Causes of High Pulse Rate: Cures, Home Remedies to Lower High Pulse Rate

Natural Treatment for High Pulse Rate

The increase of pulse rates normally happens to individuals especially after doing a strenuous work or heavy or even slight exercises, but when the increase of your pulse rate increases even without doing anything, you should immediately consult a doctor for proper medical advice. The normal pulse rate of an adult ranges from 60 to 100 beats per minute, but it increase when exerting physical effort. After doing something physical, if your pulse rate doesn’t return to its normal beat after five minutes, you should consider visiting your doctor.

What Causes High Pulse Rate

There is a natural treatment for high pulse rate at rest, but before applying home remedies for high pulse rates, it is imperative for you to understand the possible factors that can lead to such condition. The factors may include the following:

  • Stress and anxiety
  • Nervousness
  • High blood pressure
  • Pregnancy
  • Cigarette smoking
  • Excessive intake of intoxicants
  • Obesity
  • Excessive coffee and tea intake
  • Sedentary lifestyle
  • Low fiber diet
  • Too much consumption of table salt

Home Remedies and Cure to Lower High Pulse Rate

If your abnormal and increased pulse rate is coupled with dizziness, nausea, pain in the nape area and lack of sensitivity in one side of the body, a medical checkup should be conducted on you.  However, if you are not experiencing any of the mentioned symptoms, you can apply these effective home remedies for high pulse rates and they include:

  • Relaxation.
    Relieving yourself from emotional stress and worries is an effective natural treatment for high pulse rate. Breathing exercise and yoga can help in bringing back your normal pulse rate.
  • Getting enough rest and sleeping for at least eight hours a day will also help in melting your worries and in rejuvenating your mind and body out of stressful activities.
  • Listen to classical music as it helps in calming down your mind. Engaging in a hobby such as cross stitching is also a natural treatment for high pulse rate.
  • Watch your diet. Cut down your salt and processed food intake. Instead, drink lots of vegetable juices such as carrot and spinach.
  • Drink at least a glass of lemon juice every day.
  • Aromatherapy can also do wonders by relaxing your nerves. Light an aromatic candle while doing your warm bath or while doing your new found hobby.

10 Comments

  1. SN said:

    My age is 38 years and my weight is normal but I am suffering from high blood pressure. With the medicine it is normal but all of a sudden my pulse rate increases. Please suggest what can be the problem and how to cure it?

    June 21, 2012
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    • PUP said:

      There are many causes for high pulse rate. However, at your age it is natural to have stress and strain, work stress or business strain. So reduce your stress as this may be one of the reasons for sudden fast beating pulse. Secondly you should check your blood for thyroid hormones. Reduce intake of salt. Eat garlic regularly. Eat high fiber containing foods.

      July 3, 2012
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  2. Tshidso said:

    I have a problem of pulse I need help.

    January 26, 2014
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    • PUP said:

      More information is required as the question is not clear. Is your pulse fast or slow? What problems you have with abnormal pulse?

      January 28, 2014
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  3. Realistic said:

    My wife is suffering from brain cancer. She cannot talk and can’t move by herself and she is always resting, yet her pulse rate goes up to 133. Is there any natural diet to remedy this situation?

    September 13, 2014
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    • PUP said:

      Pulse rate tells you how fast your heart is beating. Sometimes certain medications are responsible for increased pulse rate. Electrolyte imbalance, hyperthyroidism, heart disease all are known to raise pulse rate. Even mental stress can increase heart rate. Increase intake of fruits and vegetables in her diet. Avoid excess of salt. If the pulse rate remains persistently rapid, you have to consult her doctor to rule out other causes.

      September 15, 2014
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  4. Rahel said:

    My age is 42 years and I experience fast pulse rate though I don’t feel any high heart rate or abnormal heart beats. I experience head ache. Generally I get acidity and gastric problems. When I check my pulse it comes to 115 beats and my BP is little bit low. Please suggest how to lower my pulse rate?

    February 13, 2018
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  5. Deepak said:

    I am 19 years old. Since last 1 month, I am having abnormality in my pulse rate. What is the reason? What must I do?

    July 13, 2018
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    • Deepak said:

      Abnormality of pulse can be when the heart beats too fast or when the heart beats too slowly. Irregularity of pulse in young individual in majority of cases is typically harmless. Your pulse may become fast or irregular when you are stressed and anxious. However, there are many other causes such as anemia, excessive intake of coffee and tea, smoking, alcohol intake. More serious causes can be due to congenital heart ailment, under-active or overactive thyroid, infections, etc. If there are any symptoms accompanying with abnormal pulse such as fatigue, dizziness, lightheartedness, sweating, chest pain, breathlessness etc, you must consult your doctor.
      Few natural remedies that may be useful are:
      • Eat healthy food that consists of all essential nutrients such as proteins, carbohydrate, fats, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants etc. Include green leafy vegetables, fruits, legumes and beans, nuts and seeds, pasteurized milk, etc in your diet. Egg, fish, lean meat is good source of protein.
      • Exercise daily for 30 minutes. The best form of exercise is to walk for 30 minutes in morning. It helps to strengthen your heart. Engage in any physical activity.
      • If you are stressed and anxious due to any reason, make an effort to resolve the problem. Relieve your stress with meditation, yoga, and relaxation therapy.
      • If you are smoking or drinking alcohol, quit them.
      • Maintain healthy weight and sleep for at least 7 to 8 hours at night.

      July 25, 2018
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