there is sugar in chocolate and the more suger you take in the more oxygen ur body requires to pump blood round body andd it need s oxygen to have energy and energy is brecause of the chocolate .. the sugar in it ! (( im smart )))
Yes. Alcohol in general tends to raise your heart rate.
The answer is simply, yes. Any strenuous physical activity will raise your heart rate. It may be a jog or a sport such as basketball, but any such activity will raise one's heart rate.
Any form of exercise will increase your heart rate.
i want the answer please how does it effcet the heart rate ? and what is the mechanesm?
any type of activity will raise your heart rate.
Yes. Anger and anxiety, as well as others, can raise your heart rate.
Coffee contains caffeine - which is a stimulant. Stimulants raise the heart-rate.
If your heart gets stronger:Your resting heart rate will go downYour target heart rate for exercise will go upIt will be harder to raise your heart rate to the target heart rate
yes it will raise it
it becomes to raise your heart rate
All forms of physical exertion (including boxing) will raise the heart rate.
To raise your heart rate, you need to be doing something that will cause your heart to work harder to deliver oxygen. Examples of this would be walking, jumping, and lifting. As long as your muscles need more oxygen, your heart will have to pump harder and your heart rate will therefore increase.
The only way it would affect your heart rate is if you got excited or nervous, which would raise your heart rate.
adderall is an amphetamine that will raise heart rate and blood pressure. this is why if on the drug, you are asked not to drink.
This model of elliptical trainer features a dual Ekg Heart rate monitor built in to the handle bars of the unit.
Sports that raise your heart rate.
Sugar (complex carbohydrates) do NOT have a direct effect on the heart rate. The chemical compounds in chocolate and coffee derived products can speed the heart rate.
It increases it
It has somthing like caffine in it
It can. This depends on the amount you intake. Lets say you eat 5 chocolate bars every day. I know that's pretty far-fetched as an example but that would increase you rate over time, making you more prone to illnesses such as stroke or heart attack.
low your heart rate
It contains caffeine so yes.