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Re: Exercise and endogenous opioids

Posted by undopaminergic on January 15, 2022, at 12:52:40

In reply to Re: Exercise and endogenous opioids, posted by Lamdage22 on January 15, 2022, at 11:50:15

> You may be overdoing it which, temporarily, can raise your resting pulse. Im not sure. Was the beta blocker prescribed?

> If it is overtraining You could deload which means doing much less than usual for a week or two. Then start doing more again. You have to periodize. Cant perform at your max all the time. It could be something else though and if a doctor precribed I would assume he had reason.

It was prescribed at my request, with reference to the excessive heart rate.

I don't think I'm overtraining, because usually I could do more of the running.

I forgot one factor, however, and that is nicotine. I stopped smoking, but I'm taking Nicorette, currently the spray. As far as I've been able to determine, it accounts for some 5 bpm with respect to the average. Another factor is the amount of time passed since the beta-blocker was taken, but this seems to affect the maximum more than the resting heart rate. Early on, I have trouble reaching 120 bpm when running, but much later I can get to 130 bpm without even the same amount of effort.





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