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While actually exercising will cause your pulse rate to increase, when you are fitter your resting rate will be lower than before.

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A child's pulse rate is higher then an adult as they do more exercise but if a child is resting then it will be lower hoped this helped :)


No. Pulse rate is the rate at which the heart beats. Pulse pressure is the difference between the systolic (upper) and diastolic (lower) blood pressures.


The normal pulse rate for an audult is 60 to 100 per minute. If you want to rasie your pulse then run around, if you want to lower your pulse then sit down and drink cold water.


Diet, exercise and meditation


In order to lower a high pulse rate an individual must work to lower their stress and anxiety. Rest, take deep breaths, and try to think calming things.


sitting on a couch doing nothing


A normal pulse is anywhere from 60-100 bpm so if your on the lower end id say its good and the higher end not as good


Yes, the faster you exercise, the higher the pulse rate. Note: your pulse should and will eventually slow down and return to normal.


The breathing rate and pulse rate are related proportionally. If the breathing rate increases, so does the pulse rate. The pulse rate is an indication of the breathing rate.


Why do you have your pulse rate taken? Why do you have your pulse rate taken?


The average adult resting pulse rate is between 70-80 beats per minute. Athletes may have slightly lower pulse rates and obese people higher.


If you exercise regularly, there isn't anything to worry about......in fact lower resting pulse indicates better overall healthand and increased lifespan. The lower your pulse, the longer you live.


Before you start exercising Check your pulse rate for one whole minute as well as after doing your exercise. The better shape you are in, the lower your seated heart rate tends to be.


Lower is usually better since athletic hearts beat slower because they can pump more blood easier.



they have a lower heart rate. younger people have a higher heart rate


You need to accurately check the heart rate. Digoxin can lower the heart rate to dangerous levels. You should not administer digoxin when pulse rate is already below 60.


Yes, exercise effects the pulse rate as it increases the pulse rate.


What was highest pulse rate recorded? What was highest pulse rate recorded?


the average pulse rate of te California blackworm is 7 to 8 beats per minutes, however this rate can be changed or altered easily by in the induction of other subtancses that can either raise or lower the pulse rate (such as caffeine or alcohol.) So thep use rate can very widely


Normal heart rate should be between 60 and 100. The pulse should be regular and strong. If the person is athletic, the pulse may be lower, as low as in the 40's.


Around the 60s-80s is average. But exercise lowers resting pulse rate, and a lower resting pulse rate can reduce your risk of heart attack later in life.


the pulse rate is usually equal to the heart rate


A "good" pulse rate would probably mean a normal pulse rate. For an adult human, your pulse should normally be between 60 and 100. This rate will be lower when sleeping at times, and higher after exercise, or during excitement of some type. However, different medical conditions, drugs, and genetics can change what your normal pulse rate should be. See your doctor for their unique interpretation for you and what your normal range should be.


Your pulse is your heart rate, as you exercise your heart rate goes up and you measure this by checking your pulse.



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