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133 bpm resting pulse

Is a 133 pulse rate too high? A heart rate of 133 beats per minute (or 22.2 beats every 10 seconds) is higher than the range considered normal for adults and children over ten.3 It is normal for children under ten to have pulses over 100. Consult the table below to determine if a 133 is normal for your child's age.

While within the normal adult range of 60 to 100, a 133 pulse is 95.6% quicker than the typical adult average of 73 bpm.

Your resting pulse will vary with age. Consult the table below to check how a 133 heart rate compares to others in your age range. See also: Exercising pulse of 133 bpm



133 bpm Pulse Percentile by Age
Age Percentile for 133 resting pulse
Infant Top 75%
Average
1 year Top 90%
Higher Than Average
2-3 years Top 99%
Extremely High
4-5 years Top 99%
Extremely High
6-8 years Top 99%
Extremely High
9-11 years Top 99%
Extremely High
12-15 years Top 99%
Extremely High
16-19 years Top 99%
Extremely High
20-39 years Top 99%
Extremely High
40-59 years Top 99%
Extremely High
60-79 years Top 99%
Extremely High
80+ years Top 99%
Extremely High


Source Citations
  1. Linda J. Vorvick MD, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services National Institute of Health Pulse: MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia


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