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No, because if you have a lower resting heart rate you are usually healthy, but it can depend on the person.

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Elite athletes have lower resting heart rates due to their level of fitness. The fitter you are the lower your resting heart rate will be.


As you exercise it is natural for your resting heart to be lower. Your heart becomes more effiecient and does not need to pump as fast.


A lower resting heart rate is an effect of exercise and as an athlete is more likely to exercise more regularly then their resting heart is likely to be lower.


Well smokers heart beats faster but their heart rate is lower...On the other hand nonsmokers heart beats faster but it depends if their resting heart rate is higher....maybe they do drugs or they have other symptoms that is not good for their heart...even some medicine's are bad for you're heart.


60-100. The lower your resting heart rate, the healthier your heart is (usually).


The resting heart rate of adults is 60-100 beats per minute. The fitter a person is, the lower his resting heart rate is. An athlete, for example, has a resting heart rate of 40-60 beats per minute or lower.


Your pulse rate should be around 70 when you are resting. Higher rates indicate that you are not physically fit and your heart is working harder than it should. Lower rates indicate that you are very fit and your heart is quite efficient at pumping blood.


The ability of an athlete's heart to pump more blood per heartbeat allows for a lower resting heart rate.


It goes lower than the resting heart rate because when you exercise, your heart pumps faster. And when you stop, it has to slow down rapidly to stop you collapsing or hurting yourself. Then it goes to normal resting rate after about 30 seconds.


The average adult resting heart rate is 60 to 100 beats per minute. Athletes may have a lower resting heart rate.


It would depend on the age of the child and how athletic the child may be. Runners have a lower resting heart rate.


The average resting heart rate is 70-90 beats per minute. The heart of a physically fit person, with a resting heart rate of 50, beats 9,512,000 times less per year than an average person's heart with a resting heart rate of 70 beats per minute. The better shape you are in, the lower your resting heart rate will be.


The normal heart rate would be 70 BPM, but the fitter a person is, the lower the resting heart rate would be


A person with a resting heart rate higher than 70 BPM is at a greater risk for heart disease.


Olympic athletes are in a state of fitness that not many other people ever achieve. They have a lower resting heart rate because they have increased efficacy due to exercise.


excercise is the easiest way to lower you resting heart rate because if you excersize your heart becomes stronger and can pump more blood around the body. excercise is the easiest way to lower you resting heart rate because if you excersize your heart becomes stronger and can pump more blood around the body.


not really no ?!! a healthy heart should have a resting heart rate of about 60 - 80 bpm !! the lower it is the better !!!!


The normal resting heart rate for a toddler is anywhere from 70-110 beats per minute. The resting heart rate is slightly lower for adults.


A person with a resting heart rate higher than 70 BPM is at a greater risk for heart disease.


Resting heart rate is the number of times your heart beats per minute when it's at rest. The best time to find your resting heart rate is in the morning after a good night's sleep and before you get out of bed. The average resting heart rate for an adult is 60-80 beats per minute. However, for people who are physically fit, it's generally lower. Also, resting heart rate usually rises with age. - From the American Heart Association.


For some people they simply will have a naturally higher or lower resting heart rate. This is nothing to be worried about and in an adult 70 as a resting heart rate is within the normal range. I have a natural very high resting heart rate of about 114 to 129 and doctors have constantly said do not worry about it it is simply natural


The average resting heart rate for adults can range anywhere between 60 and 100 beats per minute. Heart rates are lower when resting and higher when exercising.


The answer depends greatly on the overall fitness of the drinker. Someone with a lower resting heart-rate will naturally experience a lower 'boost' when drinking caffeinated beverages than someone unfit, who has a resting rate that is much greater.


In a well conditioned 66 year old a resting heart rate of 48 would be quite normal and would indicate a a reasonable level of fitness, for individuals who have continued training for many years their resting heart rate could be even lower, the actually mechanism of how the cardiovascular system adapts to training is probably only partially understood but generally fitter people have lower resting heart rates than sedentary individuals.


chronic aerobic exercise leads to overall lower resting HR which is in and of itself better for the heart.



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