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My heart beat is around 50 BPM and I am feeling very lightheaded when I get up and down or walking around it is starting to make me feel nausea

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I'm not a doctor, nor am I providing medical advice, but you have seriously low blood pressure. I would recommend seeing a doctor as soon as possible. You may also be dehydrated according to this website:

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What are some mind-blowing facts about exercise, fitness and working out?

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My heart rate is 50 is that too slow

*I am not a doctor. If you are concerned, please see your doctor* Normal adult heart rate is considered 60-100 beats per minute (BPM). Athletes, especially those that are in an endurance sport, often have a lower heart rate because their bodies are in very good condition, and their hearts work very efficiently. Sometimes they can have a heart rate as low as 40 bpm. If you have been doing a lot of cardio for a long time, your heart rate may be low (good thing). If you are only going off of your monitor, I would double check it by counting feeling and counting your pulse for one full minute, and compare that number to your monitor, just to make sure it is accurate.

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Is intergestion a sign of heart condition

A feeling of indigestion is one symptom of a heart attack. I don't mean to scare you, but if you are now experiencing any of the following along with it, call paramedics or go to the emergency room as soon as possible for a check
- nausea
- pain in the chest radiating up the neck or down an arm
- tightness in the chest
- shortness of breath
- cold sweat
- dizziness, light-headedness

In whatever case go see your doctor to make sure it isn't serious.

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I have at the moment a very high heart rate and I am very tired, just want to sleep all the time ? Can you please help me ?

fixya site is not a medical forum
with this condition you should have been talking with a doctor or a heart specialist 2 weeks ago

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Side affects of high potassium

You could feel fatigue, weakness, numbness/tingling, nausea and vomiting, breathing problems, chest pain, and if it's really bad, heart palpitations.

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I have chest pains in the right side of my chest. which vary in intensity, my shoulder and neck are affected to a lesser degree.

Pleuritis. Also known as pleurisy, this condition is an inflammation or irritation of the lining of the lungs and chest. You likely feel a sharp pain when you breathe, cough, or sneeze. The most common causes of pleuritic chest pain are bacterial or viral infections, pulmonary embolism, and pneumothorax.11 Sep 2016

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Heart rate display is not showing correctly - it's too high

It is easy to check your heart rate. Place your index finger on your carotid artery on your neck. count the pulse for the seconds. multiply by 6 for beats per minute. If it does not match your monitor contact customer service for repair. If it does match your monitor call your cardiologist.

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How should you feel for a victims pulse

  1. 1 Use your right index and middle finger to check the pulse on the left arm of the subject.
  2. Step 2 Press the radial artery that you are trying to feel firmly with your index finger. The idea is to partially occlude the artery which will increase the volume of the pulse just proximal to your index finger which is underlying the tip of your middle finger.
  3. Step 3 Feel the pulsation with your middle finger by gently touching the skin while maintaining a firm pressure with your index finger.
  4. Step 4 As soon as you feel the pulsations, look at the clock and start counting number of pulsations. Count for at least 15 seconds and multiply the number by 4. To be more accurate, count for the whole minute.
  5. Step 5 Normal pulse is around 72 beats per minute at rest, however anything from 60 beats per minute to 100 beats per minute at rest is also considered normal.
  6. Step 6 Besides the number you should also check the rhythm or regularity of the pulse. Irregular pulse is almost always abnormal and can be due to number of heart conditions, such as Atrial fibrillation or heart block. Pulse may be increased in fever. Athletes may have a pulse as low as the 40s, however, that is considered normal.
  7. Step 7 Sometimes, despite all the correct techniques, you may still not be able to feel the radial pulse. In case someone has collapsed, the most appropriate area to look for the pulse is the carotid artery, just behind Adam's apple in the neck. Other arteries that may also be used are the bracheal artery (in front of the elbow) and the dorsalis pedis (proximal to the first web of the foot).

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Polar F6


It sounds like most of you have the heart rate set to display in % of max heart rate. Most Polar products have the option of heart rate in BPM(beats per minute) or percentage of max.

If you look at the display during the exercise, you will see a % icon. You can turn it off in by hitting the back button and go down to HR view settings.

Hope this helps.

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