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A Recovery Heart Rate For A Person Who Is 25 Years Of Age After 5 Minutes Of Working Out Is About
I am 16 years old, a male. I weigh about 92-95. I was wondering if a heart rate when working out of 135-145 is good or bad?
Heart rate: There are no firm norms but a 10beat /min. Drop in the first minute post exercise is normal and by 5min post exercise the rate should have returned toward resting rate. ...Read more
Exercise: Generally heart rate returns to the vicinity of the resting rate within 5 minutes unless the exercise was prolonged and high level. ...Read more
What is an acceptable recovery heart rate level five minutes after exercising? Five minutes after exercising
Exercise: By 5 min post exercise the heart rate should be near or at baseline. ...Read more
100bpm is not considered to be very high.
for a healthy athletic 26 years old male is expected to be lower than that
how high your heart rate goes when you exercise?
my advise is to see a cardiologist to check on your BP and your hydration status, and your blood level to r/o anemia, and you thyroid function, then determined that there is no underlying heart problem, assured your or treat you. ...Read more
I'm 27 years old 250lbs and 5'8 am I obese. And what's a good heart rate for my age my hr is 94 is that good?
That's a little fast: Your weight and inactivity is contributing to this. It should be much lower. As you lose weight, it will shift provided you do some cardio exercise daily. Work with your doctor to do it safely, and consistently to hit your goals. He will go over target HR, and BP so you are safe. Rome wasn't built in a day, and you will make progress the more you keep at it. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm having heart surgery March 31 to slow my heart rate down and I may need a peace maker is that safe to have at my age 33 years old?
See below: Pacemaker insertion is generally a safe procedure. Complications from having the device do occur, but not frequently. Your age would not be a consideration. The pacemaker is designed to reduce risk. The risk of having a pacemaker is usually far less than the risk of not putting it in. For more information go to UpToDate. Com > click on caregivers and patients section.> in search box type: pacemaker ...Read more
Psychiatrist stopped my Celexa 20mg about 12 days ago suddenly after 15 years. He started me on Zoloft 40mg the next day. It was awful until day five I felt better but heart rate and bp began to increase 15-25 points syst previous control on meds?
A more gradual taper of the Celexa may have been easier to tolerate. Shouldering one gradually down and the other up usually works better, i.e., Celexa down to 10, and more gradual increase/addition of Zoloft, 25 for 10 days then stop Celexa and increase Zoloft to 50.
After that many years and abrupt cessation you may be experiencing serotonin discontinuation from the Celexa - despite the Zoloft ...Read more
Depends: Depends on reason for exercise. Aerobic work out usually best at 70-80% of age predicted target hr (220-age), with intermittent increase to anaerobic range. Weight loss work outs are traditionally at 50-60% of target hr. ...Read more
Decrease heart rate: If you want to lower your heart rate when exercising then simply lower the intensity of your workout. For example, if you are running then slow your run and decrease your arm swing. Stopping completely will lower your heart rate but once you return to the same intensity your heart rate will likely go back to the same level. ...Read more
Not quite: "cardio" means prolonged exercise at moderate intensity (not crossing the anaerobic threshold) for the purpose of improving strength and endurance. The urban dictionary defines cardio as an intense make-out session, but honestly, that's not the type of exercise, albeit pleasurable, that is usually considered to be an aerobic cardiovascular workout. ...Read more
Maximal heart rate: Calculations are estimates. If you are heathy enough nothing will happen to you. During exercise you go up to where you can go. I go over mine all the times at 50 y/0. Enjoy your work out. ...Read more
A few possible: Poor conditioning, exercise induced arrythmias are the most common. ...Read more
Yes: Everyone's heart rate goes up when working out. What you need to do is calculate your maximal heart rate which is 220 - your age (41). When doing a strenuous workout your target heart rate should be 70% to 85% of maximum heart rate. So in your case your target heart rate would be between 125 and 152. Make sure it's ok with your doctor before starting a new work out program. ...Read more
Complex: Aerobic exercise is great for MS patients, and you can base your heart rate goals on standard tables available on health club machines, assuming you have no frank cardio-respiratory co-morbidities. Key issue is body temperature, as you do not want to "overheat", due to risk of increased fatigue, or even a "pseudo-relapse". ...Read more
Heart rate: The threshold depends upon age and cardiac condition. The standard threshold is 140-160 beats per minute for exercise. Your resting heart rate is not normal at 90-110. Is this typical? ...Read more
Is it ok heart rate 86-92 3 hours after working out? I take 50mg atenolol. Heart rate in the 70's usually. Why when after work out stays a little high?
It's fine: Maybe you're a bit dehydrated but it's nothing to worry about. A better question might be: why are you even checking your pulse? Seems like you're over thinking this one. Be glad you're exercising and enjoy your day. ...Read more
Is a heart rate of 51 considered healthy or to low for a 76 year old man? And what would be the normal range for that age?
When working out, I my heart rate tends to read a bit higher than normal around 190bpm during vigorous exercise, but I don't feel bad. It's this ok?
I just started working out and while running on the treadmill my heart rate went up to 180 is that considered too high?
Maybe: The maximum heart rate is calculated by subtracting your age from 220. For a 33 year old this would be 187. For vigorous physical activity it is recommended to exercise at 70-85% of the maximum heart rate. For a 33 year old that would be about 131-159. For your age 180 is not above the maximum recommended but above the recommended range. ...Read more
My heart rate was 50 BPM the other day when working out and now I'm freaking out. Can someone put my mind at ease?
If it was regular-: - could B a sign of being in shape. But if this is an unusual thing 4 U, it should B investigated by a cardiologist. If you R a a University student, get into student health. Otherwise Ur PCP 4 a start. ...Read more
I am 18 and I started working out 5 months ago. I have a high heart rate that gets up to 200. Will this cause any damage? It doesn't hurt.
You are ok --:
Because that is still within your age based maximum heart rate -- I would recommend aerobic/cardio exercise such as walking, jogging, elliptical, treadmill, running, swimming, cycling regularly -- and this is your time to build physical fitness and stamina.
Happy exercise! ...Read more
The body's system that regulates many such automatic responses works on a feedback mechanism, so equilibrium of these functions is achieved after initiating medication. If you monitor heart rate closely, for example on a treadmill or elliptical, you will likely find very little difference in pre & post-medication rates.
As usual, check with your doctor for any perceived symptoms. ...Read more
Calories burned: Having a higher heart rate during activity is usually due to increased intensity of activity. Increased activity intensity burns more calories for same time period. ...Read more
Should someone with a high resting heart rate also have a relatively higher target heart rate when working out?
Not Necessarily: The two aren't directly correlated. The best thing to do is to test your specific maximum heart rate using a treadmill. The old formula for what we'd estimate a max hr to be is 220-age for a man, 210-age for a woman. There's a new, better formula which is much more complex. ...Read more
What is the ideal heart rate when running/working out? Late 20s, 5'5, 120 with POTS & asthm a under control with meds
No higher than: 220-age x. 85 = high end of safe exercise heart rate ...Read more
What to do if my 46 year old friend has the blood pressure of 136/87, and the heart rate of 94, is that normal for her age group?
Numbers: The numbers you provide are not unusual. Without knowing more information all that can be said is that there is nothing worrisome about those values. ...Read more
When I feel better I want to start working out with autonomic nervous system can I work out with out pass out? My heart rate go up then I go down
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