How fast is a normal heart beat?
It depends on your gender, age, and physical conditioning. In
general, a normal resting heart rate for an adult is between 70-80
beats per minute with women tending to have a slightly higher heart
rate than men. Also children and the elderly tend to also have a
higher rate that can be as high as 100 bpm. The other factor is if
you are physically fit. The more aerobic exercise you do the more
your heart rate tends to be lower, even down to 60 bpm.
well an abnormal heart beat is when A: you have skipping beats B: heart beats fast C: heart beats slow an abnormal heart beating fast is 180,200 or 300 not doing anything an abnormal heart beating slow is 35, (if your not an athlete) 20 or even 18 a skipping heart is an "extra" beat or a "missing" one
Your heart would not beat in a regular pattern. The pacemaker (the natural one) is there to control the beat of your heart which is why when you run your heart beat gets faster to pump more blood around the body. If you do not have one then your heart beat wont beat fast enough if your running or maybe not fast enough at all. That is even if it beats at all>
60-80 beats per minute is about normal for most adults. Faster rate with exercise etc. Children and especially infants hearts beat more rapidly 120-130 not uncommon. When the heart is beating faster that this it is working too hard. The faster it beats the less adequate the circulation. The heart pumps the blood back through the entire body. If it is pumping too fast the body isn't getting good oxygen supply. A heart can beat…