Heart rate, lifespan, and mortality risk

@article{Zhang2009HeartRL,
  title={Heart rate, lifespan, and mortality risk},
  author={G. Zhang and Weiguo Zhang},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={8},
  pages={52-60}
}
An increasing body of scientific research and observational evidence indicates that resting heart rate (HR) is inversely related to the lifespan among homeothermic mammals and within individual species. In numerous human studies with patients stratified by resting HR, increased HR is universally associated with greater risk of death. The correlation between HR and maximum lifespan seems to be due to both basal metabolic rate and cardiovascular-related mortality risk. Both intrinsic and… Expand
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