His have a history of IST mainly at night. My Cardiologist believes it is a nocturnal panic attack. I have had 3 ultrasounds on my heart, warn a monitor for a month and have had a stress test. All came out good with the diagnosis of IST. I started working out in September and noticed that these attacks were happening lest frequently. Which is awesome however I have been having a lower heart rate of about 57-63 BPM resting heart rate. I had an ultra spin on heart last month annual for a check up and no one mentioned anything to be that was worrisome just that it looks great. If I was having any reason to have the low heart rate would they have seen it on the echo? Just worried.
Person's Gender: Female
Person's Age: 27
Answers are for informational purposes only.Yes they probably would have.However I think your low heart rate is clearly because you are working out.Exercise lowers your resting heart rate and your isn't low enough to be concerning.You are ok. Please don't click "helped a little" or "I expected more" as this leaves negative feedback. If you aren't 100% satisfied, just click "continue conversation."