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How Do You Calculate Your Heart Rate
Heart rate: normal range 60 to 100 bpm,Get a more detailed answer ›
Calculation: Mhr = 220-age. Remember it's a calculation and not exact number. If no symptoms associated you should be ok. However, why you want to reach your mhr? Know the training zones and exercise accordingly. Ex: 60-70% training zone for basic endurance and fat burning; caloric burning depend on exercise time. ...Read more
Not related: A heart attack can occur at any heart rate if there is a blood clot in the artery or a blockage. If there is a severe narrowing than a higher heart rate will increase the risk of a heart attack as the demand of a higher heart rate would out strip the supply. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nothing: When people ask me about what their target hr should be when working out, i tell them that the workout intensity is more important than heart rate. So if you feel like you are overdoing it, are exhausted and feeling sick after your workout, and your hr was less than target, it was too much. Decrease intensity. If hr is higher than target, and you feel ok afterwards, that's ok, no problem. ...Read more
How do you get the same cardio benefits when on beta blockers if you cant get your heart rate yp to aerobic zones?
↑ed rate is only a : a sign of ?ed adrenaline/noradrenaline vs. acetycholine from brain. ?es heart rate, but not required to achieve benefit of aerobic exercise. Beta blockers+adrenaline/noradrenaline analogues which do not stimulate the beta receptors for these neurohormones yet interfere with their reaching beta the receptors (thus called blockers). Too much adrenaline/noradrenaline damages/kills heart muscle cells. ...Read more
Heart rate: There is no magic number though for a 39y/o somewhere between 140-160 is plenty. ...Read more
Age related: Your "maximum predicted heart rate" (mphr) is derived from your age. It is 220 minus your age. Note that this is a simple derived number, and actually has very little to do with actual physiologic limits of your own body. My usual advice regarding "maximal heart rate" is to use mphr as a general guide only. "listening to your body" is a better way of guiding exercise limits. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my heart rate dropped to 40 beats per minute the other day. how low can your heart beat drop?
Mphr: Is defined by 220-age in bpm.Get a more detailed answer ›
Marijuana : May increase catecholamines and cardiac workload increasing your heart rate. Studies showed that it won't affect the heart of young healthier users. In older persons it may placed them in higher risk if history of coronary artery disease present. 2013 analysis in american heart journal showed no significant increase in mortality between thc users in heart attack survivors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on how vigorously and how long you're exercising. Even under the best of circumstances, you won't see a change for a few weeks. ...Read more
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