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Heart rate at rest
60 - 100 bpm
In adult and healthy people, the heart rate is in the range of 60-100 per minute.
Heart rate during moderate-intensity exercise
Heart rate during high-intensity exercise

How to Check Your Heart Rate?

  1. You will measure your pulse on the inside of your wrist with your thumb or on the artery on either side of the throat in your neck area.
  2. Use the tips of your first two fingers (index and middle fingers) to gently press the blood vessels in your wrist or neck.
  3. Count the heart rate for 60 seconds (1 minute) or count the heart rate for 10 seconds and multiply by 6, and find your heart rate per minute.

Recommendations to contribute to your health:

Heart rate at rest is an important determinant of cardiovascular surgery diseases in the general population. It is now recognized that positive modification of high-risk health profiles with diet and exercise programs can reduce the risk and is associated with heart rate at rest, heart rate variability, and improving heart rate.

Being physically active is important to prevent cardiovascular diseases. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends the following for physical activity: Moderate-intensity aerobic activity for at least 30 minutes for a total of 150 minutes per week OR high-intensity aerobic activity for at least 25 minutes at least three days a week for a total of 75 minutes. For example, moderate-intensity walking should mean 100 steps per minute or 3,000 steps per 30 minutes. Take control of your health! Consult your doctor.

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Legal warning: The information contained in these health accounts is not intended for medical advice. Heart rate varies from person to person. You should not act by using these contents as reference. If you are concerned about any consequences, consult your physician.


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