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https://dinoanimals.com/animals/heart-rates-of-animals-top-10/

Do you feel that the more the Heart beats per minute of any species, more is the Lifespan of that species?

If Yes, How?
If No, Why?

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Prashant S Akerkar
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A month ago
Initially I'd think that the more the heartbeats per minute when an animal is at rest, the more wear-and-tear it'll cause to the animal long term.

There is a correlation between longevity (life expectancy) and heart rate.

http://www.everysecond.io/animal-heartbeats

One source I found online mentions:

As we've seen, humans have on average a heart rate of around 60 to 70 beats per minute, give or take. We live roughly 70 or so years, giving us just over 2 billion beats all up.

Chickens have a faster heart rate of about 275 beats per minute, and live only 15 years. On balance, they also have about 2 billion beats.

We seem kind of lucky. A whale has around 20 beats per minute, and lives only slightly longer than us. It gets just under a billion heart beats.

An elephant? Try 30 beats per minute for around 70 years, giving roughly a billion as well.

The poor little skittish hamster has a rapid-fire pulse of 450 beats every minute, squeezed into three short years. That also adds up to a little under a billion.
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A month ago

Thanks.

So is it ?

1 More Heart beats more is the Lifespan
Or
2 More Heart beats less is the Lifespan
Or
3 No relationship between Heartbeats with Lifespan.

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A month ago
I'd gear more towards #2, but it's a more complicated relationship than all three options above.
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A month ago Edited: A month ago, prashantakerkar

Thanks.

https://www.mnn.com/earth-matters/animals/stories/11-animals-that-live-the-longest

It looks like, the more is the heart Beats per minute, less is the Lifespan.

Less are the heart Beats per minute, more is the Lifespan.


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Prashant S Akerkar
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Thanks.

Interestingly, If we know in Human Beings Heart beats are 72 per minute normal, and as we see less the Heart beats per minute, more is the Lifespan.

So in this case, We can't make the Heart beats less in Human Beings to increase the Lifespan ?

Can we ?. Can there be any techniques where the Heart beats per minute of Human Beings can be reduced?.

Making this happen can be a risk to Life of a Human being ?

What are your views & opinion on this regard?

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Prashant S Akerkar
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A month ago Edited: A month ago, prashantakerkar

Thanks.

Can we do a benchmark of Human Beings Heart beats per minute if it falls down below the normal Heart beat on the lower side of 60 ?

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What will be the Heart beats per minute when Human Being goes into coma?

What are the Heart beats of a Human being if fallen unconscious?

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Prashant S Akerkar

Post Merge: A month ago

Excellent article.

https://www.livescience.com/42081-normal-heart-rate.html

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Prashant S Akerkar
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A month ago
Bradycardia is usually diagnosed when your resting heart rate is less than 60 beats per minute (BPM). In some cases, the threshold is less than 50 BPM.

The physiology behind comas is similar to that of being in a deep sleep, so I'd suspect it's the same as when you're sleeping.
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