Is it normal to have heart rate of 40bpm during sleep?
Following answer to your query.
You shouldn't worry about your heart its perfectly normal (as shown from cardiac examinations ).
You have a resting heart rate that go as low as 55 bpm. This is very common and no need to worry about it.
Also you have a minimal heart rate of 40 bpm during sleep that is normal to. All the other findings especially the percentage of periods of bradycardia and tachycardia are normal to.
It's a normal thing to experience palpitations at night before sleep (due to night quietness) and in the morning (due to adrenaline peak release).
Hope this was of help!
Wish you health!
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