What's your normal heart rate during regular activity (not resting, not exercising)?
What's your normal heart rate during regular activity (not resting, not exercising)? I've always found that my "normal" heart rate seemed a bit uncomfortably high, but I don't know if I'm just being anxious about nothing.
Can anyone tell me what your "normal" pulse rate is during daily activities, standing walking, shopping, talking, etc.?
I'd really appreciate some feedback and responses on this.
I've been to the cardiologist and they've found nothing unusual.
I would say between 85-110 bpm without resting would be normal, but a few beats higher or lower wouldn't necessarily be abnormal. Just my take though.It really depends on ones conditioning and what might be normal for certain individuals.
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