Read the Facts on Normal Resting Heart Rate

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Your heart pumps the least blood when you're at rest to provide your body with the oxygen it needs.

The human body's heart rate is an important health indicator. It counts how many times the heart beats or contracts per minute.

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Adults have normal resting heart rates between 60 and 100 beats per minute.

Your resting heart rate may indicate a problem if it deviates from these parameters and becomes excessively high or low.

When your heart rate is particularly high at rest—over 100 bpm—you have tachycardia.

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This condition occurs when your resting heart rate is unusually low, below 60 beats per minute.

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Bradycardia: