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Friendly reminder to lower your resting heart rate
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>>61994729
No.
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>>61994729
36 seems unnaturally low
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>>61994729
50 when sleeping
70 normal
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>>61994761
It Goes down to 30 when sleeping
>>61994755
What's your RHR? do you do cardio?
>>61994775
That's within a healthy range. If you can get that 70 down to 60s you'll be golden
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>>61994799
is it normal? 70 while sitting infront of pc not doing shit?
i thought 50 was good
im 220 @ 6 feet
ill die before i give up my gains
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>>61994823
Healthy range is 60-100
Of course the closer to 60 the better.
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>>61994799
I don't do cardio, that's catabolic and stressful. I lift heavy. I shoot for RHR of 85-95 bpm, that's when I feel the most dopaminergic.
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>>61994894
lol
Fatty
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>>61994729
What’s your 5k run / 500 m swim time?
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>>61994729
I'm at 55-60 bpm while resting. When I actively try to relax/meditate I can go as low as 45-46.
>mfw
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>>61995038
same, plus im 20+% bf and can barely run a 5k in 30 mins
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>>61994729
What kind of cardio do you do to get it so low?
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>>61995414
long distance
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>>61994729
I have a friend who's resting heart rate is 110 and her doctor said its not issue. Is he trying to kill her?
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>>61994729
sometimes i got baked as fuck on pure thc and when i go to sleep my heart rate is so fucking low. sometimes my body juts, im guessing ot increase my heart rate cus it literally feels like ive just died.
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>>61994729
And now post your body
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>>61995038
Pretty much me
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>>61996030
Was it a foreign doctor?
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>>61995858
What are your times?
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>quit adderall
>resting bpm drops by 15
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>>61996278
whodathunkit
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>>61996278
I'm OP and I take Dexedrine (40mg IR a day)
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>>61996465
>may cause irregular heart rate, heart failure
May god have mercy on your soul.
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>>61994729
How? I feel so damn anxious all the time. I work medical and I took my pulse ox for shits n giggles a week ago and noticed my HR was 90-110 at all times. I re tested a few days in a row and it was the same. I was able to lower it into the 80s momentarily by focusing on calming down and breathing normally but I’d rather it naturally be at something lower like 60.


Is the anxiety the cause of it being so high or am I anxious because it’s so high or both?
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BITCHES DON'T KNOW ABOUT MY METOPROLOL
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>>61996550
It's always been low, even before I started taking Dexedrine.
>>61995414
I do long distance running and elliptical work (45 minutes). I do one or the other pretty much every single day, I also eat very clean and sleep well.
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>>61996032
>sometimes my body juts, im guessing ot increase my heart rate cus it literally feels like ive just died
It's actually because that's literally what your body thinks is happening. Those juts happen eight before you fall asleep sometimes as well; as circulation rapidly slows to certain body parts (usually legs when falling asleep), your brain starts thinking that the body is dying and starts panicking and sending random signals out
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>>61996203
Yeah it was some indian guy. I'm kind of worried cause i know it could be real bad considering shes in her 20s.
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I'm in the low 40s when sleeping
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>>61994729
>not roiding so your heart becomes ginormous
>not having 0-1bpm at rest
ngmi
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>>61996897
Go to another doctor.
Foreign doctors are incompetent
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Mine is 80 and I'm literally 12% BF. Should I be concerned or what?
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>>61998367
Probably means you don't do enough cardio
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>>61998553
How much cardio do I have to do to get it to 60?
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>>61998576
It may not even be really 60, might have nerves
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>>61996764
>your brain starts thinking that the body is dying and starts panicking and sending random signals out
Total nonsense. You are paralysed as part of the sleeping process so that you don’t injure yourself. This is a part of testing that paralysis. Some people have an issue upon waking related to this where they remain paralysed and in a wakeful dream state known as sleep paralysis.
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i got mine down to 60 so far from 75+, feels good
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>>61994729
Mines been solid at 63bpm for years now
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>>61999160
Good
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>>61998708
Idk man, I heard that on house or some shit. Thought it was a cool factoid, but I guess it's wrong, or I don't remember it right. Not like I was giving medical advice
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>>62000441
Thank you
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>>61994729
Current is 68
N i c e
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>>61994729
How's this?
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i know losing weight will help me lower it a lot but would walking more help too or is it mostly from higher intensity like running, jumping rope, etc
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>>62000751
that's solid.
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>>61996585
I had to take a HR for w separate classes, one first thing in the morning (before I had time to properly wake up/have coffee) and one at about 8pm.
My HR went from 60 in the AM to 90 at night. I can only assume the day's stress and caffeine were to blame. Try taking yours when you first wake up to get a more accurate picture.
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>>61996676
How do I ramp to long distance running if I am 275 and 5'9?
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>>61994729
unless your VO2max is 70+ you have Bradycardia congratulations!!
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>>61995233
congratulations you have Bradycardia, time to see a cardiologist!!
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>>62000824
thanks
>47yo
>work out 3-4 hours a week
>start every workout with 20min rowing or stair climber
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>>62001241
It's 61
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>>62001438
Congratulations then! you have Bradycardia, time to see a cardiologist!!
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>>62002066
Why? I feel fine
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>>62002191
It's over
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based fellow garminbro. Been loving my Vivoactive 4
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>>61994729
My only cardio is kb swings and lots of walking.
28yo/85kg btw
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>>61994729
Enjoy your heart attack when sleeping.
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Does no one on /fit/ cycle?
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>almost exactly 1 beat per second right now.
This pleases my autism.
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Usually lowish 50's, low 40's asleep
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Feelsgoodman
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>>61998708
You’re right about being “paralyzed” during deep sleep but it sounded like he was describing myoclonic jerk/hypnic jerk. Happens to me sometimes too, right as I’m falling asleep.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypnic_jerk
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This thread confirms that the 4 hour sleep meme aside from genetics, is another kike trick
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>>62002197
No
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>>62000846
I’ll try that tomorrow, already had my can of bang and cup of coffee this morning.


