Heart rate monitor that alarms
I just had a CRT placed 6 months ago for a hereditary cardiomyopathy. I am currently 58 but have dealt with issues since I was 18. I have continued to stay very active my entire life despite my heart. My love is cycling. Last week I went for a routine ride. I typically do 20 miles 4 days a week. Nothing out of the ordinary and I felt great. Out of no where my debrillator fired and I was knocked off my bike. It continued to shock me again and again every 15 seconds. I got 8 shocks in a row. Fortunately I was on a bike trail and was close to a fire station and people ran for help. For anyone that has not experienced being shocked yet, it is NOT pleasant. I have a Boston Scientific device. It mistook my sinus tachycardia for V-tach and continued to shock me. Obviously the algorithms in these devices are not always exact and they have attempted to reprogram mine. Hopefully it will recognize the difference the next time. They have also slightly increased the rate at which it will shock me. I really don't want to give up biking and I definitely don't want to experience this again. Does anyone know of a heart rate monitor that will alarm you in real time when you get to a certain rate. I don't want to depend on looking at a device every couple of minutes while biking and I want to be able to push myself to get back in shape. If I had something that would warn me I could back off of the intensity.
Thanks in advance for your information and stay safe with this Covid nightmare.