Why is my heart rate really low?
In people who are not physically active, a resting heart rate below 60 is sometimes a sign of an electrical problem with the heart, a low thyroid level (hypothyroidism), or damage from a heart attack or heart disease.
Is a heart rate of 50 too low?
The normal range is between 50 and 100 beats per minute. If your resting heart rate is above 100, it’s called tachycardia; below 60, and it’s called bradycardia. Increasingly, experts pin an ideal resting heart rate at between 50 to 70 beats per minute.
What should I do if my heart rate is low?
Call your doctor right away if your heart rate is slower than usual, you feel like you might pass out, or you notice increased shortness of breath.
How can I raise my heart rate?
3 Activities to increase your heart rate
- Spinning is winning. One of the most surefire ways to rapidly increase your heart rate is Spinning.
- Interval training (HIIT workouts) Shorter bursts of high intensity exercise have been proven to increase your heart rate more than steady, low intensity workouts.
Is a slow heart rate good or bad for You?
For most young people, highly trained athletes, and people who exercise regularly, a below-60 heart rate is normal and healthy. It is very possible to have a slow heart rate and experience no symptoms.
What are the effects of slow heart rate?
Fatigue. Having a slow heart rate can reduce the amount of oxygen throughout the body,affecting the function of your organs.
Is 53 a good heart rate?
Yes it is low but the most important rate is the one you normally beat at. Take your own pulse once a day for a couple weeks and over a period of time you will see what your normal is. I am guessing it is somewhere around 53. so for you that would be normally low.