How to Monitor Your Heart Health During Exercise?


Keep Track of Your Target Heart Rate:

Your target heart rate is the range of heartbeats per minute (bpm) that is considered safe and effective for your age, sex, and overall health.

Wear a Heart Rate Monitor:

A heart rate monitor can help you track your heart rate during exercise and ensure you stay within your target heart rate zone.

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Pay Attention to Your Breathing:

If you find yourself short of breath or gasping for air during exercise, it could be a sign that your heart rate is too high.

Listen to Your Body:

Pay attention to any unusual symptoms such as chest pain, dizziness, or fatigue during exercise.

Warm-up Before Exercise:

A proper warm-up can help your heart adjust to the increased demands of exercise. Always warm-up before you begin your exercise.

Cool Down After Exercise:

A proper cool-down can help your heart rate return to normal.

Stay Hydrated:

Drinking plenty of water before, during, and after exercise can help prevent dehydration, which can affect heart rate.

Get Regular Check-Ups:

Regular check-ups with your doctor can help you monitor your heart health, including your heart rate during exercise.