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Heart rate is high when resting and lower when doing exercise can I get more information on this?

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In brief: Heart rate

First you need to know what's normal.
Normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. You also need to define what excercise in terms of type of activity and duration to determine how your heart rate is affected. My advice is to record your heart rate during rest and different activities and consult your GP

In brief: Heart rate

First you need to know what's normal.
Normal resting heart rate is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. You also need to define what excercise in terms of type of activity and duration to determine how your heart rate is affected. My advice is to record your heart rate during rest and different activities and consult your GP
Dr. Avinesh Ramlal
Dr. Avinesh Ramlal
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Dr. Harold Fields
Family Medicine

In brief: Pulse

That does not make sense.
A pulse monitor would give you a more correct valuation

In brief: Pulse

That does not make sense.
A pulse monitor would give you a more correct valuation
Dr. Harold Fields
Dr. Harold Fields
Thank
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