The pulse always takes into account absolutely all your characteristics and load. Tracking your morning heart rate is of immense benefit to athletes, but it can also be used by ordinary people.
Our cardiovascular system is the very first to react to any changes in our body. The easiest way to monitor your health is to measure your pulse every morning. The norm is 60-80 beats in the morning, for non-exercising. Trainees have 35-55 strokes.
Constant endurance training, at the correct heart rate, leads to a decrease in these indicators. But this takes time. Changes in the body occur gradually, the main thing is to make aerobic exercise a good habit. Therefore, the state of rest in aerobic athletes (marathoners, skiers, swimmers) To pump the same volume of blood requires fewer heartbeats than the heart of an untrained person.
How to measure your pulse in the morning?
As soon as you wake up, without getting out of bed, you need to count your heart rate for 1 minute. Within a week, you will understand what your average heart rate is. And further increasing it by 10 strokes will be stress after a load or a hard day. And if it has increased by 30, then your health is worth paying attention to!
With exertion, during sports, the heart rate can rise significantly.
People with cardiovascular diseases are advised to regularly measure their heart rate during exercise. It is not recommended that it exceed 85% of your maximum heart rate. Maximum heart rate is calculated using the classic formula: 220 minus age.
It should be remembered that children have a higher heart rate than adults.
The pulse can be measured independently by palpation, on the wrist. It is enough to count the pulse in 15 seconds, and then multiply by 4. If you have an irregular pulse, you need to count the pulse in 1 minute.
If you are exercising, a heart rate of 50 beats may be normal. If you are not a sports person, then such a pulse can lead to dizziness.