Heart rate goes up anytime a person engages in aerobic exercise. An athlete who regularly runs, by participating in Track and Field for example, would have a lower resting heart rate than nonathletes.
depressants affect the heart rate by its heart rate
yes it does affect your heart rate
yes, caffeine does affect the heart rate
All video games affect your heart rate. Even the S-T-U-P-I-D ones affect your heart rate. They accelerate your heart rate.
its increases heart rate
increase the heart rate
It increases your heart rate.
Yes sports drinks do affect your heart rate
It does not affect your heart rate. Unless you severely overdose and die. Then your heart rate will be very very low, 0.
Yes, excercise does affect your heart rate. It makes your heart faster of the oxygen and things.
If they get you excited, they will.
Alcohol slows the heart rate.
There are several things that can affect the heart rate. Exercise makes your blood pressure/ heart rate to rise because the heart has to pump blood faster. If you get scared or uncomfortable that can affect your heart rate.
Rap effects your heart rate because it speeds up your heart rate.
The only way it would affect your heart rate is if you got excited or nervous, which would raise your heart rate.
to increase heart rate.
Alcohol increased the heart rate.
I think what you are looking for is a heart rate MONITOR. You calculate what your target heart rate should be using a formula then the monitor helps you keep track of your heart rate.
The heart rate in the human body doesn't actually affect the adrenal glands. Its the other way around. The adrenal glands affect the heart rate by rising the rate over what it actually should be.
Your heart rate can be affected through release in hormones, or caffeine, or exercising, or many drugs can also affect the heart rate by decreasing it.
Lower temperatures cause heart rate to slow.
yes. it will effect your heart rate
Yes, caffeine increases your heart rate.
Caffine will speed up the heart rate.
Yes it does. Slow music decreases heart rate. Rock music increases heart rate.