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Exercise with high adrenaline levels (Anxiety) is dangerous?
Hello and thanks in advance for the answers.

I am "kind" of reposting and old question. In the past I had panic attacks when doing sport. Now sometimes I start exercise like weight lifting or runnning very anxious and with high adrenaline (I guess flee or fight), so my heart beats fast and while I exercise at a medidum intensity, I reach very high bpms, like 170 bpm. In the past, not being anxious that intensisty of exercise would only lead to 120-130 bpm.

In such state of adrenaline surge and heart a bit accelerated, is it safe to keep training? If bpms are too high in mil intensity exercise I am scared to reach maximum o pass it easily.

I heard about people when race is about to start, their hearrt is also racing, or soldiers running away from enemy,
full of adrenaline and running..

PS: Had Holter, Treadmill test and ECK, Eco done, all is OK
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