Rasknr
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Rasknr, September 18,  2020  4:59pm EST

Puls rate while Exercising

Hai; I am 54; living in GCC; I had NSTEMI, S/P PCI-LAD(2012) and PCI TO Distal LCX (2020)

While I doing workouts (mostly cycling and walking 50-70 minutes daily )my pulse rate going between 69 to 146; is it any problems or I need to reduce  my workouts time?, pls advise some time I am feeling little uncomfortable 

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  • AHAASAKatie
    AHAASAKatie, September 22,  2020  9:36am EST

    Good morning,  I can imagine this must be very frustrating for you, however, questions this specific should be put to your cardiac care team. Once you have a clear understanding of how much, hard, and types of exercise you should be doing, we have some great fitness resources you can use. Please let us know what your doctor says and how you are feeling. Best Katie

  • Rasknr
    Rasknr, September 23,  2020  2:22am EST

    Thank you Katie for your advice, my doctor said 40-50 mnt exercise and 

    Puls rate up to 150 if not noticing any pain or unconformable, it is not problem. - Rasheed

  • AHAASAKatie
    AHAASAKatie, September 23,  2020  9:09am EST

    Great news! thank you. Katie

  • Monica1996
    Monica1996, March 19,  2021  1:39am EST

    Actually, resting heart rate is probably an indicator of other heart risk factors.  As your heart starts to fail, your heart rate goes up for sure.  To live better, check your resting heart rate a few times per week and at different times of the day. Talk with your doctor if your resting heart rate is regularly on the high end.Wellue’s healthcare device helps you check and record your heart rate every day at home.https://getwellue.com/pages/o2ring-oxygen-monitor
    Also, you may need Wear an exercise device to keep you in your target heart rate zones, get  a view with the strap-free HR&ECG monitor:https://getwellue.com/pages/visualbeat-heart-rate-monitor

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