My daughter's heart beats 100 to 110 times in a quiet state, but there are no other discomfort symptoms. Sometimes she can feel her heart beat very fast after vigorous running, which is a little uncomfortable, but it's OK to have a rest. Is this normal
Hello, the child's parents. Good evening. The child's heart rate should be about 60 to 100 times per minute, especially your daughter, who is 11 years old. If the heart rate is more than 100 times per minute, it belongs to sinus tachycardia.
Sinus tachycardia can be caused by many reasons, such as poor rest, staying up late, long-term mental tension, excessive pressure, or excessive mental excitement, which may cause sinus tachycardia. After vigorous running, the acceleration of heart rate is very normal, and it can return to normal after a short rest, which is also a normal state.
Hello, this is the case for children. It must be abnormal. The heartbeat in this quiet state should be less than 100 times. Even if there is no discomfort, it is more recommended to take the child to the hospital for examination. It is recommended to do an ECG and color Doppler ultrasound.
Girls' heart beats 110 times / minute belong to sinus tachycardia. Metoprolol tartrate tablets and bisoprolol fumarate tablets can be given for treatment. If he runs violently, he will certainly increase his heart rate. This is a compensatory performance of the body, which can increase the output of the heart. You can pay attention to whether there is anemia. If it is tachycardia caused by anemia, supplement meat or ferrous succinate