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Target The Heart Rate Zone Of A 15 Year Old
Heart condition?: We need more information. Does the young person have a diagnosed heart condition? What is it? How fast is the heart rate? Does it occur at rest, with minimal or marked activity? Does he/she become faint or dizzy with it? How long does it last? Are there accompanying symptoms? Are there other medical issues? On any meds? ...Read more
Probably 50-70: Depends on how much exercise /physical activity he gets. But a true resting hr for the average adolescent male probably runs 50-70. For those who do sports, it can be lower, into the 40's. I grew up playing competitive sports, and at that age through my early 20's mine was about 40-42. If its considerably faster, say 90 or greater, I would seen by a pediatric cardiologist. ...Read more
Heart rate: Seventy two is the normal heart rate for a 15 year old boy. ...Read more
15 yr old daughter has raised potassium 5.4mmol, more than once. Resting heart rate (95-110) dizzy, breathless, heart rate at 170 with mild exertion?
When I exercise, my heart rate goes between 160-175bpm. Is this too high for a 37 year old woman? Target heart rate calc says 146 maximum.
Depends: A formula widely accepted is 220-age=maximum heart rate. Keep in mind though that this is a simplistic formula with age as the only variable and standard deviation for this equation is 10 to 15 bpm. Target heart rates for aggressive cardioconditioning are generally recommended at 80% of your calculated maximum for a healthy individual. See your first GP to discuss any possible contraindications ...Read more
Of the numerous heart rate zone conditioning formulas. Who's formula do you feel is the most productive for a male 46 year old amateur athlete?
What does equivocal cardiac stress test mean in the results? I am a 47 year old male with hypertension controlled through medication. I completed the test reaching the target heart rate with no other symptoms. Test was part of an annual insurance check u
I am a female. 49 years old. Been running the last 4 months. Started doing 2/1 intervals. Run in zone 2 minutes walk 1 minute and on for 30 minutes. At the end I ran hard and my chest began to tighten. Heart rate was 166. When I stopped it went away. Ran
Likely odd: If only one time, then probably an oddity. You should be watching your heart rate monitor. Be sure you are properly recovered each set. Should only do these 1 x week. Mix easy distance in with the week's plan. What is the goal and your background? May ask running club for advice, or coach. Good luck. (USAT Level I certified coach) ...Read more
What to do if I'm a 15 year old male, and I measured my blood pressure and it was 103/72. my heart rate was 72bpm. Is this normal?
Please: Consider having an adult or someone who is at least 16 years old ask this question for you. You need to be at least 16 years old to post questions on Healthtap. Thanks. ...Read more
Resting heart rate: Normal resting heart rate may be quite different among healthy individuals. 65 is normal, but "bad" or "good" resting heart rate is not very meaningful. Often very fit athletes will have a slower resting heart rate but not always. Heart rate beat to beat variability is a little more informative about cardiovascular fitness. ...Read more
Average HR: Average HR for healthy teens/adults is 60-100 beats per minute. More active individuals tend to have lower HRs. ...Read more
Depends: If this is your resting/sleeping heart rate you likely have a problem that should be evaluated. If this is what you count while you obsess /worry about your health, it may just reflect your anxiety. Caffeine and nicotine products can drive up your rate. Your heart can tolerate this rate without damage. ...Read more
Heart rate: 60 to 80 would be goodGet a more detailed answer ›
See your Dr.: Needs to be seen soon by either their pediatrician, or a pediatric cardiologist. ...Read more
Varies: Depending on the level of fitness I've seen elite athletes with resting heart rate in the 20's. Good athletes usually in the 50-70 range. Most people 70-85 range. ...Read more
Heart rate: A heart rate of 72bpm would be fine for a 16 year old. ...Read more
Circumstances?: Could be normal depending on circumstances of exercise, diet, illnesses, medication use. Most common reason for an otherwise healthy 12 yo to have tachycardia is consumption of energy drinks or chocolate. Also you should consider drug use, such as weed and tobacco. Consult your pediatrician for a proper evaluation. ...Read more
70-110 beats per minute - 1.1 to 1.6 beats per second. The proper way to take a child's pulse is to count for one full minute. If a child takes a deep breath it's normal to feel a slight pause. This is called Sinus Arrythmia.
