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    56 is that good? I heard anything between 70-80 is fine but is lower good? Apparently lower = healthier.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    56 is that good? I heard anything between 70-80 is fine but is lower good? Apparently lower = healthier.
    Normal range is 60-100; it's normal to have a lower heart rate if you're athletic (lower heart rate is usually an indicator that your heart is in 'better shape', because it can pump out more blood in one beat than others, so beats slower to meet the same demand - indicating a higher level of cardiovascular fitness. Hence "lower=healthier").

    60 for me.
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    Exactly 80!

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    About 54. My body is in standby mode.
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    46 :lolwut:.
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    88 although I do have a cold atm
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    76... Is that bad or good?
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    did i win?
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    76!
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    72 bpm
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    88 better then the 104 it was a few months ago
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    (Original post by That Bearded Man)
    Standard medical OSCE exams expect you to count to 30 and double it, never 15 secs and quadruple it.
    This. Because then for the 2nd 30 seconds you can take the respiratory rate...whilst pretending to take the pulse
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    68 - is that good or bad?
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    (Original post by moya)
    There is an app for smart phones, search for "Instant Heart Rate" (it uses the camera/light to measure colour changes, it's very accurate)
    it's not! never works...
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    100 I'm going to do it again. I could feel the rate increasing. I think I got nervous too easily ha.

    I got 78 when I did it for 30 seconds then multiplied by two. A higher rate can be the result of dehydration. I've just woken up, so I took a long drink, lay back and relaxed and did it again for longer.
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    My feeble mind can't count seconds and heart-rate at the same time

    EDIT: Then I thought... stopwatch.
 
 
 
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