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How do I calculate my maximum heart rate? VerifiedOne common method for calculating your maximum heart rate is to subtract your age from 220. This is an estimate and may not be entirely accurate for everyone.
Why do some heart rate monitors show a different heart rate than others? VerifiedHeart rate monitors can have different levels of accuracy, and the position of the monitor, the type of sensor used, the individual's physiology, and the environment can also affect the heart rate reading, thus it's not uncommon for different monitors to show slightly different heart rate readings.
What should my heart rate be during exercise? VerifiedThe ideal heart rate during exercise depends on your age and fitness level. A general guideline is to aim for a heart rate that is between 50-85% of your maximum heart rate. This is an estimate and may not be entirely accurate for everyone.
What does it mean if my heart rate is consistently above or below a certain range? VerifiedIf your heart rate is consistently above or below a certain range, it may indicate an underlying medical condition or a need to adjust your exercise intensity. Consult with a physician if you have concerns.
Why is my heart rate different from one day to the next? VerifiedYour heart rate can fluctuate from one day to the next due to various factors such as stress, sleep, diet, hydration levels, and medications.