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Heart Rate (Definition)

Heart rate is a measurement of the number of times a person's heart beats in one minute. Normal heart rates vary with a person's age and with excitement and exercise. Abnormal heart rates are too slow, too fast, and/or irregular (too much ...Read more


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I just wanted to know my heart rate at rest is 55 and during the day I've checked it and it doesn't go higher than 84 should I be worried ?

I just wanted to know my heart rate at rest is 55 and during the day I've checked it and it doesn't go higher than 84 should I be worried ?

Normal range: 50's-80's for a rest heart rate is within normal variation. If the heart rate does not increase with significant exertion, that could be of concern. Two ways to evaluate if heart rate accelerates appropriately (chronotrophic competence) would be with a treadmill stress test, or with a 24 hour Holter monitor to track heart rate variability. ...Read more

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When I'm anxious my heart rate at rest is about 105, when I'm relaxed its about 65. Should I be worried that my HR increases only when I'm anxious?

When I'm anxious my heart rate at rest is about 105, when I'm relaxed its about 65. Should I be worried that my HR increases only when I'm anxious?

Brain --》Heart: This is fairly common and can be thought of as part of our fight - flight reflexes. There are nerve connections between the heart and the brain that can lead to either fast or slow heart rate. See your doctor about your anxiety. Relaxation techniques may help you to better control your heart rate. ...Read more

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I know 60-100 is the range for normal hear rate. But what is the best range for a heart rate at rest?

I know 60-100 is the range for normal hear rate. But what is the best range for a heart rate at rest?

60-70 for your age: Resting heart rate in the absence of disease is a measure of fitness. Many fit persons have resting rates less than 60. Mine is currently 58 for example. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more

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Why does a heart rate of 70 worry me?Is this a high heart rate at rest?I am extremely obsessed with my heart rate not being over 70. Creating anxiety?

Why does a heart rate of 70 worry me?Is this a high heart rate at rest?I am extremely obsessed with my heart rate not being over 70. Creating anxiety?

Normal: A resting heart rate of 70 is normal. Among factors that can affect resting heart rate in a healthy person are ambient temperature, state of relaxation/worry, hydration status, medication, alcohol, caffeine. ...Read more

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What should the average heart rate at rest for a 22 yr old female be?

Normal physiology: 60-100 beats per minute, though heart rates at times can easily be outside this range if other factors are present. ...Read more

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If somebody has a rapid heart rate at rest, almost 90 - 100 - for a very long time, is that dangerous for the heart? How can I decrease that rate?

If somebody has a rapid heart rate at rest, almost 90 - 100 - for a very long time, is that dangerous for the heart? How can I decrease that rate?

Heart rate: A normal heart rate ranges from 60 to 100 beats a minute. A heart beat that is in the higher range of normal could indicate several things- one of them could be thyroid trouble. Medications can also affect the heart rate. You should review with your doc. Finally deconditioning or lack of exercise can contribute. Hope your health gets better! ...Read more

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I have fast heart rate at rest 120...I took verapamil 80 mg 3 times.for week without any results..heart rate with little activity 160..any help plz?

Review workup: You must review the cause of your tachycardia and the workup with the physician that prescribed the verapamil. If the rhythm is sinus tachycardia it is secondary to another generally non-cardiac cause (if you have had a normal echocardiogram and EKG as I assume). That non- cardiac cause needs to be addressed and cirrected (? Thyroid; anemia; etc.). You want to treat the cause- not the symptom only ...Read more