MY HEART RATE IS 121-124 BPM IS IT DANGEROUS?

No. That heart rate isn't dangerous but it's unclear whether or not it's normal. If you've been active, anxious, have fever, pain, thyroid excess, anemia etc., it may be appropriate. If you're resting and it doesn't slow down over 5 minutes, it's abnormal and you should get an EKG done ASAP for purposes of diagnosis.

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50 y/o woman. I recently started running. Is it dangerous for me to run and elevate my heart rate over 143 BPM for extended periods?

How do you feel? Your body usually gives you clues about its condition under stress. 120 - 144 is about the level you should be - that is 70% - 85% of your maximum predicted heart rate - as long as you have no symptoms. Check with your doctor if you have other medical issues or a history that might require modification of this level of exercise. Enjoy! Read more...

Whats is a dangerous heart rate while doin cardio?

Varies. There is no specific dangerous heart rate during exercise. How fast your heart beats with exercise depends on a number of factors, especially your conditioning. If you are healthy, a heart reate in the 170's or even higher may be ok and tolerated. Now if you have a problem such as coronary disease, the safe heart rate would depend on an assessment by your doctor. A stress test is commonly done. Read more...
Depends on your age. "NormaL" Maximun heart rate is 220 minus your age (220- 22 = 198) That is max. When under supervision (for stress test as an example), it is advisable to get at least to 85% of that heart rate (198 x 0.85 = 168bpm) However: for sustained HR during exercise, you will get benefit from 60-75% of max rate (120- 150 bpm) I hope I did not confuse you with the answer :) Get Started soon. It IS important. Read more...

What do you advise for heart rate of 30. is that dangerous?

Depends. It depends on how long, what time of day, and whether there are any symptoms present. It's not unusual to drop to 30 during sleep or to have a brief spell of 30 while awake. It also depends what caused it: the EKG will have clues. Read more...

What happens if you go over your max heart rate while working out? Dangerous?

No. Really no! you would get exhausted before too long. If you do have a heart issue, though, then it may get acutely worse during strenuous exercise and that would also make you stop. Read more...
Maximal heart rate. Calculations are estimates . If you are heathy enough nothing will happen to you. During exercise you go up to where you can go. I go over mine all the times at 50 y/0. Enjoy your work out. Read more...