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How Long Before Exercise Lowers Your Resting Heart Rate
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
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
I used to way 232 lbs i lost 42 lbs now i'm 190lbs i lost the weight bye diet and exercise will my resting heart rate lower?
Possibly: Congratulations on your weight loss! your hear rate will lower as you increase your cardiovascular activity . Keep up the good work. ...Read more
How much exercise and what kind do I need to do to lower my resting heart rate? I walk about an hour a day at least three days a week at about 2.0 MPH
Faster walk: You may need to walk faster than two mph. A good goal is to walk a mile in 15 minutes. Once you can do that your heart will be in better condition and this may decrease your resting heart rate. Check with your medical provider to see if it is safe for you to increase the speed with which you walk. The more often the sooner you see benefits ...Read more
29 male no exercise, resting heart rate is 95-100bmp, normal blood pressure. How can I quickly reduce that rate, how long does exercise take?
Trick Question?: Well... If you just finished exercise at 70% pmhr, your hr is... (drumroll)... 70% pmhr. Now if you're asking about recovery, hr will generally decline to 50% pmhr within 5 minutes for most people, though it depends heavily on whether you had an anaerobic component in there too. ...Read more
I'm a 56 yr old female, resting heart rate is 100-103, how can I lower this? Should i worry? No other symtoms.
Ck this out: With pcp- may need thyroid studies- if irregular an ekg. ...Read more
Is it normal for my resting heart rate to be 100, EVEN though I exercise? I do alot of cardio exercise everyday.
Would a resting heart rate mostly late 90s to 100 be considered stable in AF or could that damage the heart long term ?
Is a resting heart rate at night from 55-60 normal? I do exercise at least 5 days a week but I haven't in a month due to injury. I am 28.
Greetings: I am 60 year old male, 5' 9" 170 lbs. I work out 5 times a week . My resting heart rate is 75. How can I lower this number? Thanks. Robert
Within normal range: Resting hr at 75 is in the middle of normal range, so does not require adjustment. If desired lower resting hr, typically athletes with good cardiovascular tone have lower resting heart rates, so may consider altering your intensity or type of exercise. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have a higher resting heart rate during the day as aside from it being much lower during the morning and evening before & after rest?
Dangerous to exercise with a high resting heart rate of 155+ all responses greatly appreciated thanks! also I am already seeing a cardio and have med
I'm 176lbs 6'0 tall male i exercise regularly but my resting heart rate is 50-60 in the morning all other times its 80-100 during the day is this okay?
Heart rate: Your heart rate usually slows significantly at rest and when asleep. It isn't unusual to have a pulse of 50 upon awakening. Faster heart rates occur when you are active during the day. The average heart rate then is about 72 but rates from 55 to 90 may be within normal limits for different individuals. ...Read more
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