Increased heart rate
Increased heart rate or tachycardia is described as a heart rate that is faster than the normal heart rate at rest. The average healthy human heart normally beats 60 to 100 times a minute when a person is at rest. When the heart rate fluctuates to higher levels over 100 BPM, it is described as tachycardia or an abnormally high heart rate.
Increased heart rate is most commonly induced under the influence of heavy dosages of stimulating compounds, such as traditional stimulants, certain psychedelics, and certain dissociatives. This is thought to occur as a direct result of dopaminergic or adrenergic modulation. However, it can also occur under the influence of deliriants due to the way in which they inhibit acetylcholine, one of the main modulaters of heart rate in the peripheral nervous system.
Compounds within our psychoactive substance index which may cause this effect include:
Annectdotal reports which describe this effect with our experience index include:
- Experience: 105mg Ephenidine - An Intense Emotional Experience
- Experience: 32mg 2C-B - Bromo Mescaline
- Experience: 36mg 4-AcO-DiPT - Truly, one for the psychedelic animals among us
- Experience:1000ug / 1 tab - No sense of enlightenment but absolutely breath taking visuals
- Experience:100ug 1P-LSD - A Fear and loathing into Bliss
- Experience:22mg N-Ethylhexedrone (Hexen) - A (Somewhat) Functional Stimulant at Low Doses
- Experience:25mg 3-MeO-PCP - Enhanced film experience
- Experience:300mg DPH + 600mg DXM - An Interesting Combo
- Experience:30mg Isopropylphenidate - IPPH As A Study Aid
- Experience:37mg Isopropylphenidate - Getting Shit Done With Isopropylphenidate
- Experience:40mg Zolpidem / 20mg Diazepam - Please Don't Do This
- Experience:535mg - My First DXM Trip
- Experience:60mg Zolpidem - A Delirious Adventure
- Experience:Ephenidine:185mg - A Weird and Rewarding Trip
- Experience:FMA (37.5 mg, oral) - Never been this productive in my life
- Experience:LSD (230 ug) - An amazing adventure by vikilikepsych
- Experience:Pregabalin (450mg, oral) + Methylphenidate (20mg, oral) - Gaba Flipping
- Experience:Unknown Dose DOC (Insufflated) - Overdosing and Terifying Ego Death
- Experience:Unknown dosage / 1 tab DOC - Psychedelia Turned Into Stimulant Psychosis
- Experience:~150mg MDA(oral) - a case of mistaken identity
- Responsible use
- Subjective effects index
- Psychedelics - Subjective effects
- Deliriants - Subjective effects
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