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 What you should know about ‘Heart Rate’

For whatever reason, most people seem not to understand that the heart is muscular in nature and like most muscular parts of the body, adapting to slight changes and varying conditions isn’t a big deal.
To put it simple, heart rate is the speed of our heart beat. This is determined by the number of contraction in the heart per minute. As fragile as the heart may be, it is very adaptive, reactive, sensitive and ultimately central to life and living, therefore, the importance of good knowledge of the heart and its operation is important.

In the following paragraphs, we will be looking at some key facts to note about heart rate:

How do I know my heart rate?

The basic way to know your heart rate is to check your pulse. To check your pulse, press your index and third fingers calmly on your neck.
The heart pulse can also be determined at the wrist by placing two fingers on your wrist (i.e. above the radial artery which is located at the tail end of the wrist, right in between the tendon and the bone).

When you feel your pulse, begin to count the number of times the heart beats in the space of 15 seconds and then multiply by 4 to give you the number of times your heart beats per minute. However, there are smarter ways of knowing your pulse.

What heart rate is normal?

  The question of which heart rate is normal often pops up the mind of many. For 10 years old and above, normal heart rate ranges anywhere from 60-100 Heart Beat per Minute (HBPM). Nonetheless, very active persons can see fall below 60 HBPM to the range of 40-50 HBPM.

What heart rate is high?

Tachycardia is the medical term for high heart rate. A person’s heart rate is said to be high when it is steadily (for more than two minutes) more than 100 heart beat per minute.  High heart rate can be used to quicken the achievement of fitness results.

Is it healthy to have a high heart rate?

 High heart rate cannot be classified as being healthy or unhealthy, it is used to speed up achievement of certain fitness results and dangerous if kept at that level over a prolonged period of time. 

What is the proper heart rate for weight loss?

According to professionals, a safe yardstick for a good weight loss plan is to spend at least 30-40 minutes on cardio exercises for 5-6 days in week. The most important factor in burning fat is the heart rate, try to workout at least 60-70% of your maximum heart rate. 

Benefits of raising a heart rate?

The body system stands to gain a lot from raising the heart rate, some of which are outlined below:
Improved Body Stamina
Weight Loss
Improved Recovery
Better Resistance to viral infections
Decreased Cholesterol

No effort put into attaining knowledge to live a healthier and apparently happier life ever goes to waste. The heart is one of those delegate body part that requires good knowledge and careful handling. High-intensity interval training remains a great way of keeping fit and staying in tune with a happy life. 

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