I wish I had worn a heart rate monitor before this all started. I have been wearing my polar watch all day. Wow. I just went from 1st floor to the basement to get my sheets. I took my sheets upstairs to the 2nd floor. Had to stop on both sets of stairs. I get up here and I am panting I swear. I look at my polar..... 165! Well, it does explain some things... sorta. Luckily though soon as I laid down it went back down to a lower rate. Hence why the cardiologist in the hospital wasn't worried. But. WOW
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