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What Is My Heart Rate Supposed To Be
Exercise: In general the rate drops at least 10per cent in the first minute post exercise, depending on conditioning level a variable time after to return to baseline. The better the conditioning the more rapid return to baseline. By 10 minutes resting most people should be back to baseline unless perhaps ran a marathon, etc. ...Read more
What to do if i thought that bulimia was supposed to increase heart rate, so why is mine low at 64 bpm?
I'm supposed to be 7 weeks 5 days (based on iui), and u/s is measuring 7 weeks. Should i be concerned? The heart rate looks great.
I'm supposed to know what a healthy heart rate is after exercise, and also know what isn't healthy.
220-age = max: During exercise, the target is 70 to 80% of ur maximum heart rate, which is 220-ur age (e.g., a 40 yr old has a theoretical max HR of 180 bpm, & 80% of that is 144 bpm). Anything above the max is not healthy if u r not used to exercising. 15 min after exercise (complete rest), ur HR should drop back down to less than 100 bpm. Anything above that means something's not healthy. TTYD or cardiologist ...Read more
Are beta blockers supposed to keep your heart rate within the 60-70 range or are they just meant to control your heart rate to keep it within 60-100?
Depends on dose & pe: The amount of heart rate lowering depends on the dose and how the individual reacts to that dose. For some, the low dose is sufficient to put the resting heart rate all the way back to 60 bpm (or even 50 bpm); for others, it's a dose-dependent phenomenon: the higher the dose, the lower the resting heart rate. What's appropriate depends on the doctor prescribing the med. TTYD or cardiologist soon. ...Read more
How long is it supposed to it take for a drug abuse related arrythmia to convert to a regular heart rate?
....: when you satns up from a seated position the vessels in the body vasodilate causing the blood pressure to slightly decrease which in turn causes a reflex tachycardia ot elevation in pulse. talk to your doctor if you have dizziness, lightheadedness or palpitations... or if you have tachycardia at rest. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Responsiveness to physiologic need is a sign of health. Going up quickly is normal assuming you're not going from 80 to 240! but if you go from 80 to 120 (the exact numbers depend on age) and then come back down quickly with rest, you're very healthy! (hr should drop 10% within 1 minute of cool down). ...Read more
Normal: When you stand, you activate the muscles of your legs and they need extra blood. Gravity causes pooling of blood and to make up for the deficiency and meet the increased need, your heart temporarily speeds up. It's a finely tuned mechanism that has kept us going for a couple of million years (counting apes!). ...Read more
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