There have been a couple threads on this already, but not in awhile and not in combination with heart rate.
So I've been doing some reading lately about body temperature and heart rate.
1) Is body temperature a good indicator of health?
2) What body temperature is desireable?
3) Is Heart rate a good indicator of health?
4) What BPM is desireable?
5) do combinations of the above 2 high/high low/low low/high indicate anything?
I've read some and this seems like it could be a cheap and easy health marker if what I've read is true.
asked byMarcPH (1533)
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on October 15, 2013
at 04:20 AM
Yes, so far had seen body temperature indicates our health.
Body temperature should always between 97 degrees to 99 degrees which is normal one !! (may change as per continent).
Heart rate is basic and most important indicator of health. You know when we go to doctors, he always checks our heart rate by Stethoscope. average and healthy heart rate is 72 BPM.
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on October 14, 2013
at 03:33 AM
I know my body temperature is a good indicator of my health. For years I was chronically cold, especially my extremities. Starting paleo I began to eat a lot more fat, more protein and also I began supplementing B12. My body now feels pleasantly warm all the time, and best of all my hands aren't freezing! I feel so much better now. And also, this body warmth is associated with me having more energy in general. I guess it's a metabolism thing.
I would be interested to find out about pulse. Mine has always been very low at rest.