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Dr. Berg talks about high pulse rate. Here are the possibilities:
2. Low potassium
3. Medication side-effects
5. Caffeine / nicotine
6. Heart problem
7. Adrenal stress
Normal pulse rate should be 72, however, it could be a lot less if you are very fit. High pulse or high heart rate is called tachycardia.
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I’ve been following your protocol, but my resting heart rate has increased, why? It’s not my thyroid, it’s not low potassium, it’s not medication, it’s not a food allergy, or adrenal. I heard you state in one of your videos something about acidity and elevated heart rate, could you explain the process because I think that is what is going on. The only change I’ve made is taking Betaine HCL with pepsin and your gallbladder formula. Nothing else has changed. Thanks Bambi
week 6, tachycardia, very high blood pressure and syncope. I had this before keto, but it had gotten better. It seemed to be acidosis. when it started again after being keto for a month, I cut protein and stepped up acceptable vegies. I know Im fat adapted, and have lost over 15 pounds. I had very bad edema for the last three years. my feet look amazing, and I can bend my fingers again. My thyroid is very large, however tests say it's working fine. one cup of coffee a day. no other stimulants or drugs. my dr diagnosed this swelling and fainting problem as menopause and crazy but I went through menopause years ago.
I gained about 30 pounds on the low residue diet, prescribed for constant vomiting, and diarrhea when the tachycardia faint happened. Im not saying she did nothing, but the more it wouldn't be menopause the more annoyed she got about my fainting complaint. my lymph nodes all became visible and are still after three years. my breast and arm swelled suddenly, went in and she said I was just getting fat. well I stopped going to the dr, until I got a fungal infection that I couldn't get rid of. first thing she does is zero in on that same breast and starts yelling at me about it and why didn't I see someone about it. I did. I went to the ER, who sent me to her, crazy, fat. tried to see another dr who was afraid to see me twice, because he worked for her. both him and his nurse looked at each other, with this look, and that dr said its not menopause, but he didn't want to lose his job over it. that is understandable. he ordered a lymph node biopsy way back then, but the place refused to do it and the referred me to a specialist, because of the gigantic strange look of them. But annoyed boss dr ignored the letter and insisted I was just crazy about my arm breast and bubose looking lymph nodes. I went home to die, but didn't die, I just got more swollen like the michelin man and my world stopped. I used to be a musician I didn't get paid a lot, but I got paid. Until my hands got too swollen to play, and I didn't want to scare people by fainting of a stage. eventually, I went keto, start feeling better and losing weight, swelling is so much better. my legs were no longer leg shaped. they start looking like legs again, and here comes the fainty tachycardia again. I have requested a different dr, but no one will take me after all that. they just keep trying to send me back to that same dr. Id rather die, so, Im pretty sure its over for me, but the keto adventure has been pretty great.
My nature path told me that allergies can cause it. He’s right. I cut out the things he suggested and my heart stopped racing. He said it has to do with stomach acids, even though I had no other signs of stomach acid.
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I've resting hr of 56 and I'm a little overweight and smoke occasionally and it keeps my bp at the ideal level. Doc says it very good. I do about 30 mins of intense enough treadmill and cycling most days, so you can lower your hr through regular work-outs.
I needed to see this. Someone please remind me to make a video because...I have this, but it goes even higher than that. However, I did some research. My symptoms match with my sickle cell trait. And, furthermore...time slows down. Doesnt happen when I'm scared but it happens when I ride motorcycles, play sports, or have sex. Or...hurt someone. Slow motion makes it very easy to...kill. dont wanna talk about that. But I feel the pain as my body releases all these chemicals, but it feels good...the pills don't help, and I've been to docs and therapists since I was 17. I'm 25 now, and I feel better than ever...but it's crazy cos no matter where i look, every one has YOUR type of it. But , I cant find anywhere that talks about mine. My type will not kill me young... unless I get shot or something. I need to go to bed.
Btw, tldr: bipolar type TWO. Since I was a kid.
I'll be seeing a doctor very soon.
Please get in touch with me. This requires further testing. There's so much more but I need to sleep.
POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) can cause a *standing* pulse rate of 100-180bpm with conversely, a normal laying flat (supine) pulse rate (60-90). POTS can be totally incapacitating and make you bedridden or use a wheelchair and unable to even wash yourself.
POTS patients are commonly dismissed in ER and misdiagnosed with anxiety when Dysautonomia can cause anxiety via sympathetic nervous system over arousal caused by the body amplifying your CNS (compensation) to try and ward off low BP and syncope when upright.
