What heart rate is considered normal in humans?

How many cuts does our heart for one minute, you can see how we are healthy. For example, frequent palpitations may signal that the person had a problem with the nervous system and immunity. If every human being dropped, this could be a symptom of increased intracranial pressure, hypothermia or poisoning. Many doctors believe that a dormant heart of a healthy person makes 60-80 beats per minute. But the results conducted by American scientists studies have shown that all this time the doctor could seriously be wrong and not notice patients signs of developing serious diseases.

About the new opening of scientists from the United States was written in the scientific journal PLOS ONE. In scientific work the researchers studied heart rate at least 92 thousand people. All of them had average age at 46 years and that they during the year she wore the bracelet for tracking heart rate. As it turned out, the “normal” heart rate in different people may vary. If one person is 60 beats per minute is the norm, then the other so the heart rate can be a signal for the development of cardiovascular diseases.

Increased heart rate is called tachycardia, and reduced — bradycardia.

How many beats per minute does a human heart?

During the study data 92 thousand participants in the study found that the heart rate in people between 40 and 109 beats per minute. Scientists surprised so a large range of heart rate of people. In the course of further work it turned out that the heart of men makes from 50 to 80 beats per minute, and for females from 53 to 82 beats per minute.

According to scientists, the heart rate can be affected by such factors as the age, body weight and presence of harmful habits like excessive alcohol consumption and Smoking. At some point, people experience dramatic changes in the frequency of strikes and this is especially true for women. According to scientists, this is due to hormonal changes that occur during each month. Changes in heart rate were observed in different seasons of the year. For example, in January people’s hearts beat more often than in June.

Eventually, scientists concluded that such thing as a “normal heartbeat” may not exist. It turns out that when the doctor sees that the number of heartbeats of the patient is 70 beats per minute and calls it healthy — it can be very wrong. As mentioned above, for some people 60-80 beats per minute can actually be an indicator of a normal heartbeat, but others due to the characteristics of the organism may be a need for a more intensive rhythm of the heart.