Is a resting heart rate of 37 beats per minute okay?

Probably no. unless you are an athlete and or taking beta blockers . this is probably not normal other wise see a physician to get evaluated.

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I have a beat of 154 per minute after jogging for exactly 1 minute and my resting heart rate is above 80 per minute is that normal?

Depends. This is probably normal and depends upon your underlying level of fitness. Individuals who engage in regular exercise typically have lower resting heart rates and lower heart rate to a given level of effort expended. If do not exercise regularly it may make sense to build up to jogging by walking first. With your history of thyroid disease, it may make sense to see your doctor to further discuss. Read more...
Need Conditioning. The resting heart rate is fine.A heart rate of 154 after 1 min of jogging is high and suggests that you need to do more aerobic exercise assuming you are not having other symptoms. Read more...

My 6 year old has a resting heart rate of 198 bets per minute. He has no fever. Is this to high?

High heart rate . Yes a heart rate of 198 is too high. He needs to have an ekg and a doctors visit. Could be thyroid problems or an electrical problem of the heart. Read more...
TOO high tachycardia. Dr. Wimberly is quite correct to suggest a visit with the pediatrician to evaluate the tachycardia. But something as simple as chocolate or caffeine intake could cause this level of tachycardia, as could otc medications. Your doctor will review these with you to be sure unnecessary tests or treatments are not done on your child. Read more...
Yes. A resting hr persistently at 198 is too high for a 6 year old. I definitely recommend getting it checked. Anemia, high thyroid, and fever can cause rapid hr, but persistently at 198, i would recommend an ekg at least to rule out some types of arrhythmia like something called svt. Read more...

Shouldn't boyfriend 165lbs 5'8 be concern that his resting heart rate is 87beats per minute?

Heart rate. The normal heart rate varies from 60 to 100. Athletes can have a resting heart rate in the 40's. Heart rate also varies with the activity you are performing such as running, aerobic exercise, swimming in which the oxygen demands of your muscles increases and since oxygen is carried by a protein called Hemoglobin in your blood your heart rate increases to supply the demands of oxygen consuption. Read more...

I'm 37 and my resting heart rate after waking up from sleep is 56-60 on pulse ox. Is this normal? I'm not an athlete.

Yes. some people can have normal lower resting heart rate. The problem is if you have symptoms such as dizziness, lightheadedness, syncope along with these low heart rates. Additionally, some medications can also decrease you are heart rate such as beta blockers. If you asymptomatic then nothing to worry about. Read more...