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Normal resting heart rate for men by age

While your goal and maximum heart rates are influenced by your age, other variables, including hormones, exercise levels, stress, and medication, have a greater impact on your resting heart rate. In the United States, high blood pressure affects fifty percent of the male population. There is a two-fold difference in the likelihood of men and women experiencing a heart attack. Cardiovascular disease is responsible for one fatality out of every four deaths that occur among males in the United States. It should come as no surprise that men should not skimp on their heart health. In addition, the resting heart rate (RHR) is one of the most effective methods for monitoring it.

The presence of a heart rate that is neither too rapid nor excessively sluggish is one of the telltale signs of a heart that is operating properly. It goes without saying that you need to be aware of how to measure it, the elements that might have an effect on it, and the many ways in which you can keep a healthy level. All of that information, as well as a little bit more, is right here, thanks to Karishma Patwa, MD, a cardiologist at Manhattan Cardiology. Read the article.