My preop rate was also around 60 then went up post surgery now my resting is averaging 45. Cardio hasn’t been concerned as long as it isn’t causing symptoms, specifically light headedness.My resting heart rate is generally in the 50's, and when I'm sleeping it falls to the low 40's.
On a recent halter monitor I was assigned to wear, they recorded my heart rate as low as 42.
When I spoke to the Dr. about it, they said if it's normal for you there's nothing to be concerned about.
Sounds interesting Buckeye! What series is the watch? Are you post op?Apple Watch has an afib indicator and also does an ekg reading which most cardiologist accept. It automatically records it to your iPhone . I have had one for 3 years and when I was having a high resting heart rate I told the cardiologist I had an I Watch that could do an ekg. He told me to take one and send it to him which I did and it was normal. Just had an reaction to a drug that caused the high heart rate.