You are often looking for information about the correct human pulse. The pulse in the range from 60 to 100 beats per minute is determined as normal. A heart rate greater than 100 beats in a minute is called tachycardia or tachycardia. Less than 60 beats – bradycardia.
Too high or too low a human pulse may indicate the presence of a disease and should certainly be diagnosed by a doctor.
We are talking about the average adult’s resting heart rate. Remember that while doing physical exercises, the pulse can grow to as much as 170-180 beats per minute.
In infants, the correct heart rate is approx. 130 beats per minute. In slightly older children, the heart rate should be around 100 beats, and in adolescents and teens it should be around 85 beats.