For the past one month, I have been working out a lot such as running, body building and following a healthy diet. I have lost weight. My blood pressure is 95/59 mmHg. My resting heartbeat is around 55. My weight is 73 kg. I wanted to ask if it is fine to have this low heart rate and low blood pressure. I am feeling lightheaded, tired and shortness of breath sometimes. Should I be worried?
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It is very normal for athletes to have a low heart rate. Sometimes some people are born with this condition where they have very low heart rate and blood pressure.
When did you first notice this development? Have you been on other drugs apart from the ones mentioned?
For now eat a lot of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, fish, and low-fat or nonfat dairy foods.
Try to be physically active at most times of the day you are awake, this will keep your heart rate up.
Try to avoid smoking if you do. In case you continue to feel shortness of breath or experience fainting, please go to the hospital. You might require a pacemaker.
2. Drugs (calcium blockers and beta blockers).
4. Coronary artery disease.
ECG.Regarding follow up:
Revert with the details to a cardiologist online.---> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/cardiologist
Thank you for your quick reply. I have noticed these symptoms lately after the tough activities I have been doing the past one month. I did not have any medical problem before that. I have done an ECG, and it is normal. Even my blood test is all normal.
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