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Increased heart rate at rest


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I was wondering how many beats per minute stressed people have. I have about 100 at rest and I wonder if it can be so increased because of stress or it is another underlying cause.


So, are you stressed? And how many beats per minute?
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they say 60 to a 100 beats is normal for a man
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Yes, I have been reading around. But they also say stress increases heart rate. Bu the question is. How much does stress increase it?
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Yeah I measured mine years ago was around 70 normal resting rate but up around 90-100 when stressed, anxious, so I guess 20 - 30 bpm increase.






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Yeah I measured mine years ago was around 70 normal resting rate but up around 90-100 when stressed, anxious, so I guess 20 - 30 bpm increase.

I see. I guess I have a problem.
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My usual state is 80-90 bpm and 120-130 when stressed

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Same, usually around 100. Maybe 80-90 when I'm exercising often.

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At rest and stress free, around high 50s - low 60s.

Increases throughout the day with eating, drinking, caffeine, getting up and moving around.

Stress and anxious, around 90-100.

Dunno with exercise since it's a given it will go up drastically.

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My resting heart rate is somewhere around 60-70 when I'm not stressed. If I have coffee and am mildly stressed or overthinking it's somewhere in the high 80's and if I'm panicked it's probably well over 100 haha or at the very least feels like it.

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