http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/354072-normal-pulse-in-a-three-year-old/ ...Read more
Depends: 60-100 at rest. Up to 150 with peak exercise. 45-60 if she's on medications that slow the heart (betablockers for example). ...Read more
Heart rate: 60 to 100 beats per minute.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Varies: The pulse rate depends on the child's health, level of physical and emotional maturity, extent of preparation, body mass, and gender. The pulse should not exceed 180, but in an accomplished expert runner, it well be quite less. ...Read more
SSS: Normal heart rate at rest is between 60 and 70 beats per minute. In very fit individuals, it may be as low as 40 BPM without any symptoms of weakness or dizziness. Some arrhythmias may cause the hr to vary from very slow to very fast and beta blockers can be used cautiously to help regulate the rate. Sometimes they are uses in conjunction with a pacemaker which allows their use without slowing hr. ...Read more
Less than 10: Change in position triggers the carotid baroreceptors to gently change hr in order to stabilize BP from effects of gravity. Normal bp/hr fluctuations should be less than 10 points unless dehydrated, over medicated, or suffering from neurally mediated dysfunction (abnormal reflex arc between the baroreceptors, the brainstem, and the heart). ...Read more
Depends: A heart rate of less than 60 is called bradycardia, and it is usually considered low. However, certain things can affect this, including medications you may be on which affect heart rate (if you're on any). Another thing is that if you are physically active and physically fit, your heart tends to be healthier and beat slower, which is normal. ...Read more
I know a ten year old, female who has taccicardia. Her heart rate has reached 200. Could this be dangerous for her?
Tachycardia is..: Usually not life threatening in a child with an otherwise normal heart. They may not feel well when it happens, however. Treatment is available in the form of daily medication, or a catheter-based procedure called an ablation to try and eliminate the abnormal rhythm. I recommend her parents find a pediatric electrophysiologist in your area, who would have expertise in these issues. ...Read more
I'm a 30 year old male. After walking a mile and walking up 4 flights of stairs my heart rate is 140 bpm. Is that normal?
I think not abnormal: At 30 years old your max heart rate (HR) is approx 220 minus age= 190. During stress test a person is expected to reach 85% or more, so that is 161bpm. In average test a person walks about 1/2 mile in 10 mins, at average incline of ~14deg. U walked a mile & 4 flights of stairs, so 140 sounds OK. To see If good shape pay attn to how fast HR is back to 80 at rest. Good if this ...Read more
5'9 290 pounds. Resting heart rate of 45-55 ok for a 23 year old who lives a very sedimentary life? My heart really starts to pound at 135bpm or so.
Decinditioned or OSA: I suspect that you are at the very least, out of shape, but you may have sleep apnea. I see pts of your size w/ similar heart rate ranges and are found w/ sleep apnea. If you have sx of fatigue, headaches, shortness of breath or chest pain, sleep apnea is more likely than deconditioning. I suggest speaking to ur PCP about having a sleep study. If PCP okays it, start diet and exercise ...Read more
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 more
Is it okay for a 16 year old to have a systolic number of 88, diastolic number of 42, and heart rate of 55? she's moderately active. Thanks for your time!
As there are no symptoms it's PERFECTLY OK!
Hope this is helpful!
Dr Z ...Read more
I am a 45 year old male. My restin heart rate is 42-44bpm. When running a 3 mile sub 6 min/mile pace my max heart rate touched 205bpm. Is this normal?
A little fast But...: A healthy teen should have a slightly lower resting heart rate if in good physical condition. This rate may be a function of anemia, lack of exercise, or general low activity level. Have a routine physical exam and mention this to your doctor to assure no medical concerns. ...Read more
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