling a illness even a small one you don't even feel. Your heart can also get high if your nervous like most people are at a hospital. The most accurate measurement of a resting heart rate is probably right after you wake up.
That being said if you think you are eating too much sugars, you probably are eating way too much. Cutting back up sweets is never a bad thing.
Pulse 86/minute is excellent, now be a good girl, stop eating too much sugar, not good for whole body OK.