Causes Of High Pulse?
sya girl 25th, the pulse is always high (not normal) during a health test, ever said arrhythmia, but the heart doctor said because of lack of exercise. After a routine exercise, when the doctor’s check pulse is still high, but if check at home is normal. Why does my pulse always go up every doctor’s check huh? Does your heart flutter at the hospital because of anxiety?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Increased heart rate can occur due to various things apart from problems with the heart itself, which can be because the person has just been exercising or doing activities, can be because he has just consumed coffee, can be because of cigarettes, can be because he lacks sleep, can be a result of stomach acid disease , lack of blood, disruption in the lungs, or because of anxiety, tension, nervousness, fear, stress and such.
In your case, because you have been checked by a cardiologist directly and there is no record of certain diseases, this is likely because it has something to do with your psychic, especially if you state that the pulse always goes up every time a doctor checks it. This will be further strengthened if you have never had a pulse that is more than normal in number outside the doctor's examination. This is indeed possible, because there are some people whose blood pressure rises above normal only when examined by a doctor.
If this is the case then you don't need to worry, because this condition is temporary and when you are no longer examined, your heart will return to beating at a normal rate. The explanation may be because you have had a bad experience when examined with a doctor, regardless of whether you are able to remember or not. However, if the heart rate is also high outside the doctor's examination, it means that it has nothing to do with the doctor's examination and as such, consult your problem with an internist in order to find out the best possible treatment.
Meanwhile, live a healthy lifestyle by avoiding cigarettes, maintain ideal body weight, regular exercise, and avoid staying up late. So, hopefully answering your question.