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Short: If the stent is placed in electively (and not for myocardial infarction), recovery is quite short. We tell our patients not to walk a long distance, lift anything heavy, or drive a car for 2 days. They are also instructed not to submerge the puncture site in the leg for one week. Showers are okay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is an acceptable recovery heart rate level five minutes after exercising? Five minutes after exercising
31 y/o. 6'6". 230. Pretty active. Is 9 minute mile running time a decent time for health observation. HR 170-180bpm. 50 BPM drop after 2 mins stopping?
Many variables: Many different factors contribute to the heart rate in recovery after exercise: the normal resting (pre-exercise) heart rate, the intensity and duration of exercise, the hydration status after exercise, and the conditioning level of the subject. In general, the heart rate should have returned close to the baseline heart rate 10 minutes after moderate exercise, but this is not always true. ...Read more
Very fatigued for months. higher hr resting (80bpm vs 60). hr high walking up 1 flight of stairs. lightheaded standing.visible heartbeat chest/stomach?
Idk what's wrong w me...im 18,big athlete.hydrated.my hr is very high considering exertion during practice,slower hr recovery.still 105bpm 1hr after?
Dehydrated: drink alot of gatoraide and get more fluids, it should help , otherwise see cardiologist ...Read more
17 y/o athlete female.resting HR around 65-75,walking up stairs HR 115-120.sometimes resting HR in 90's,pounding,pulsating,walking stairs up 130-145?
Resting HR laid down 49-60, sitting 60-75. I started exercising 4 weeks ago 150bpm cycling for 40minutes per day. My resting HR is now laid 49-50?
Healthy heart: In young people, especially those who are healthy and physically active, a resting heart rate in the 40's or 50's can be normal. We define the normal heart rate to be between 60 and 100. Not everyone lives within the norm. If you develop lightheadedness, passing out, or chest pain, those could be signs of a more serious condition, and you should see your doctor. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
21 male, resting hr 45, recovery hr 60, excellent hr variabillity. Chest pressure, dizzyness and tiredness occur, also when hr is above 50 in rest?
More info: Young, healthy people often have resting heart rates in the 40-60 beat per minute range, and rates in the 60-90 range are also common and of no concern. Your symptoms of "chest pressure, dizziness, and tiredness" are not likely related to your resting heart rate. See your doctor to discuss symptoms, and be ready to tell him/her many details about your symptoms (when, how long, causes, etc). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Slow hr recovery exercise?stay very hydrated.takes 3 hours to go below 100.high level athlete.younger brother experiences it too.both rhr80. genetics?
Depends on type: Recovery depends a lot on what you're having done and who is doing it. Typically in my patients overnight they have some sponge in their nose, that sponge comes out the next day and they feel "better". It can usually takes a few days after that until they are up and around and then a week until I have my patients at full activity including blowing their nose and exercising. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer