A normal heart rate for a 17 year old male is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. If the male is a very active person, his heart rate should be lower and if he is not active it will be higher.
220 minus your age. Ie 204 beats per minute.
Yeah, no. 43 is a good resting heartrate (I'm a 19-year-old female, and mine is 30), but if you're up and around, it's generally kind of odd.
The normal pulse rate for a 16 or 17 year old child is between 60 and 100 beats per minute. If they are at complete rest, they should be closer to the 60 mark.
72 Beats per minute
2 or higher
A rest and with a normal heart the HR ( Heart rate) is between 60 - 100 BPM
60-105 for 11-14 60-100 over 14 heart rate can also be lower than 60 and still be healthy athletes and physically fit people can have a heart rate in the 50's
Absolutely not. That pulse rate is 20% higher than the pulse rate for a normal 2 year old boy or girl. My sources are from myself... I am a cardiologist have been one for 16 years.
Generally, the normal heart rate, or beats per minute, in an adult can range from 50 to 100 bpm. On average though, adult males have a heart rate of 70 bpm. There are several factors which can influence one's heart rate such as age, genetics, and fitness level. For example, a person who is more fit will have a lower resting heart rate on average.
The normal heart rate for adults is 60 to 100 beats per minute. A heart rate, or pulse, of 135 for a 60 year old is abnormal. This is known as tachycardia.
96 is a high pulse rate if the pulse is taken at rest. I have never heard of a year old weighing 158 pounds.
A normal, healthy adult male (or female) should have a pulse rate anywhere from 60 to 100 beats per minute.