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What Is Your Resting Heart Rate?

what is ypur resting heart rate?  

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Usually 60-65bpm laying, about 70bpm sitting, and when I lay down for bed, it goes down to about 40bpm. Standing is anywhere from 95-125, depending on the day. Today I was in the heat for an hour with my kids outside, so I was up to 135 when I stood, for a few hours after being home.

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Why am I such a pots weirdo? My resting (laying down) is 70, sitting its 85-90 and standing its 95 -105. When my heart rate dips down to 60-70 I feel like crap :(

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Why am I such a pots weirdo? My resting (laying down) is 70, sitting its 85-90 and standing its 95 -105. When my heart rate dips down to 60-70 I feel like crap :(

Your not! Mine is exactly the same. Sitting-upper 70's laying- lower 70's standing 90-110. I also feel horrible If it goes beneath 70, like I'm gonna pass out.

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my resting heart rate is usually beween 100 and 110 ish but it does sometimes drop into the 40's, often after a severe bout of tachycardia (over 160bpm). we assume that my body tries to lower it and gets it a bit wrong :lol:

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It really depends for me. Usually, it's anywhere from 60 to 80, but when I was at mayo and stressed, the lowest I could ever get it was 96, that was during my ttt. The highest my resting hr got was 135 right before my exercise test. They put a belt on me in case they needed to drag me off the bike. When I met the first internist, who gave me "a poor man's ttt" it was 100 bpm. I just kept telling them all "I'm stressed so my heart rate is up much more than normal."

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Mine can go down to 40's at times but mostly mid 50's

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Mine is also mid-low 50s, though I always have several incidences of 40s on my Holter monitors, especially at night. When it's in the 30s at night I wake up coughing, trying to speed it up. I go from 55 supine to 135 standing on tilt. With the beta blockers my resting is same but standing is only 90s.

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Mine on average 70 I would say - unless I feel more unwell in which case it is 80 - 90 or more. This all on my bed. Standing it is 120 - 200 +

When on beta blockers my heart rate was in 50's on the bed and about 120 standing. My blood pressure was just too low to function though.

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Guest headhunter030

I am in the 50's....This thread is crazy, I thought I was the only one---I thought POTS people always had high resting? I do take BB's

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Lol mcblonde that's so funny because I was reading this laying in bed with a spontaneous attack of resting hr at 125 and pounding so hard my teeth are knocking together thinking the exact same thing! Stupid pots.

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Since being on a beta blocker, my resting h/r is low 50's to sometimes 40's. A few times on cardionet, I was captured at 27. And to think that two years ago my resting was above 100. Been lowering the beta (acebutolol) to every other day at the smallest dose, but heart rate stays the same. It did come back up when I went three days without out and worked out.Got to 103. But the beta blocker does help with the surges.

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Mine is in the high 30's to mid 40's with a pulse pressure of between 60-80, and then standing goes to 130-180 with a pulse pressure between 30-10.

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Guest mattgreen

Resting was in 30's when tested, that was before I was really symptomatic. During the day mid/late 40's. Triples on standing

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Wish there was an option for ' all over the place' lol. My resting pulse can be anywhere from the 50s to the 90s in the same day. This is probably because it's constantly trying to correct my blood pressure, which is also all over the place. When my bp gets too low, it tries to speed things up, hence the higher heart rate. Then once my bp chills out, it goes back down, sometimes too far down. My body constantly feels like it's on a roller coaster :rolleyes:

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