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Normal Heart Rate By Age Chart
My normal heart rate is about 105-115 bpm. And my age is 18. Is this nornal or I need to have some checkup?
HR of 105-115: That heart rate is a bit elevated but may be normal for you. Some people do have baseline tachycardia but would follow up with a cardiologist get and EKG and echocardiogarm to make sure there is no underlying condition, Also avoid caffeine/energy drinks as that raises heart rate and smoking. ...Read more
What type of work?: What type of work? The heart rate depends on many factors including conditioning, activity and stress level, disease state, mediations, etc. The standard answer is 60-100 but lower rates are quite normal for heatlhy conditioned people and resting rates near 100 are not desirable. With heavy exertion rates may be considerably higher. ...Read more
60-100: Generally a normal resting heart rate would be between 60-100, but truly in the 50's would still be fine, especially if you are active. And while the definition for "too fast" is > 100, it may be unusual to be in the 90's when completely at rest. Depends on the circumstances ...Read more
It depends: Your condition. The heart rate is calculated as the following 220 - age = maximum heart rate during exercise... ...Read more
60-100bpm: Regardless of lifestyle, a normal heart rate is considered 60-100 beats per minute. Now, very athletic people may have heart rates below 60 at rest, but that doesn't mean that sedentary people are allowed to have heart rates above 100 at rest. ...Read more
HR can be variable:
When resting, normal hrs are 60-80 beats per minute. But younger and healthy people can often have hr below 60 as slow as in the 40s. Lance armstrong was known for having his hr in the 30s.
When under stress or exercising the hr can accelerate to over 100bpm and much more if needed. Everyone's maximum hr is calculated by taking 220-age (yrs). ...Read more
60-t0 100: Range from 100- 60.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends on age:
Formula for maximum heart rate is 220 - age.
Determine goal then multiply that number by the percentage listed:
maintain healthy heart 50% - 60%
weight loss 60% - 70%
aerobic increase endurance 70% - 80%
conditioning muscle building, and athletic training 80% - 90%
athletic training and endurance 90% - 100%. ...Read more
Normal: That is a normal response.Get a more detailed answer ›