Our expert says:
150 is not that high, so I'm not sure there is anything to be concerned about. There are some conditions where this could happen - excessive thyroid hormone, for example. However, in the absence of any other symptoms, I don't think that a heart rate of 150 or more is anything unusual. A lot of people will have the same thing. The question is how high does it go. When you say 150+, do you mean 160? Or 155? Or 190? Big differences.
I don't think there is anything to worry about, you have a naturally high heart rate, nothing more.
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