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High BPM?

Hello I'm 17 years old and wondering whether I have very high Bpm and should I be worried etc.

When I'm resting my BPM is pretty much okay, it ranges from 70-85 when resting, normally from 70-80. When I'm walking it can go from that to around 120-135 and if I'm walking fast or uphill etc, it can go from 140-150 but I've never seen it go above that.

Should I be worried? Thanks

On and I am probably pretty unfit as I don't really exercise too much and eat fast food from time to time.
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Yes, that's completely normal. But just follow-up with a cardiologist. Normally a unhealthy heart speeds up faster at lower intensity exercises.
So exercise etc and eat better?
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