Pulse rates vary from person to person.
In people who are physically very active or are athletes, heart rate can even be around 40s also.
The circulation of blood maintains life by bringing necessary oxygen to the brain and other organs.
Pulse rate is a vital sign, and its measurement is a standard clinical procedure.
So for 35-year-olds, a goal target heart rate is between 93 and 157 bpm 50 to 85 percent of their maximum.
Your resting heart rate should lower naturally.