I'm 43 yrs, female. Normal BP is around 110/76. Pulse rate on wake up condition is 80-82. After a while of cleaning houseworks, pulse rate reached 100. RAte also increased at the end of the day's work reaching 86-90. I've done ECG and given reading of 84. When pulse rate is high, I tend to feel damn tired and uncomfortable heartbeats. I tried to go for treadmill exercise but afraid if this is not a good sign to exercise. Please advise what kind of tests should I acquired or if this is a symptom of any kind of heart disease.
I would start looking at another cause for your tiredness. A woman's normal pulse rate is 82, a man's is 72. To have a pulse rate up around 100 after doing housework etc. is completely normal. As I said, if you are tired, I would look into another cause. Maybe you are anemic or are not sleeping well and aren't aware of it?
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