Heart Rate Rapidly Increases When Doing Sports?
My doctor is a mother of 4 children aged 35 years I love to do activities such as sports or work but my heart rate quickly rises if I do a little activity at least I understand each sport can increase to 200 in a short count and also when walking a little fast immediately increases There are 100 more tips for fixing it because I really like sports and this is a little annoying?
Thank you for the question.
Normally, the heartbeat of a healthy adult is around 60 to 100 times per minute. Is your heart rate higher than that?
If yes, that means you have tachycardia. Tachycardia can occur normally when you are on a heavy activity, including exercising. It could also be, tachycardia is considered normal if it occurs when you are experiencing certain psychological stresses, for example when afraid, anxious, or excessive panic.
Tachycardia should be watched out if it also occurs at rest without a clear trigger, especially to cause shortness of breath, dizziness, palpitations, chest pain, or decreased consciousness. If this is the condition you are experiencing, then the possible cause could be due to heart attacks, congenital heart problems, anemia, hypertension, hypotension, smoking, certain viral or bacterial infections, alcoholism, excessive consumption of caffeine, side effects of drugs (including drugs, such as cocaine ), hyperthyroidism, impaired electrolyte balance (especially sodium, potassium, and calcium), and so on.
Safer, check yourself directly to the doctor or doctor of internal medicine. Further physical examination, electrocardiography, echocardiography, stress tests, x-rays, laboratory tests, ultrasound, or other supporting tests can be done by a doctor so that the cause of your complaint can be properly identified and given appropriate treatment.
In the meantime, what needs to be done is:
Keep exercising diligently, especially sports to improve heart work, such as static cycling, jogging, jumping rope, swimming
Maintain your ideal body weight
Stay away from alcohol, caffeine, cigarettes, and do not carelessly take drugs, especially drugs
Control your stress and emotions well
Live a healthy diet, enrich vegetables and fruit, limit salt, flavorings, fatty foods, and foods that contain high cholesterol
Hope this helps ...