beats per minute


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beats per minute

Cardiac pacing The unit of measure for the frequency of heart depolarizations or contractions each minute–or pulse rate
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Then multiply your 30-second pulse rate by two to determine your pulse in number of beats per minute.
If your pulse rate is below 120 beats per minute and you are under 50 years of age, or below 100 beats per minute and you are over 50 years of age, you can safely assume that the exercise in which you were involved was not too strenuous.
Beats Per Minute runs workplace seminars to educate people on how they can up their activity, even if they are at work all day.
Then lower the resistance to a light setting and spin until your heart rate comes down to around 120 beats per minute.
6 beats per minute, nearly 8 beats per minute faster than that of whites taking the same test.
It said the usual range was 70 to 90 beats per minute.
Breakbeat: Uses high-speed samples of hip-hop and sometimes reggae at 130-160 beats per minute.
A smoker's daytime heart rate is, on average, 8 to 10 beats per minute higher than a nonsmoker's.
The gum chewers performed 35 per cent better than the other two groups, mainly because the heartbeat of the gum chewers increased by an average of threeto four beats per minute.
If your average morning pulse has been 50 beats per minute and all of a sudden it shoots up to 60 or 65, it's time to let your body rest for a couple days,'' Cianca said.
Morning heart rate was 6 beats per minute slower on average in the Cardizem(R) LA group.
He tested 28 students on a driving simulator with music from a slow 60 beats per minute up to 120.