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I have noticed the following patterns...my heart rate increases after alcohol consumption, after eating a meal, when I am thirsty, and when I am overheated (ie., while sitting in a car vehichle). I understand alcohol is a vasodilator. Are the other items listed also a vasodilators? I am curious as to what other daily activities raise our pulse. Also, I would like to know why are some individuals aware of rapid pulse, while others are not? I'm sure it's because their rate is higher, then why would it be higher in some individuals? Thank you.
Re: What daily activities raise our pulse?
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