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abnormally rapid heartbeat (over 100 beats per minute)

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Physiologically you might notice emotional flooding along with muscle tension, headaches, spilling of ocular liquid, upset stomach, interrupted sleep, and elevated heart rate (usually above 100bpm).
Her physical examination was unremarkable, except a slightly elevated heart rate of about 100 beats/min.
Over the next 3 days she reported nausea, vomiting, severe abdominal pain, and had an elevated heart rate.
Signs of antifreeze poisoning can develop in an hour after ingestion and often resemble drunkenness: incoordination, vomiting, diarrhea, excessive urination, seizures, depression, elevated heart rate and coma.
In cats the signs include lethargy, diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration, elevated heart rate, mucus in the stool, weight loss, swollen lymph nodes and shock.
2001), reduced milk yield, dullness, inappetance or anorexia, elevated heart rate and apparent dehydration.
An elevated Heart Rate (HR) is a warning about an increased risk of cardiovascular dysfunction and an increase in heart rate by 10 beats per minute is said to be associated with an increase in the risk of cardiac death by at least 20%, which is similar to the risk observed with an increase in systolic blood pressure by 10 mm Hg.
A nervous person already has an elevated heart rate so doesn't have as far to go to become angry.
12 people between the after in While relatively harmless, caffeine can cause elevated heart rate, irritability and high blood pressure.
The tour said he complained of an elevated heart rate, shortness of breath and heart palpitations.
At some point, a doctor assessed Seth and concluded that he was in shock because he was dehydrated, had an elevated heart rate and elevated respiratory levels, and his blood pressure was decreasing.
He has been battling atrial fibrillation for several months and woke with an elevated heart rate.
We chose the MMA method because it has been shown to be robust to noise, tolerant to nonstationary data (such as motion artifacts and changing heart rates), and independent of phase-shift perturbations, and, unlike the spectral analysis method, it does not require elevated heart rate (Nearing and Verrier 2002a, 2002b).
Life's tough enough without the added stress of an elevated heart rate every time you walk through your workplace door dreading yet another day in paradise.
The NDA also includes study results from a recent sleep apnea trial to help support the company's claims that Qnexa does not contribute to heart disease or an elevated heart rate.