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Heart Rate During Normal Activities
Heart rate 50's to lower 60's upon waking up and is 80's to 100 during the day and when going to bed it gos back into the 60's 70's is this normal?
My heart rate is lower during the day when sitting upright, when laying down my heart rate is higher. Is this normal?
Normal variation: Heart rates vary through the day, under precise control by a nerve network and by adrenaline levels in the blood. Many things can increase the heart rate, including exercise, emotion, dehydration, and even paying attention to the heart rate. If you feel palpitations or other symptoms when your heart rate is fast, a heart monitor can help figure out if you are having any abnormal heart rhythms. ...Read more
Hi, my son is 14 and is 170cm and weighs 56kg. His resting heart rate is 58 bpm whilst lying and his bp is 116/56. Is he normal please?
The information you provided is not a cause for any concern.
You may advise him that For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. ...Read more
Who knows?: I am pretty sure nobody has looked at this question in a scientific fashion heretofore. I would guesstimate it fluctuates between 90-150 beats per minute, depending on age, medications used, phase of arousal etc. ...Read more
It depends: Your condition. The heart rate is calculated as the following 220 - age = maximum heart rate during exercise... ...Read more
Heart rate: HR can go up to 100 or even higher without significant activities, however there is usually some excitement or other factor, if average HR at rest is 100 or above you need to be checked. Sometimes other factors such as anemia, hyperthyroidism can elevate your heart rate besides some rhythm problems. ...Read more
I'm courious what heart rate variation in percentage could be considered as normal during a 4 minutes measurement at rest?
Depends: It does depend a bit on age, but in general there is data that suggest at rest there is less than a 10 beat per min variation at rest, which approximates out to around 12%. Again this varies on age, medications being taken and underlying disease that one might be afflicted with. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Is it normal for your heart rate to become slower once the night gets late? Say it's 90 during day and then 60 at night? That normal?
Yes: This is very normal. Once you are more relaxed, heart rate slows down. ...Read more
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?
Heart rate during the day when, I don't smoke, at work varies from 60-75 depends if iam sitting or walking is it good? When I smoke my heart stays at 80-95bpm for some hours is that normal?
Put on beta blocker for high heart rate. Very slow hr now at rest and doing normal activities (what it should initially be)but currently hr in 90's?
Normal HR is 60-100: Normal HR is between 60 to 100 beats per minute. Usually not a concern if HR is in 90s. If HR feels irregular, then will need to see a physician and have an ECG to make sure it is not an arrhythmia. ...Read more
It depends on age: Subtract your current age in years (36) from 220. First multiply the number you get by 0.6. This is your minimum target exercising heart rate. Now multiply the first number you got by 0.8. This is your maximum target heart rate. Stay inside that range when you exercise. 220-36=184; 184x0.6= 110; 84x0.8=147. Your "normal" heart rate for exercise is between those 2 numbers. ...Read more
I'm not an athlete or considered 'fit' but my heart rate whilst sleeping goes as low as 43bpm is this normal?
Be seen: It could be normal, but it would be wise to be checked and probably have an EKG. There are people who just have a slow heart rate, known as bradycardia, but there are also people who have a heart block that may need treatment. An EKG can distinguish between the two. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have flu. I have no history of heart deceases. My heart rate is a bit higher as normal. Is it normal during flu, or is this a concern?
High (approx. 80 BPM) resting heart rate. Previously sedentary. My heart pounds hard and fast during T25 DVD workout - is actually feeling it normal?
Heart rate and exerc: Heart rate of 80 is still well within the normal range. If you have started an exercise program after being relatively sedentary - its not unusual that you might see an increase in pulse. As your body adjusts to the new exercise program and your cardiovascular health improves the pulse will lower. The pounding is simply your body letting you know its out of shape. Good luck ...Read more