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My son (15) is just being diagnosed. I was just curious about what other people's resting heart rates are (before meds if you know)? I noticed his is around 100 when he just wakes up in bed or is just sitting for a while. Just last summer early fall it was in the low 80's and 60's when he was just waking up.

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mine can generally sit around the 100 mark even if im resting in bed. If things are going ok and im not moving about at all i can get it as low as 70 but most of the time it races away. Beta blockers have helped me but ive had to come off them while i have some allergies investigated (beta blockers increase your chances of having allergic reactions).x

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On a good day, my resting is about 85-100. I bounce around from second to second, though, and even talking bumps it up a bit. I was told it's a high resting rate, but I've never known it to be any different. My lowest documented was 68, while I was sleeping, but it always climbs as soon as I wake up.

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Hi.... mine is usually 91-105 around the clock (which is while laying)... upon sitting, standing, taking shower or walking to the car (which is maybe once a week).... i gets to 140-160..... very rarely is it under 91, rarely, even waking up from sleep, even laying 72hrs straight with adequate sleep.... resting rate is still 91-105

hilbiligrl

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happy holidays all!

my resting heart rate supine: mid/high 40's-- runs lower early morning & late evening.

HR drops when i am still or very relaxed. stairs, arms overhead or outstretched, washing face, brushing teeth

all cause HR to spike: 130's--160's. the tachy has a rapid onset/offset...

cheers!

cordelia

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My at rest heart rate is around 100-120 without meds, with my beta blocker I am sitting between 70-90. But the beta blocker tends to crash my bp, so it is a very delicate balancing act! Standing w/ meds: 100-130, w/o meds: 120-160.

Sandy

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Some of you with resting heart rates in the 30s and 40s...have you been checked for bradycardia or other heart issues? When mine was in the 30s, I had cardiomyopathy and bradycardia and got a pacemaker. It has really helped with my energy (although it's still too low) and my heart issues.

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My resting HR, now and before diagnosis, is anywhere between 45-65 bpm. Any change of position makes an almost instant spike in my HR. I am restricted to taking my BB only once I get out of bed, and never past noon because I have nocturnal bradycardia (low 40s.) No cardiologist has ever expressed concern or done any further investigation.

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