Online Normal Target Heart Rate Calculator
The heart rate is the number of heart beats for a given period of time, usually one minute. It varies with the impact of many parameters: sex; age; the physical form; body shape; the presence of a pathology; the emotions; taking medication, etc.
It is possible to measure your heart rate in a very simple way:
Place two fingers (forefinger and middle finger) on an artery, at the wrist for example, or neck.
Count the number of beats thus felt for a minute precisely.
To gain precision, repeat the operation three times in a row and then average the results obtained.
Bradycardia is a slowing of the heart rate. It is part of heart rhythm disorders, such as tachycardia. Bradycardia is when the heart beats at less than 60 beats per minute. Bradycardia may be physiological, in sports such as (runner or cyclist) but this disorder often hides a heart condition.
Tachycardia is an increase in heart rate. There are different types depending on the cause of the disorder such as ventricular tachycardia, sinus tachicardia or bouveret tachycardia.