Rapid Heart Rate Recovery Is the Sign of a Healthy Heart

If your heart takes a while to slow down after exercising, you’re not as healthy as you could be.

Your heart rate is the number of times your heart beats per minute. It may vary during the day, but will rise significantly when you exercise. How quickly your heart rate returns to normal after you stop exercising is known as heart rate recovery (HRR). If your HRR is slow, you may be headed for […]
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