Resting in this day and age, one is almost made guilty for doing so, and yet resting and allowing the body to recover is a big part of living, for if if one is always on the go, at some stage the body will begin to break down and force one into resting, ie: if one plays sport, an injury, and who hasn’t had one of those from over training.
It’s all about learning about your body, for what will be easy to handle for one person, maybe too much for an other.
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And of course when one is resting, the heart slows down, for it doesn’t have to pump so much, so we take our pulse and say things like my resting pulse rate is 62.
Well the other day I bought myself a Pulse Oximeter just to keep a track of things, and one thing I noticed is that the pulse at rest isn’t a static thing.
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For when one breaths in, the heart beats quicker, and when one breaths out, the heart beat drops, So realistically one is going to have a resting pulse range of about 4 to 5 beats.
So for example, rather than having a single figure of say 68, one will have a pulse rate at rest of 66 – 70 beats per minute.
Life’s about learning, for if we stop learning, we stop growing, and life is about growing into who we really are, and that can be different to where we’ve come from and been