The pulse beats several times a minute (the pulse beats a few times a minute is normal)
There is a certain relationship between the heart rate. Generally speaking, within the normal range, the slower the heart rate, the longer the life span, and vice versa. But this is not absolute, because the heart rate cannot be infinitely slow. Strictly speaking, if the heart rate is within the normal range, it is better to have a relatively slow heart rate, especially for heart disease patients, which is better for the body.
We’ve all heard of “heart rate”. In fact, like its pronunciation, there is a proper noun on the heart, called “heart rhythm”. Although the pronunciation is the same, the two meanings are different. Heart rate refers to the number of times a person’s heart beats per minute, for example, 75 beats per minute, that is, 75 beats per minute, 80 beats per minute, and 80 beats per minute.
Heart rate is used to determine whether the rhythm of the heartbeat is normal, or whether the origin of the heartbeat is normal. The normal heart rate is called sinus rhythm, and other non-sinus rhythms refer to abnormal heart rates, such as atrial heart rate, junctional heart rate, ventricular heart rate, etc.
So in our daily life, what is the normal heart rate? We learned in middle school textbooks that the normal range of heart rate is 60-100 beats per minute, but it also varies from person to person.
Theoretically, the normal range of human heart rate is 60-100, but it cannot be generalized. For example, for a healthy heart, time is fast if it is fast, and time is slow if it is slow. When should it be soon? For example, our blood throughout the body increases after exercise. At this time, the heart needs to work faster, so it beats faster than usual. Sometimes it even jumps to 140 beats/min. Young people even soared to 160-180 beats per minute after strenuous exercise.
So when should the heartbeat be slow? When we go to sleep, less blood is needed throughout the body, and the heart works less, slowing down the heart rate. It is normal for some people to keep their heart rate around 50 when they go into deep sleep. But in life, we usually judge the heart rate by looking at the resting heart rate. This is our heart rate when we are calm and awake.
A study on the relationship between human lifespan and heart rate has been published in a foreign medical journal. Studies have shown that men with a heart rate above 75 beats have twice the risk of death and disease compared with men with a heart rate of around 55 beats. The report also shows that the death rate of people with a heart rate of more than 100 beats is much higher than that of people with a heart rate of about 55 beats. The study lasted 26 years, during which time heart rate was positively associated with an increase in mortality, and the trend was more pronounced in men.
The above is the heart rate of a healthy person, so how do heart disease patients control their heart rate during treatment? Generally speaking, the ideal resting heart rate for patients with angina pectoris and myocardial infarction is around 60 beats, and the risk of complications is lower in this range. For patients with heart failure, the ideal resting heart rate should also be kept at around 60 beats. let’s focus on high bloodpressure on the patient. If the heart rate of hypertensive patients exceeds 80 beats per minute, the heart rate should be lowered as soon as possible. Only by controlling the heart rate as soon as possible can better control blood pressure and prevent cardiovascular diseases.
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