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    Resting Heartrate 92 bpm

    My resting heartrate is 92 bpm, how do I lower it? I used to smoke cigarettes for about a year, I quit. I know 92 bpm resting is horrible but how can i lower it ?
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    Damn dude, is it that high every day?

    I was going to say you can lower it by strengthening your cardiovascular system, but 92bpm is pretty damned high. You might want to go see a doctor.. I'm not kidding.
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    60-80 is the normal resting rate range.
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    "Your resting heart rate is determined by counting your pulse (at your wrist or the side of your neck) for a full 60 seconds. A true resting heart rate should be measured in the morning as soon as you wake up and before engaging in any activity or consuming any stimulants (coffee, etc). Your resting heart rate is a fairly accurate indicator of your cardiovascular fitness level. The better your level of cardiovascular fitness, the lower your resting heart rate will be. The average resting heart rate is 72 beats per minute (bpm). If your heart rate is substantially higher than the average (80-90 bpm) it may be a sign of poor cardiovascular fitness. A resting heart rate higher than usual can also be a sign of overtraining. Low resting heart rates are usually an indicator of excellent cardiovascular fitness. Some marathon runners have resting heart rates as low as 40 bpm or less!"
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    Resting heart rate is individual. Some people have a naturally high rate (e.g. 90-ish), which is not always indicative of poor physical fitness. Lowering it through physical exercise is always good, though, no matter what the initial rate may be.
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    yeah something isn't right there... I am a fitness trainers and I do fitness assessments for members at my gym such as a 3 minute step test, a lot of people end up with a heart rate of 89-115 bpm after doing some decent cardio for 3 minutes. Might wanna see a doctor to ensure your health.
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    Originally Posted by aiwass
    Resting heart rate is individual. Some people have a naturally high rate (e.g. 90-ish), which is not always indicative of poor physical fitness.
    Wrong. Resting heart rate is not "individual" and if a resting HR of 90bpm is NOT the result of poor fitness then as mentioned several times already, he needs to get checked out by a doctor pronto.
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    Heh, according to Wiki, an adolescent's resting heart rate is normally between 80 and 100 BPM. The OP is 17...
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    Your resting heart rate can raise if you have stimulants such as caffeine, Ephedrine, and other drugs. If you drink caffeinated drinks stop and your resting rate should go down.
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    do cardio!

    work your way up to 3+ sessions of 30 minutes

    definatly will help!
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    I just tested mine then- I got 56 bpm. What do you guys get?
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    That is pretty high. You should see your doctor assuming you are taking it at the right time and such. That is what mine used to be and I take medication for it.l
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    Originally Posted by olympic
    I just tested mine then- I got 56 bpm. What do you guys get?
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    Originally Posted by Bushmaster
    Wrong. Resting heart rate is not "individual" and if a resting HR of 90bpm is NOT the result of poor fitness then as mentioned several times already, he needs to get checked out by a doctor pronto.
    Bingo. My resting heart rate is in the lower 50's, and I got it there from training, not because that just my "individual" range.

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    Assuming you are actually taking it properly and not when you just sat down and think that qualifies as at rest; you are in one of two situations
    a) you are unfit - go talk to the doc before starting any major exercise programme
    b) your heart is slightly faulty - go talk to the doc

    In either case, the answer is go talk to the doc.
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    On average normal adult HR is 70 beats per minute with a range between 60-80.

    Anything greater than 100bpm is tachycardia
    Anything less than 60 bpm is bradycardia

    Elite endurance athletes like lance armstrong can have resting heart rates in the high 30's.

    Age does make a difference in your HR. For example a newborn average resting heart rate is 120.

    For the poster I would try taking your heart rate over the next 2 days when you wake in the morning and see what it is. I would also have someone take a measure of other vital signs like blood pressure and respiration rate.

    Your HR will increase with activity and decrease with rest.
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    mines 43 bpm course i play football
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    Originally Posted by robby67
    mines 43 bpm course i play football
    43...? Yikes, if thats true, thats incredible.

    Nice E-stats. You bench 140 and squat 320? No... you dont.
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    Originally Posted by crazygerman
    43...? Yikes, if thats true, thats incredible.

    Nice E-stats. You bench 140 and squat 320? No... you dont.
    haha maybe 220? When I was deep in MMA I remember my resting was around 45-46 and I was in very very very good shape.
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    Originally Posted by Bushmaster
    Wrong. Resting heart rate is not "individual" and if a resting HR of 90bpm is NOT the result of poor fitness then as mentioned several times already, he needs to get checked out by a doctor pronto.
    wrong, it is individual. telling him to go to the doctor is not bad advise, but there are a few things he should do before that.

    to the op....some of this was already mentioned, but let me put this together for you. starting tomorrow morning as soon as you wake up, check your pulse. make sure not to be very active before checking it and avoid all stimulants, (coke, coffee, diet pills etc...). record this number and do the same thing for the next 3 days. see if the numbers are in the same range and see if they are still high. if you do this and are still in the 90's, this might be normal for you. i would look into seeing a professional if i went through those steps and my pulse was still elevated like that.

    just my two cents.

    also, my resting rate is in the 60-70 range. after i have any form of stimulant it shoots up into the 90's. goodluck bro.
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    Originally Posted by Mark_ey
    My resting heartrate is 92 bpm, how do I lower it? I used to smoke cigarettes for about a year, I quit. I know 92 bpm resting is horrible but how can i lower it ?
    u sure u didnt just get it at a bad time ??? take it when u wake up every day for 3 days, do the average and thats more accurate.
    If its still that high, see a doctor and get into cardio!
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