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• Answer: 60 to 90 heart beats per minute is about normal for a 15 year oldwho is at rest. Around 100 to 140 heart beats per minute is normalfor a 15 year old who is doing moderate activity.
• Answer: Although the normal range is 50-100 beats per minute, if you are extremely healthy and athletic the heart rate can fall below this normally (physiologically). If not, it is called bradycardia and should be investigated by a cardiologist.
• Answer: Her Heart Still Beats - 2011 was released on:

USA: 31 October 2011
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• Answer: The average heart rate...:
newborns-(0-3 months old)100-150 beats per minute
infants-(3-6 months old) 90-120 beats per minute
infants-(6-12 months old) 80-120
Children- (1-10 years) 70-130 beats per minute
Aldults and Children older than 10- 60-100 beats per minute
well-trained athletes-40-60 beats per minute
• Answer: well first you have to define old. next what has he done his whole life like his job and was he active as a kid and is he still active now. lastly what was he last doing was he running or sitting still
• Answer: It depends on the age, health and activity you were doing when the pulse was taken. If sleeping or resting just before the pulse then it would be lower. If taking a heart medicine like Digitalis or Digoxin then the medicine is suppose to slow the heart rate so more blood will be pumped through he heart.
• Answer: 60-80 bmp is normal for an adults resting rate (meaning that the person did not just finish a marathon).
• Answer: The normal heart rate for a 16 year old female would be between 60-100 BBM. 54 BPM in a resting state is not unusual. A healthy athletic female may have a lower blood pressure and heart rate than a non athletic female. This is due to the heart being trained, so to speak, in being more efficient.
• Answer: men average 70 bpm, women 75 bpm
• Answer: It really all depends on the person and his or her medical background, but generally its 40-80 beats per minute. Anything lower or higher than that should be checked out by a doctor.
• Answer: The average heart beats 80-100 beats per minute at rest. Therefore in a year it would be 42,048,000 - 52,560,000 just at rest. That amount would be increased depending on the amount of exercise that person does.
• Answer: It all depends on how old the fetus is. At the beginning, it is about 80-85, but steadily rises to 155-195 as time goes on. For more information, check this website out.
http://www.i-am-pregnant.com/encyclopedia/F/Fetal-Heart-Rate/
• Answer: 756,00075 x 60 x 24 x7 = 756,000
• Answer: Yes, it is normal hr for an active 16 years old.
• Answer: if u run and u feel in ur neck
with 2 finger
NOT UR THUMB, because in ur thumb there is allso a heartbeat and it causes 2 hartbeats u see....

then feel it for 30 seconds

if its like 30 beats then do it x4
makes 120

above 180 hartbeats could be fatal or less then 40 when ur not asleep

# Will bulimia kill you if you are a runner and feel like your heart beats irregularly?

• It can, and why are you bulimic? Remember, you are doing sever damage to your body. I would ask a doctor about your irregular heart beat. AND PLEASE.. Stop the abuse to yourself!!

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• Answer: It can, and why are you bulimic? Remember, you are doing sever damage to your body. I would ask a doctor about your irregular heart beat. AND PLEASE.. Stop the abuse to yourself!!
• Answer: L-O-V-E *gives you cheeky grin*
• Answer: The amount of blood your heart pumps is called Cardiac Output (CO) and is typically measured in Liters Per Minute (LPM).Cardiac Output (LPM) = H.R. x S.V. / 1000H.R. - Heart Rate (beats per minute)S.V. - Stroke Volume (mL) - the volume of blood pumped during one cardiac cycleNormal resting CO is in the range of 4-6 LPM (1-1.5 Gallons Per Minute - GPM). A highly conditioned endurance athlete may generate a CO of up to 30 LPM (7.5 GPM).

• Answer: Uh it usually means that he really cared for you
• Answer: 10-15
• Answer: We hear the "lub" and the "dub" called S1 and S2 because of theclosure of our heart valves. The S1 is produced when our Mitral andTricuspid (M1 and T1 components) valves close when the ventriclesof the heart contract, and S2 is produced then our Aortic andPulmonary (A2 and T2 components) Valves close when the atria of theheart contracts.
• Answer: The normal heart rate for a 3 year old child is 80 to 120 beats perminute. As children age, the normal heart rate decreases.
• Answer: It depends on your heart beat multiply that by 15 and divide by 4
• Answer: 450 per minnet
• Answer: 16 heat beats per min
• Answer: it should be between 60 and 100 bpm
• Answer: the normal heartbeat is 70 t0 80 beats/minute.
• Answer: "My Heart Beats Like A Drum (Dam Dam Dam)"; "I close my eyes, Close the door"; see the link below.
• Answer: its not normal unless you still have feelings for him, even if you think u dont, u do
• Answer: tachycardia= a rapid heart rate over 100 beats per minute