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My heart beat is around 50 BPM and I am feeling very lightheaded when I get up and down or walking around it is starting to make me feel nausea

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I'm not a doctor, nor am I providing medical advice, but you have seriously low blood pressure. I would recommend seeing a doctor as soon as possible. You may also be dehydrated according to this website:

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It sounds like most of you have the heart rate set to display in % of max heart rate. Most Polar products have the option of heart rate in BPM(beats per minute) or percentage of max.

If you look at the display during the exercise, you will see a % icon. You can turn it off in by hitting the back button and go down to HR view settings.

Hope this helps.

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