POTS patients can spend years getting told they have 'CFS" or 'Depression' when their heart symptoms are primarily neuro-cardiogenic caused not by heart disease (hence ER tests when patient is laying flat are largely normal) but Dysautonomia and exacerbated by Orthostatic Challenge (sitting upright, standing up) and walking never mind other triggers like going to the bathroom, eating, drinking, hot/cold weather, prone to episodic low blood sugar etc.
i come home & sit down after a dqay out for the next 4 hours sitting down before bed my heart rate is consistently above 90 , 99, 98, 96, 94, my blood pressure is fine i dont understand i do have anxiety disorder bipolar etc, but im not worked up all the time i also have insomnia idk
Hey, I got some questions, Has your problem fixed over the last few months and do you know if anxiety and insomnia had caused it? Over the last month before going to be my heartrate increases to about 100 and sometimes upto 120 for no reason while sitting down and I have no clue why. I have quite high anxiety and also believe that I have insomnia as I haven't been able to sleep well for the past 4 days (possibly anxiety causing sleep problems though) So I was just curious if you know the reason for your problem cause the doctors tell me I'm fine but 100-120 resting isn't good for a 14 year old but they just don't know whats wrong, I'm seeing a cardiologist in the next few months.
My dad is 82 & has Afib. Last April he had 2 bleeding ulcers, then the Afib waned until he didn't have any problem at all. He's also diabetic, but we've been able to keep his blood sugar at around 165. He takes Metformin and Glipizide. Since his Afib calmed down he hasn't had to take his metoprolol. However: lately his heart rate has risen to as high as 165. There is no sign of Afib, though. His blood pressure is normal, but he tends to fidget while taking his readings. I'm not usually there when he does, so I try to remind him to be still. The metoproplol lowers blood pressure, so I don't know if he should take it to lower his heart rate. Still, I am concerned there may be other issues, as you say, such as adrenal or thyroid. His doctor keeps writing statin RXs & he doesn't have high cholesterol. I don't think the doctor has his best interest at heart. The only thing he wants to do is hand out more drugs & order expensive brain scans (pfc for patients at risk for dementia). Any suggestions?
Was experiencing tachycardia. Initially believed it to be some low grade anxiety. I do use a low dose SNRI, so there is history. Discovered this video, adjusted my diet and added some potassium supplementation. Lowered my heart rate very quickly and feel much better. Hope others benefit like I have from your knowledge Dr. Berg. Cheers!
Heart rate will normally rise after a meal. If you're keto'ing and IF'ing, you're probably going to be having large, filling, high fat, vegetable rich meals, which can cause an even higher heart rate. This is because you're gut is suddenly going from a rested, fasted state to a highly active state. A lot of people don't realise this can temporary tax the body the same way as doing light exercise, like a light walk. It's easy to confirm by simply checking your BPM before and after breaking a fast.
Heart rate 50
Just started exercising after a year of not being able to exercise because of withdrawal symptoms from prednisone. Also since I've started to exercise again I'm most likely developing arthritis which was non existent before the prednisone.
Yikes, mine was 135bpm last night. I did go walk a mile before hand but it was around 30 minutes after I walked that I checked my blood pressure and discovered how high my heart rate was. My bp was lower than usual at the time and I also felt a little dizzy, with a lot of pressure behind my eyes. I already take bp meds, so should I still see my doctor?
Hi Dr. Berg my husband and I love your videos... :) I am hypothyroid with high pulse, resting usually around 110 recently my GP office put me on an addl. hypothyroid and increased my levo and my pulse is actually running resting 85-95 does this make sense to you? I am glad but now realizing I am most definitely low potassium as well as adrenal issues so will pursue those ideas as well... :) Have also been exercising a lot more recently so maybe that is bringing down high pulse as well??? :) Also have low BP my high is normal like 120/80 most of the time a lot lower...
mine was always higher at 95-100, but has now dropped to 70 since changing to a Vegan lifestyle. Sometimes I get "white coat syndrome" when visiting a Dr., but that's rare these days. (usually only an annual visit or preventative tests)
I'm on keto and apparently I was low on potassium a few weeks ago, I could hear my heart beat when I was trying to sleep which made it difficult. Luckily I had dr Berg's electrolyte powder and his wheat grass juice, I took some and fell asleep in an hour. Also I've noticed alkalizing my body with lemonade sweetened with stevia or vinegar on a salad helps retain the minerals I uptake for a much longer period of time. Thanks doc for all the help you give us.
I was born with a heart murmur. The doc said it went away when I was a teen. 15 years ago my heart went crazy and started beating at 230bpm when I was relaxed for about 5-10 minutes and my heart hurt for a few days after that. Ever since then my heart would randomly act up and race for anywhere from 10 seconds to 3 minutes when I'm relaxed. Kinda cool when you get light headed from no blood going to your brain. I'm thinking my problem is the heart murmur came back with a vengeance. Never saw a doc for it. Cant afford one. My resting heart rate is usually 55.
I've been having problems with my heart racing too. However, the doctors have ruled out ALL of those possibilities. At times it has gone over 125 bmp and having PVCs, even while asleep. So now I have to joy of seeing a cardiologist every 6 months.
Thank you. I had a high pulse rate for years, not too high, more around 80-90 and I had "subclinical hyperthyroid." Then I took charge of my health, went low carb, lost weight, and it went down to 50-60!
My resting heart rate is at around 68-70bpm but as soon as I eat carbs, it shoots up to 100 and more. What could that be? I get such a discomfort in my chest.. after 1 hour it finally calms down then..
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