Heart Rate Slows Without Complaints In Adolescents Aged 17 Years?
, I want to ask Andika name, my age 17Thn My heart rate is slow huh? 1 minute heart beat more minutes than my heartbeat, Is that Normal? There is no pain that feels or weakness … love running … is it dangerous. ?? Please answer, thank you
Hello Andika, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
The number of heartbeats that are said to be normal based on the reference used to date is 60-100 times per minute. If the results of your calculations in several examinations in calm conditions are still within that range, then your heart rate is still said to be normal.
In certain conditions, such as those who regularly exercise, an athlete or someone who is young and healthy, the heart rate can be below the number 60 times per minute without any complaints and this is a condition that is not dangerous and does not require therapy any.
However, if the heart rate is below this number and is accompanied by complaints such as dizziness, frequent fainting, the body feels tired, shortness of breath, chest pain, fatigue during activities or causes disturbances in concentration, then this condition should be examined further by a doctor because it can course is caused by other conditions such as decreased thyroid hormone production, disruption of the body's electrolyte balance, heart muscle damage, or side effects of certain drugs.
If you are not sure of the results of your heart rate calculation, you should consult directly with your doctor to do a direct examination of how your heart rate is, whether or not it has an abnormality, although it does not cause complaints.
I hope this helps.