Yeah I drink way too much caffeine so I HOPE that’s the cause and my natty HR is like 60-80. I do still need to lower it via more cardio but the caffeine isn’t helping
Does anyone know if too much caffeine significantly affects one ability to do cardio? Makes it harder?
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>>61994729
Mines usually 60-70 now. It used to be 80s. Right now it's hovering around 56. I started doing 15-45 min if cardio daily to cut more. Wonder if that is helping but I didn't think it would be after like 2-3 weeks if it
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my gf's resting heart rate is like 100 and her usual body temperature is 100 F, whats wrong with her?
shes 125 lb 5'4", so not fat
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>5'8"
>215lbs
>52bpm
Aiming for 45 bpm eventually, no rush.
Was at around 62bpm when I weighed 251lbs.
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>>61996676
>>61994729
do you lift or just do cardio?

if you lift, how do you balance long-distance cardio with lifting? I find that it greatly impairs my recovery
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>>61994729
Gang gang (no pic from today, watch is dead)
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>>61994894
>RHR 85-95
Yikes dude. That's a terrible heart rate
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>>62001249
If they have no symptoms, they don't need to see one
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>>61996030
Yes. My doctor saw mine that high once after I left the gym and freaked out. That high for no reason is terrifying
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>>61996032
THC shoots mine through the roof. Goes from 55bpm to like 85. I get tachycardia within the first hour of smoking before it settles
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>>61998576
Just gradually do more. I do 10 minutes before lifting and 30 minutes on off days and mine is below 60
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>>62002706
I do. But not as often as I'd like. Rains a lot here. :/
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>>62004647
Unhealthily
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What does it mean?
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>>61996465
Fuggg, that's a lot, I take this much a few times a week (but I consider myself a junkie). Jacks up my HR like +10 BPM when just chilling but doesn't really do anything to my RHR when sleeping (around 65 - 70 BPM). Been working on the cardio myself with more of a focus on 20 - 30 mins of medium intensity on the exercise bike (I usually prefer the Stairmaster at the gym but gyms have been closed for a year).
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>>61996278
>Quits fucking meth
"Hey My heart rate got back to normal, what kinda Magic is this?"
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>>62006252
Le Adderall is meth meme
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>>61994729
I'd love to have a rhr of 30. That's probably unhealthily slow, but imagine waiting 2 seconds for your next heartbeat. Wild.
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>>62006613
Shit I never thought about it like that...
Image anything longer than 2 seconds
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>>62004647
Pregnant
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>>61994729
Think you're all tough cause you got a low heart rate? My parents' resting heart rates are 0, loser
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>>62007653
Do you miss them?
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>>62006864
shes on hormonal birth control as required for women on accutane, would that cause this?
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my resting heart rate is 101 bpm



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