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What is a normal bpm? I checked mine the past few days and it was 95-100. My blood pressure is usually on low side. Should i worry?

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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Variable

The theoretical peak heart rate for a 28 year old is about 192.
A hr of 192 would be normal for you during peak exertion. A normal resting hr is generally somewhere in the range of 60-100. Mild exertion, anxiety, fever, anemia, caffeine, etc could keep it in the 90-100 range. During sleep, heart rates often dip very low, even into the 40s. Low BP is good if you're otherwise feeling well.

In brief: Variable

The theoretical peak heart rate for a 28 year old is about 192.
A hr of 192 would be normal for you during peak exertion. A normal resting hr is generally somewhere in the range of 60-100. Mild exertion, anxiety, fever, anemia, caffeine, etc could keep it in the 90-100 range. During sleep, heart rates often dip very low, even into the 40s. Low BP is good if you're otherwise feeling well.
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