Apple : How to see the heart rate recovery, and what it means?

Curious about heart rate recovery data, but are not quite sure what it is? Follow along the way to see your heart rate data recovery on Apple , what it means, and what good is the recovery heart rate numbers are.

The recovery heart rate measures heart rate declines after exercise. MedPage Today has a good explainer describing the recovery heart rate “information on the cardiovascular parameters that reflect the activity of the autonomic nervous system.”

In many studies, heart rate recovery (HRR) was a significant predictor for the people are two times more likely to die in the next six years.

More recent studies of the validation of the 1999, the results show that HRR of 13 years or more (which means a decrease of 13 bpm or more) after 1 minute, or 22 or more, at the end of two minutes, it is in the normal, healthy range.

However, keep in mind, for most to accurately test heart rate recovery, you’ll want to stop your Apple training session registration immediately after your workout. For example, if you leave your workout running after you’ve finished, stretch out, sit back, relax, and then at the end of the training session, you will see low HRR numbers given that Apple is not to compare the heart rate peak or near peak heart rate with your rate of recovery(s).

But if you regularly you see below these figures, it may be worth checking with your doctor. Cardiologist Anthony Pearson, MD, says:

The activity measurements reflect the balance between the sympathetic nervous system (which activates the fight and flight responses) and the parasympathetic nervous system (which activates rest and digest activities) and have been shown to be powerful predictors of mortality.

In many studies, heart rate recovery (HRR) was a significant predictor for the people are two times more likely to die in the next six years.

The activity measurements reflect the balance between the sympathetic nervous system (which activates the fight and flight responses) and the parasympathetic nervous system (which activates rest and digest activities) and have been shown to be powerful predictors of mortality.

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