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The normal resting heart beat for the average adult should range between 60 and 100 beats per minute, as stated by the American Heart Association. Trained athletes can have a lower resting heart rate that ranges between ... More »

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Normal heart rate varies based upon age and activity level. A resting heart rate is typically above 60 beats per minute. It changes as an individual ages. The Mayo Clinic explains that a well-trained athlete often has a ... More »

The body controls the heart rate through its own electrical system that ensures blood flows through the heart and lungs in a controlled manner. Issues with the electrical system, such as an arrhythmia, can cause problems... More »

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