You don't have any heart issues! Both brady and sinus arrhythmia is a sign of a healthy heart in young men and women. As long as the rate increases with exercise there's no need to worry!:) Unless your cardiologist knows something yoy don't mention here.
Sorry for spelling mistakes. stupid iphone:)
Thank you for the reply! I know I am a healthy individual, but the only thing that bothers me is the dizziness. There are some days I feel like I am about to pass out. Is this something I am just supposed to deal with going forward? I don't want to seem like I am trying to find something wrong, just want to know what causes this.
Try to check BP and heart rate when feeling dizzy. If it is too low, that's the explaination. Or in rare cases too high. if not, the cause is not cardiovascular. Maybe you have tense muscles?
Hmmm, who knows. I go back to see the cardiologist in a few months. I guess if I don't pass out then I am fine!
try drinking cold water when you exercise and keep hydrated well enough to see if this helps.. if you don't already; it may be helpful to keep track of how much water you're drinking daily and how much you intake while exercising;
sometimes it can be as simple as adding an extra glass of water to your routine; other times there may be a imbalance in electrolytes or hormones etc that may or may not balance back out...
keep a journal/log of dates times symptoms and what you were doing at the time to see if you find a pattern and I would def ask about the stress test since you've had dizziness while exercising
Thank you! The doctor did tell me to increase my water intake and also to try gatorade. I hope it helps. I have read about healthy women having heart problems so I just want to be proactive to make sure I am not one of them! :)