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Your Heartbeat Tells A Lot About Your Health And This Is Important To Know

Your lifespan is correlated with the heart rate. A healthy heart rate helps you to remain fit and prevent health disorders. The normal resting heart rate of a healthy person is between 60-100 beats per minute. People with higher resting heart rates are more susceptible to severe health disorders.

Know how your heart rate regulates your health here.

Your Heartbeat Tells A Lot About Your Health And This Is Important To Know

Your Heartbeat Tells A Lot About Your Health And This Is Important To Know

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The resting heart rate of an average person lies between 65-85 bpm. 

The resting heart rate of an average person lies between 65-85 bpm. 

People with resting heart rate of 85 or more have a higher chance of developing diabetes. 

This study was carried out on more than 73,000 people. 

This study was carried out on more than 73,000 people. 

According to the report published in the International Journal of Epidemiology, people with faster heart rates have a higher risk of developing diabetes. 

People with faster heart rate have 59% higher risk of diabetes as compared to people with slower heart rate. 

People with faster heart rate have 59% higher risk of diabetes
as compared to people with slower heart rate. 

People with faster heart rates have 59% higher risk of diabetes as compared to people with slower heart rate. 

People experience abnormal heart rhythms with age. 

People experience abnormal heart rhythms with age. 

Abnormal heartbeats cause poor blood circulation in the body. Organs may damage due to improper blood circulation and may even fail causing death. 

Arrhythmia is a disorder in which the heartbeat is either irregular or very fast. 

Arrhythmia is a disorder in which the heartbeat is either
irregular or very fast. 

Major symptoms of Arrhythmia are dizziness, palpitation, chest pounding, fainting, breathing problem, weakness and fatigue. 

Arrhythmia can cause organ failure and cardiac arrest.

Arrhythmia can cause organ failure and cardiac arrest.

The abnormal fluctuations in your resting heart rate can also make you a victim of heart diseases. 

New research suggests that the slight minorities in heart rate are not harmful to health. 

New research suggests that the slight minorities in heart rate are not harmful to health. 

According to the scientists of the Technical University of Munich, minor irregularities in the heartbeat are indicative of a healthy body. 

This study was published in Journal of the American College of Cardiology. 

This study was published in Journal of the American College
of Cardiology. 

Breathing cycles and heart beat rhythms of nearly 950 patients were measured shortly after heart attack. 

Patients were re-examined after every six months over a five-year period. 

Patients were re-examined after every six months over a
five-year period. 

It was found out that the patients with less pronounced breathing induced irregularity had low risk of dying as compared to the patients with higher breathing-related fluctuations.

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