My heart rate jumps from the 60s to 90s resting randomly. Is this normal?

Unusual. It's unusual for the heart rate to vary that much without an increase in physical activity,emotional upset, or ingesting stimulants. I suggest that you wear a holter monitor for 24 hours to document your heart rate and rhythm if you desire to find out what is taking place.

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I'm a man, 24 yo. My heart rate jumps from 60 to 85 BPM very quickly when I'm sitting down, resting for an hour. I workout 6 days/week. Is it normal?

There is a normal. Fluctuations of heart rate between the phases of respiration in a normal person. 85/min is a normal heart rate. Are you having any other symptoms? Are you drinking coffee or energy drinks in excess? Are you using drugs like marihuana? If u have no other symptoms and u can exercise without any problems, you are probably ok. But, a good history and physical a good idea if that bother you. Read more...

Is it normal to have a heart rate over a 100 during rest?

Heart rate. HR can go up to 100 or even higher without significant activities, however there is usually some excitement or other factor, if average HR at rest is 100 or above you need to be checked. Sometimes other factors such as anemia, hyperthyroidism can elevate your heart rate besides some rhythm problems. Read more...

Is having a heart rate lower than 60bpm normal? Mine is 54bpm at rest

Heart rate. Many people who are fit and physically active will have a heart rate in the 50's. Can be sign of being healthy. Meds such as n blockers will keep pulse low. If you symptomatic with chest pain or getting light headed get checked. Read more...

I'm courious what heart rate variation in percentage could be considered as normal during a 4 minutes measurement at rest?

Depends. It does depend a bit on age, but in general there is data that suggest at rest there is less than a 10 beat per min variation at rest, which approximates out to around 12%. Again this varies on age, medications being taken and underlying disease that one might be afflicted with. Hope this helps. Read more...

Heart rate resting is 65 normally at this time of day its 77 should I be worried about it getting to low especially at night?

Not necessarily. You are taking propranolol which can slow the heart rate as a normal effect of the medication. A Dr would need to know why you are taking this medication in order to evaluate you. Sometimes this medication is purposely give to lower the heart rate. Some athletes have resting heartbeats in the 50-60 bpm range which is normal for them. Speak with your physician who knows you best. Read more...

Heart rate is 58 right now at rest im freaking out its normally 74 help anyone I feel fine just scared what it will be tonight?

No need to be scared. Seeing that you are on Propranolol (a beta blocker) that works to lower heart rate, I am not surprised by your heart rate of 58 bpm. Suspect you are taking it for headaches? As long as you do not feel as though you are going to pass out, you are fine. If you exercise, or are fit, your resting heart rate may be low and then lowered further bc of propranolol. Normal HR 60- Read more...