My heart beats fast all the time. If I walk slowly, my heart beats about 110. I've gained about 40 kilograms in recent year. I don't know if it has anything to do with obesity. I went to the hospital for an examination. I didn't have any problems with my heart and lungs. Occasionally, I felt that I was choked up in my throat and my eyes couldn't breathe
This situation requires 24-hour ambulatory ECG monitoring. If the heart rate increases after activity and the heart rate is normal at ordinary times, it is related to obesity. If the resting heart rate continues to increase, it has nothing to do with weight. Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia needs to be excluded.
At present, your situation is closely related to obesity. It is suggested to control your weight and gradually reduce your weight. It is suggested to live a scientific and regular life at ordinary times, do not eat fried food, do not exceed 100g of staple food for three meals a day, and adhere to aerobic exercise for 60 minutes a day.