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Is high HEART RATE dangerous for you?

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Kim Zharkou

Hi Danny! What's about low HR? Is it ok if I am having 40 bpm at rest? As well as 85 60 blood pressure? Does it mean I am super fit?

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On 6.05.2018 at 9:10 AM, Kim Zharkou said:

40 bpm at rest

Hi there, mine is about 43 bpm. My blood pressure usually somewhere about 118/82, so higher than yours, but still low. It is very individual, but I would check the Echocardiography, if I was you. In my case, the only disadvantage of having low pressure is dizziness whan I switch from low positions in yoga, to standing positions.

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Luiperd

Good day, I followed the Youtube channel for some time now, and felt like I can say something here regarding heart rate. As you mentioned, it is very individual. I am 35 years old, my resting heart rate is 43, blood pressure 108/64, just did a race yesterday, avg heart rate 193 max 201 over 1hour and 20min. This has always been the case with me, I have a very high active heart rate from when I can remember using my first heart rate monitor.

 

 

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I set my max heart rate on my Garmin as 215, thus having a reading of heart rate zone 5 for very long times.

 

 

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Majdi Saibi

My heart rate goes up and down very quickly. My rest heart rate is 62bpm and when I run (using treadmill) I get 200bpm easily (6mph).

Walking my heart rate will be 130bpm. I'm 25 years old 95KG and 178cm.

Any thoughts please?

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