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Re: Exercise and endogenous opioids

Posted by undopaminergic on January 15, 2022, at 10:29:10

In reply to Re: Exercise and endogenous opioids, posted by Lamdage22 on January 15, 2022, at 10:03:59

> Why was it high though?

I wish I knew. I recall when I was in primary school the teacher mentioned that the resting pulse is normally about 60 bpm, but could be lower if you are particularly fit. I checked mine and it was notably higher. I don't remember the exact figure.

Sometimes when I'm lying in bed, it can actually drop a little below 60, but that is exceptional, and I wouldn't even know unless I was monitoring it with a Polar H10 heart rate sensor. When I took my first dose of PEA it also dropped below 60, due to baroreceptor activation resulting from the noradrenaline released.





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