Question by tal: God has given us X amount of heart beats in our life why do people try and use them up before their time?
I have noticed at gym many members especialy the middle aged run on the tredmill, cycle as well as spinning with the result of being exausted and out of breath . Now I was told by a doctor you only have a certain amount of heart beats in your life dont use them up before that time. Those people that do their sport in moderation eat healthy food in most cases live longer than those who over stain their heart. What do you think So many young spotsman just drop dead……….
Suggestion by Micks578
i cant believe you believe this. your doctor is a moron by the way. would you give up doing things in life to prolong your heartbeats just to live longer? isnt that counterproductive to what life is about? you’re going to die anyway, do what you like, enjoy what’s out there to enjoy. i mean come on, if god really had the “x” amount of heartbeats thing down, why do some people get selected to be run over by cars? they may have had a few million beats left to go. listen, before you assume people die because they run out of heartbeats, do some research on WHY people died rather than, they ran 10 marathons and they used up their heartbeats. dont watch too many horror movies, u may exert your heart rate too high and die before your time.
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Question by Claire: High resting heart beat as an athlete?
My resting heart rate is 66. I am 15 years old, 5’1″ and 109 lbs. Is this a healthy heart rate for my age? I have exercise-induced asthma, yet I was on JV soccer as a freshman, plan on making Varsity this fall, and have been playing soccer all my life. A lot of my friends that play have heart rates of about 54-60. Is there any foods/exercises I can do that will make my heart rate go down and be more healthy for my heart??
I run a lot, yet my heart rate is still high like this. Could it also be a result of stress? Or do I eat too much red meat? I have a lot of stress with my stepmother. lol
Suggestion by channel
yes most non athleltic healthyish people are about 70 so your good
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Question by CG: My heart suddenly starts to beat faster but then it goes back to normal with no more symptoms?
I know I have to go to the doctor but I’m kinda sacared and don’t want to wait to get to him to have at least an idea of what’s happening. I don’t eat a lot of greasy foods since I don’t go to fastfoods or eat any red meat but I do eat a lot sweet foods. I am a bit overweight but not obese; it’s like 15 pounds overweight and I’m 17 years old. I don’t excercise much but I am not completely sedentary since I dance but just for a few monts; september-november and january-april. My grandmother did suffer from taquichardies but I don’t know of anyone else suffering from any other heart disease in my family. I am a completely healthy person who has never suffered from anything and doesn’t get sick often. What happens is it beats fast for like 2 seconds and then it goes back to normal; I don’t feel dizzy or with blurred sight or any other symptom except for the beating of my heart in my chest, which is really uncomfortable.
Suggestion by Lynn E
While you really do need to see a doctor, there are a couple of things it could be caused by. Low potassium and/or magnesium. Too much caffeine. Take a couple of deep breaths when it happens because it will almost always cause a moment of panic and that can make things worse.
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