1. What is heart rate?
The heart is like the source of our life, and every heartbeat symbolizes the flow of our vitality. So, what is heart rate? Heart rate refers to the frequency of a normal person's heartbeat per minute in a quiet state, which is also called a resting heart rate. Our normal heart rate range is 60-100 beats per minute. And the heart rate of each of us is related to our age, gender, and physical condition. Generally, young people have a faster heart rate than older people, and women of the same age have a faster heart rate than men.
2. What health information can our heart rate reflect?
The most intuitive reflection of heart rate is our heart health, and the health of the heart also indirectly reflects our physical condition.
1. Slow heart rate
An adult resting heart rate of less than 60 beats per minute is called sinus bradycardia. This situation generally occurs in healthy people and athletes who have been engaged in physical labor for a long time. If they do not belong to these occupations and experience bradycardia, it is necessary to consider whether to take certain drugs or develop certain diseases, such as cerebral hemorrhage, meninges Brain diseases such as inflammation, or diseases such as peptic ulcers, intestinal infarction, gallstones, and even malnutrition, infectious diseases and other diseases may cause bradycardia. If the heart rate is lower than 40 beats/min, it may lead to insufficient blood oxygen supply, causing the body to experience fatigue, dizziness, and difficulty breathing.
2. Fast heart rate
An adult resting heart rate over 100 beats per minute is called sinus tachycardia. For example, after our body is excited, excited, smoking, drinking, and drinking coffee, it is very likely that the heart rate will be too fast. There are some common diseases that can lead to a rapid heart rate, such as fever, shock, hyperthyroidism, heart failure, myocardial infarction, etc. Or maybe it's after we've taken some kind of drug.
In addition, the blood pressure value of the human body can be calculated through the heart rate data, and the heart rate variability (HRV) of the human body can also be analyzed and calculated. This indicator is essentially the change of the heart rate over time. Through HRV, we can Clearly know your heart load level, health status, fatigue level, sleep quality, and even the time it takes to recover from exercise.
3. Why continue to monitor heart rate?
Because heart rate variability and heart disease are closely related, and heart rate is the most direct indicator of our heart health. The heart is the driving force for blood pumping, and it is also the guarantee for the normal operation of various organ systems and the entire body. According to the statistics of the World Health Organization, the mortality rate of cardiovascular disease remains high and shows a younger trend. Many people often have insufficient understanding of heart disease, thinking that only sudden death and stroke are sudden diseases, so they always choose to seek medical advice when they cannot bear it. After arriving at the hospital, some patients need a certain amount of time to see a doctor, and finally when it comes to the ECG examination, the heart that was originally uncomfortable suddenly becomes obedient, and the ECG results are not abnormal, which can easily lead to doctors making "wrong" medical diagnosis.
Therefore, whether it is for office workers or middle-aged and elderly people, real-time monitoring of heart rate is very necessary. Through continuous and accurate heart rate monitoring and analysis, abnormal data of cardiac activity can be detected in time, and precious treatment time can be obtained for patients.
4. How do a better Heart Rate Monitoring?
The heart rate indicator we mentioned earlier refers to the heart rate measured by the human body in a resting state, also known as the resting heart rate. The most common smart detection devices on the market, such as most sports bracelets, mostly detect the heart rate of the human body in motion. Exercise heart rate monitoring can help us better improve the intensity of exercise and make appropriate adjustments according to changes in heart rate to prevent accidents. Resting heart rate monitoring can help us understand our heart health. Whether at work or in life, most of the human body is in a quiet state, so the heart rate monitored at rest is more in line with personal deeds.
5. Which device is suitable for office workers or middle-aged and elderly people to monitor heart rate?
From the perspective of lightness, convenience and practicability, health smart watches or bracelets are undoubtedly the best choice. Weiyipo Technology is a company that provides users with healthy smart wearable products and services. Through self-developed wearable watches, it provides users with physical fitness. Data monitoring, storage, display, analysis and early warning functions to provide users with health services.
Veepoo Watch RIG Real-time Accurate Heart Rate Monitoring
Veepoo Watch RIG adopts the algorithm technology independently developed by Veepoo, uses the combination of optics and algorithms, and integrates multi-channel-Fresnel optical lens, light source incident angle, recovery angle, light sensitive device, and various application conditions. Heart rate monitoring. In addition, Veepoo Watch RIG can monitor heart rate in real time. Whether it is static or dynamic, users can know their heart rate anytime, anywhere.