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A 33-year-old member asked:

please advise if it's bad to have a resting heart rate of 77 bpm?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Cardiology 51 years experience
Heart rate: 77 beats per minute is with the normal range.

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Why has my average resting heart rate increased so much at 60? Used to be 48.

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Why is my resting heart rate faster in the mornings?

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Normal fluctuation: Our blood pressures and heart rates increase in the mornings naturally. This is called diurnal variation, and is part of the mechanism our bodies have for waking us up.
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What should my resting heart rate be?

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A 32-year-old member asked:

Is my 80 resting heart rate something I should worry about?

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Dr. Keith Rafal
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A regular pulse of : A regular heart rate of 80 is within normal limits for most individuals. However, each patient's situation must be individualized based upon their symptoms, blood pressure, medical history and any medications that they may be taking.
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How can I decrease my resting heart rate below 70?

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Exercise: Exercise and weight loss . Working out regularly lowers resting heart rate.

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