• What should be the pulse of a person?

    Leonid Veselov
    Leonid Veselov
    August 15, 2011
    What should be the pulse of a person?

    Today, let's talk a little about the pulse of a person and how to determine it. What should be the pulse of a person in the norm?

    Pulse rate for man

    The most common standard pulse for an adult is 77 beats per minute. At rest, the pulse for ordinary untrained men is 70-75 beats per minute, and for women 75-80 beats per minute.

    In what cases increases the heart rate and, consequently, the pulse? This occurs during physical exertion, during emotional shocks, as well as in diseases that are associated with a deficiency of hemoglobin in the blood. In many diseases, the pulse rate also increases. The body responds to the demands of organs and tissues to increase blood supply, so our heart begins to decline more often.

    How to determine the pulse of a person

    You have learned what should be the pulse of a person, now determine it in yourself and find out if the value of your indicators is normal.

    Find a point on your arm where you can feel the pulsation of blood.This point is located on the inside of the wrist closer to the first finger of the hand. Take your hand and hold this point. Wait a minute and count the number of beats. The resulting number of beats is your heart rate.

    There are various abnormalities that have their own medical names. For example, bradycardia (less than 60 beats per minute) is a reduced heart rate, and tachycardia (more than 90 beats per minute) is increased.

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