Could be. If you are a physically fit individual and do not have any history of cardiac problems or cardiac symptoms and a normal ekg it is very likely normal for you. If you haven't had an ekg it would wise to get one.
Normal, yes! It's common for heart rates of normal individuals to drop during sleep. We frequently see rates as low as high 30s in patients on telemetry in the hospital during overnight monitoring.
My two year old is sleeping and her heart rate is registering in the 140's is this normal. Her 02 sat is at 95/96?
High hr. The elevated heart rate could be related to fever, over active thyroid or heart problem like SVT (supraventricular tachycardia). You need to see your doctor to rule these things out.
My 4 year old has an average heart rate 115-120. Has a sleeping rate 88-92. Actitivity rate 118-125. A week ago had a cold. Is this normal?
A little on Higher. Side. A young children tend to run higher HR than the adult. But usually less than 100. If they are active and their HR can be 110min. However if he/she is just sitting and listening to the story and running 120/min HR, she needs to be checked out by her Doctor. Does she have Bluish discoloration of her lips? Does she get SOB easily? Some of the symptoms you can keep eye on.
8 year old has been sleeping on his back for over an hour his resting heart rate at wrist is 108. Hes on two different sedatives. Is his BPM a litle high?
The heart rate is. Borderline high for a child who is sleeping. Normal resting heart rate for an 8 yr old is 70-110 bpm. The more important question is why is he on two sedatives? That seems like a bad idea. Is this being managed by a doctor? If not, please consult one right away or stop giving the medications.
Normal. As you can see from the chart, 108 beats/min is in the normal range for an 8 year old. If the sedatives lowered the heart rate, the body may compensate to maintain normal.
I'm 18 years old and I was wondering if a heart rate of 63 bpm is healthy. (I am laying down to sleep)?
Yes. Healthy individuals may have resting pulse of 55-70 and sometimes slightly lower in athletes. During strenuous activity intended for cardiac conditioning, a pulse rate in someone age 20 can be as high as 170 is acceptable.
Yes. Since you are considered an adult- the normal rate can be from 60 to 100- it varies on your weight, degree of exercise and stress level Here is a link with more information http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-lifestyle/fitness/expert-answers/heart-rate/faq-20057979.
Absolutely, the. Younger you are the more likely your resting heart rate will be in the lower end of normal (60-100 range). The fitter you are the lower your heart rate. For world class athletes it is not uncommon to find heart rate in the 50's or even high 40's. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap.