I wouldn't say it is "Dangerous", just not a good idea. The idea of aerobic exercising is to keep your heart rate at a constant pace for 20 to 30 minutes. When you stop to take your heart rate, your heart rate goes down(contributing to not getting an accurate reading of your heart rate.…
My heart rate has jumped as well. When I was working out the other day the machine started yelling at me b/c my heart rate was so high. Is this dangerous at all? Should I be working out less b/c of it?
I have only been on strattera for three days. Everyone is touting it as a no…
you probably have some type of arrhythmia. You need to go to the doctor?
A resting heart rate of 70 is still average. 50bpm is actually lower than average so you should be ok. If it goes from 50 to 70 then back to 50 quickly while you are still sitting or lying, you could just be having pvc's…
In a study out of Oxford University, Dr. P. Sleight and his investigators found that listening to music initially effects change of heart rate that is directly proportional to the tempo of the music and possibly to the complexity of the rhythm. They also found that the style of the music or the mu…
I assume you mean you are asking why your heart would race for no apparent reason, when you are at rest and not exercising. It could be a panic attack, but you would probably recognize that in other ways (a general feeling of fear). Perhaps a heart flutter from caffeine? Everyone dreams every half h…
Yes, it is possible to feel pulses all over your body. However, if you have recently become more aware of your pulses in your head, it might be a good idea to have your blood pressure checked.
Answer That depends on if you are active or resting. You resting heart rate may also depend on a number of factors. If you are basically fit and in the proper weight range, your resting heart rate is likely to be in the 70-80 bpm range. Answer For exercise, you can find an approximate max heart …
Men: 70 beats per minute
Those are resting values.
Anywhere from 60-120 is average at rest.
It gets complicated if you want to know about exercising heart rates-
Heart rates increase with physical activity - But in general the better …
The average resting heart rate in children starts high and continues to decrease until the normal adult range of 60-100. The normal range for an 8 year old at rest is about 70-110. With exercise, however, this can increase to 200.
Caffeine is a stimulant which will cause an increase in heart rate. This increase should just be temporary, like the increase during exercise. Usually with an increase in HR, there is an increase in BP. As for severely increase, it shouldn't but it will depend on how much caffeine your tal…
Your resting heart rate should be between 60-100 beats per minute. If you are an athlete or train a lot, your resting heart rate could be lower. That is an average. Resting heart rate above 150 is tachycardia (fast). During exercise, you should shoot for between 40-60% of your heart ra…
There is no way to predict something of that nature as individuals differ in gender (obviously), size, age, physical condition, etc. The heart rate for an adult is 60-100 beats per minute with the average being 72. A rapid heartbeat can be caused by any number of reasons, some common ones …
220 minus your age.
Therefore if you are 30
However there are various other methods of calculation.
It also depends on what exercise you are doing and how fit you are already.
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in US Navy SEALs heart rates above 200bpm have been measured on…
it depends on what your age is for example if your eighty two or something your heartrate will be about up to 72 beats per minutue....and if you are 4 or five or even you have a newborn then about 100-140 beats per minite.... thank you for reading this! -IM a doctor so that's why i know this Inform…
Heart rate is around 100 and temperature is the same as an adult
98.6° Fahrenheit (37° Celsius)
Talk to your doctor they will be able to give you the range which is "normal" for your body type!!!
The average heart rate is about 10-30 bpm when a kid is not running or has not just ran .What? Are you nuts? Dump this site for answers. You are in need of a pacemaker if your heartrate is 10-30 bpm.
As a layman what I know is that the normal heart rate of anyone aged 10+ is defined as 60-100 bpm, although there have been some studies suggesting lowering the top number to 85 for men and 90 for women (who usually have a slightly higher heart rate). I also know that children usually have a higher…
There are some females fully grown with same size or even bigger.
Normal heart rate at 6 weeks is around 90-110 beats per minute (bpm) and at 9 weeks is 140-170 bpm. See http://www.ob-ultrasound.net/
Yes. Girls mature at different rates and ages.
yes, its actually pretty sexy!
Typical Heart Rates A heart rate of anywhere between 60-80 beats per minute is considered normal for the average adult. Atheletes may have a slower rate, as low as 40, if they're in great cardio shape.Children have higher heart rates, about 80-120 beats per minute.The resting heart rate of a newborn…
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That is the pressure the blood is at when your heart pumps. Basically it's the highest pressure your blood reaches in your body.
aka: Systolic pressure
the pressure in the heart during diastole (when it is not beating)
i think that is normal because weight depends on height, no offense, but 4'8" is a little short for a 12 year-old, that's how tall i was in 5th grade though so don't feel bad!!!!! i think you are perfect, i would think for your height you should weigh aroun 70 so your great!!!! when i was that tall …
60-100 beats per minutea healthy human's heart beats about 80 times a minute.for men it is 64 - 72 beats per minute.
for women 72 - 80 beats per minute.
No, it is not dangerous. A normal heart rate falls between 60-100 bpm for a normal person. Chances are you were experiencing anxiety at only 112 bpm. If you reduce your stress and anxiety and your heart rate remains over 100 bpm, that is considered abnormal, but in of itself not dangerous. A medical…
To take a pulse, hold the wrist with only your two fingers pressed
gently on the inside of the wrist. Palpate gently until you feel
the pulse pulsating, and then count the number of pulse you feel
for one minute. You can also do this by pressing your two fingers
just under the chin bone on either si…
The heart rate slows to reduce the amount of oxygen used by the heart, and the amount available for use by muscles for the penguin so that it can stay longer underwater
Your pulse is the number of times your heart beats in a minute; it's your heart rate.
The rhythmical throbbing of arteries and veins produced by the regular contractions of the heart, especially as palpated at the wrist or in the neck. Here is a general standard of pulse rate (P…
If you are a long distance runner or triathelete, this may be normal for you. Otherwise you may have a condition called bradycardia, and you should be evaluated by a physician.
Resting Pulse Rate
PR < 40 BMP - Below healthy resting heart rates.
PR 40-60 BPM - Resting heart rate for sleeping.
Your pulse indicates how many times per minute your heart beats. It's your heart rate, and is one of your vital signs. You can feel your pulse on your wrist below your thumb and also on the side of your neck.
Pulse is the rhythmical throbbing of arteries and veins produced b…
Music has been found to "tame the savage beast" so why not lowering blood pressure or stress in general! Some individuals may prefer soft and calming music while others may find that heavy metal; rock; soft rock, etc., soothes them. The individual has to find what is the most soothing to them and …
It matters how their mind functions and how they feel at the time my child's' 12 and she talks about alot of things besides boys mostly about the her pastusually talk about boys
Respiration and heart rates change greatly during physical
activity. How much they fluctuate can depend on the intensity and
duration of the workout. Respiration and heart rate will double at
times during an exercise routine.
You should try lose a little weight, but don't worry about it much, 14 yr old are growing and therefore shouldn't be stick thin. If she does sport it might be muscle, rembember muscle weighs more than fat. Also if she is uncomftable with how she looks i would advise losing weight, but if not stick a…
The number of times your heart beats in a minute, the heart rate.
up to 60-100
What is your maximum heart rate?
To figure out your heart rate at any age you must subtract your age from 220 if your male and from 226 if your female. For a 15 year old the normal heart rate should be around 205. That number will be your maximum heart rate. In one minute, for a healthy teen your…
An average adult breathes about 0.5 L of air per breath at rest. Normal air contains ~ 0.03 % of CO2 which gets enriched to 4 % of exhaled air. The difference, 3.97 % is what you exhaled. One mole of air at room temperature have a volume of ~22.4 L (use ideal gas equation p*V=n*R*T, p=pressure [bar]…
Video games can increase your heart rate based on how you react to the game that you are playing.
Normally your heart rate should not increase. It should beat at a rate that it normally would even before pregnancy. Although your heart rate doesn't increase, your blood pressure should be rising due to the significant increase in the volume of blood circulating in the body.
The normal heart rate …
The Body Temperature of a budgie bird is 55 deg c+
sit down. relax. count the number of times your pulse beats in 15 seconds and multiply that by 4.
The term is derived from the Greek tachy (fast) and cardia (heart) and is usually defined as a heart rate faster then 100 beats per minute. Its significance is usually mainly as a sign that something else may be wrong and is only rarely dangerous in and of itself. Times when it can be dangerous inc…
130/90 That depends from patient to patient especially if you are a heart patient or on medication. You really should contact a cardiologist or your family doctor. They may have some sites that they recommend for patients like you and for your condition.
Mine beats at 1 per every second so I'm not sure. (I'm 13 but swim 11 hours a week)
average adult at rest 15-20 breaths per minute over 25 or under 12 indicates a possible medical abnormality newborns breathe 40 avg maximum whilst at work/play/sport is 50 no known study indicates a difference in humans due to gender Breathing rate will vary according to ones emotional state, wh…
it is responsible for vial life functions such as breathing heartbeat and blood pressure it is the most simple part of the human brain
I think its pretty normal mine is 6 inches too and I'm the same age as you :)
Im 10stone And 12years
Normal blood pressure is 120/80 or below
just relaxJust sit down and take a break for a moment and relax. It should slow down, if not within an hour maybe see a doctorI've also found it easy to take big breathes! I suffer from panic attacks, and found it easy to sit down and close my eyes and hold my breath (Inhale a big swoop of air) And …
The normal range result of a pulse oximeter is 95% to 100%. Anything lower than that means there's not enough oxygen getting to your body. Saturation of peripheral oxygen (SpO2) tells the observer or clinician how much oxygen is dissolved in the blood of the subject under observation. And SpO2 is o…
digoxin is a drug that slows heart rate.
the normal heart rate is 60-100 per minute
three channel feed that generates a sum channel pattern and two delta channels (Delta X and Delta Y)
Yes, alcohol is a vasodilator - it makes the peripheral
blood vessels relax to allow more blood to flow
through the skin and tissues, which results in a drop
in blood pressure. In order to maintain sufficient
blood flow to the organs, the heart rate increases.
Your breathing rate m…
Generally the answer is yes.
Athletes for example tend to have slower heart rates than normal, and normal folks have slower heart rates than us old goats.
There is such a thing as a heart rate that is too low. If your heart rate is less than 50 or 60 beats per minute, and you are not a really fit, y…
This depends on several factors, but is usually considered outside the normal accepted range, so perhaps it is worth getting it checked out by a medical doctor. (You may have a condition known as arrythmia, called bradycardia). It is impossible to say if you have an arrythmia, which is an abnormal …
This all depends on how long that person lives for, but if we take the average person surviving the average age of a human life-span (approximately 80 years), then the average persons heat will be a staggering three billion times! However, some people have what is known as a rapid heartbeat. This is…
80-120 bpm. As age increases, your heart heart should decrease.
normal respiratory rate is 12-20 breaths per minute over 20 is called tachypnoeaunder 12 is called bradypnoeaa patient in respiratory arrest will need artificial respiration until the cause is identified and treated.in basic life support you would give 2 rescue breaths to every 30 chest compressions…
Yes, it high. The normal pulse range is 70-75 for males, with females usually slightly higher, 75-80. A pulse over 100 is called arrhythmia, or more specifically tachycardia.
However, certain things can increase your heart rate such as excitement, nervousness, caffeine, some medications, anemia, o…
The purpose of reading a pulse is to measure the heart rate. The pulse rate can alert us to difficulties in our health, and it a person's pulse is too high or too low, it can indicate some sort of medical issue. The pulse is one of the vital signs that medical personel collect when a patient arrives…
206. Any given person's maximal heart rate is equal to 220-(their age).
yes, it can detect, your pulse rate will increase because of the volume of your blood
It is ok. The ideal figure is 120/80. But as you grow older, it will get a little higher. Don't worry , you are just fine. Caution! One should not be so hasty to say "you are just fine". If the diastolic rate (the lower number) is too low, the flow of blood is too low to deliver enough oxygen and nu…
Maximum heart rate is the highest number of times per minute that your heart can contract as per a formula that most fitness and medical experts will tell you is NOT 100% accurate. There are many factors that can throw this number off (fitness level, medications, etc..)With that in mind, it IS Possi…
a pulse is taken by putting the middle and index finger on either the wrist or side of the neck and counting the amount of throbs felt for ten seconds then multiplying by six
Yes , the pulse is coming from your abdominal aorta which is located near the stomach.
In the USA, heart transplants cost about $145,000.00 but this does not include the separate doctor / specialist / surgeon's fees, anesthesia, tests, and costs for complications. It also does not include the ongoing costs of anti-rejection medications. Medicare and Medicaid might cover some costs, b…
YES! When a person is dehydrated there is less fluid in the blood, or a lower "blood volume". This means that it takes more effort to circulate the blood. What would usually take the heart one beat to circulate the blood isn't enough, thus the heart has to beat more often. Overall result Increased h…
1170 times in 24 hours
An infant's pulse that falls between 140 and 160, is considered "normal"
The resting heart rate of a newborn is from 120 to 160, 0 to 5 months is 90-140, 6 to 12 months is 80-140 and 1 to 3 years is 80-130 beats per minute (taken from Related Link).
Yes, that is normal. Here is a general standard of pulse rate (PR).Resting Pulse RatePR < 40 BMP - Below healthy resting heart rates.PR 40-60 BPM - Resting heart rate for sleeping.PR 60-100 BPM - Healthy adult resting heart rate.PR 100 BPM - 220 BPM - Acceptable if measured during exercise. Not a…
Normal range is 60 to 100 beats per minute. Here is a general standard of pulse rate (PR).
Resting Pulse Rate
PR < 40 BMP - Below healthy resting heart rates.
PR 40-60 BPM - Resting heart rate for sleeping.
PR 60-100 BPM - Healthy adult resting heartrate.
PR 100 BPM - 220 BPM - Acc…
Take the pulse/heart rate, or beats per minute, and multiply by 60. The multiplier 60 converts the beats per minute to beats per hour. Take that answer and multiply by 24. The multiplier 24 converts beats per hour to beats per 24 hour day.
ie. Average pulse = 70
70 x 60 = 4200
If you are an adult your pulse should be between 60-100 beats per minute.
However, if you are an athlete, or are very physically active person, it is normal for you pulse to be lower than 60 beats per/min. I was in a Med. Class and there was a girl who ran in competitions and had an average pulse…
The pulse rate is a measuring of your heartbeat and is counted every time it beats. If I had a pulse rate of 56 beats per minute it would be written like this; 56bpm. You can find your pulse rate on your temple (your right side down of your head) your wrist (felt better on the right hand) and your…
I'm assuming that you heard this term from a practitioner of Chinese Medicine. If it's referring to something else, disregard this answer. In Chinese Medicine a thready pulse is one way to translate the Chinese term Xi Mai, which describes a pulse that is thin and most often weak in qualit…
For a 16 year old girl, it is between 60 and 100, with the average girl having a pulse of 80 beats per minute.
Source: Nelson - Textbook of Pediatrics, 18th edition
The answer to your question is no. Your heart should beat from at least 70 to 100 maybe. Actually a normal resting heartrate for an adult male is anywhere between 60-100 beats and depending on fitness lower than 50.
A resting pulse is your heart rate when you are resting. Our heart rates vary with different levels of activity, and when we are active, our heart rate rises. The resting heart rates vary from individual to individual, and can be an indication of general health. That's why we see medical p…
Any irregularity of the heart (arrhythmia) should be reported to the doctor or pediatrician. Although is may be just a normal occurrence, much more serious causes such as heart disease or cardiac conditions may be present in the baby. Other common causes of arrhythmia include dysfunction of the sino…
120/80 mmHg - it can vary but little 120-125/80-90
Heat Rate is an expression of the conversion efficiency of power generating engines or collectively plants. The typical unit for this is Btu/kWh, or British Thermal Units per kilowatt hour. For example 8,000 Btu/kWh means that 8,000 Btu of heat energy which is input into the engine will result in co…
as the muscles are being used more and more blood is required to be pumped to them in order to keep them well oxygenated.
Exercise, stress, coffee...
Around 75 bpm, give or take.
its actually 72 beats per minute.
The normal heart rate for adults is between 60-100 beats per minute. However, medications and certain conditions can raise and lower your normal pulse rate. Additionally, people who are very physically fit sometimes have a much lower resting heart rate. See your doctor to determine what a proper hea…
The normal pulse rate for an adult is 60 to 100 beats per minute. In general, people that are physically fit have lower resting pulse rates, while people that are less physically fit tend to have a bit higher resting pulse rates.
Target heart rate (THR) zone is a term we've all heard. The idea is to engage in an activity that gets the heart to beat at a certain rate, for a certain length of time, for a certain number of sessions per week, achieving optimum cardiovascular heath and maximum fat burning. There is a simple formu…
The average resting heart rate for an adult is between 60 and 100 beats per minute, while well-conditioned athletes can achieve between 40 and 60 beats per minute. The maximum pulse rate is 220 minus your age, and the target for a healthy pulse rate during, or just after, exercise, is 60-8…