It went from 108 to 98. I dont what i did or what i ate to make go back to normal.
Glad to hear it, but 98 is a very high normal, I think “normal” maxes out at 100.
Yea but 10 points thats big difference to me. Its still normal so im happy.
@oe1489 your lucky to have a good heart rate// mine is always around 125 or higher…
WOW! I’d be freaking out if my heart rate was that high.
I took mine yesterday and it was 67
Lol my heart sucks, im on High blood pressure pills, but my bp is normal and HR is normal now. So im relieved.
I am on a tiny does metropolo 75mg 2xs a day it doesn’t help me at all with blood pressure it about 135/110 or higher most days… SO trust me I understand.
Bro my heart has over 100 for a while. Im been scared since now it when down below 100 im very relieved even its close to max.
I know its scary. I exercise everyday, and eat healthier if didnt i would probably die with a heart attack by now. No joke.
I have found best way to deal with it is an hour or two naps thru day time, and full night sleep. and sadly very little activity to increase heart rate / blood pressure, also less caffeine , more vegetables… I however am a meat eater so I only eat meats.
okay i see, do you know if vitamin E lowers heart rate.
nope I don’t touch Vitamin E it raises pressure. I try taking small dose’s of Vitamin C and light herbal teas " Caffeine free ones"
Really i dont know that. It says online it removes free radicals from arteries so it damage them.
here is proof for Diabetic type 2 also does same in normal patient I will post that link as well if you like ?
it says it beneficial for diabetic patients and people cardiovascular problems?
Sorry posted wrong one…
these are better for pressure and high heart rates
Thanks man for the articles i will look at them. I just want to lower my heartrate my bp is fine.
A stronger heart usually beats slower. One way to strengthen your heart muscle is through exercise. Swimming is good for that, but exercise is a long term solution, it could take months before you notice any major difference.
Short term probably meds and supplements.
This from the goverment for supplements. It last updated this year, March. Looks like Vitamin E plays a very important role in the body.
Vitamin E - Health Professional Fact Sheet (nih.gov)