What Are the Basics of the Ventricular Tachycardia?

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If a person has none of the above mentioned symptoms, but has a heart rate when exercising of about 160 bpm, is this considered a possibility of having a ventricular tachycardia? Resting heartrate is about 68 bpm.
No, when your resting heart rate is normal, it's not considered tachycardia. When you go exercise and the heart beat goes high, it usually gets improved when you keep on exercising for a few weeks to months. However, if you feel discomfort during exercise, that's a different story.
If a person has none of the above mentioned symptoms, but has a heart rate when exercising of about 160 bpm, is this considered a possibility of having a ventricular tachycardia? Resting heartrate is about 68 bpm.
No, when your resting heart rate is normal, it's not considered tachycardia. When you go exercise and the heart beat goes high, it usually gets improved when you keep on exercising for a few weeks to months. However, if you feel discomfort during exercise, that's a different story.
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