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I forgot to ask before 75-90 BPM  for a men 26 years at rest is it normal?! im just whatching tv amd its 75-90 sometimes ?! (smoker and 2-3 cofeeaday

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Dr. Daniel McGee
Family Medicine
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In brief: Normal Heart Rate

The ideal range for adult heart rate is 60-100 BPM as long as it is a regular rhythm, that is all beats are evenly spaced.
If you are feeling pain, palpitations, shortness of breath or discomfort you should consult a doctor. Smoking will cause lung, heart and blood vessel damage and effect your body's ability to take in and transport oxygen, & also increase your heart rate & blood pressure.

In brief: Normal Heart Rate

The ideal range for adult heart rate is 60-100 BPM as long as it is a regular rhythm, that is all beats are evenly spaced.
If you are feeling pain, palpitations, shortness of breath or discomfort you should consult a doctor. Smoking will cause lung, heart and blood vessel damage and effect your body's ability to take in and transport oxygen, & also increase your heart rate & blood pressure.
Dr. Daniel McGee
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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
Great answer. Wishing you'all the best.
Dr. George Klauber
Now is a good time to quit smoking - I mean right now and don't postpone it. Lung cancer and COPD are ugly.
Allison Greco
General Practice
1 doctor agrees

In brief: It depends

The normal pulse for a healthy adult is 60-100bpm. If you experience lightheadedness, chest pain, or shortness of breath at rest, you should see your doctor. If you feel your heart pounding or skipping beats, your doctor may need to evaluate you for an arrhythmia.
Coffee will increase your heart rate and may make arrhythmias worse. Finally, smoking is never beneficial to your cardiovascular health.

In brief: It depends

The normal pulse for a healthy adult is 60-100bpm. If you experience lightheadedness, chest pain, or shortness of breath at rest, you should see your doctor. If you feel your heart pounding or skipping beats, your doctor may need to evaluate you for an arrhythmia.
Coffee will increase your heart rate and may make arrhythmias worse. Finally, smoking is never beneficial to your cardiovascular health.
Allison Greco
Allison Greco
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