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My e-mail, today, to Garmin Support.
The problem is pretty simple and these 2
Garmin Connect screenshots prove it.
Look for the LOW ‘heart rate’ — once says ‘40‘, the other says ‘46‘.
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The lowest heart can’t be both 40 & 46. It is one or the other. This is not a new problem. It has been the case for weeks. I just had time today to REPORT it to Garmin.
In case you were wondering ’40’ isn’t the lowest reading I get. I got 38 a couple of days ago — albeit when I am sleeping. Yes, 38! I am still alive — JUST.
I wish I can take ALL the credit for this low heart rate. Alas I can only take credit for 60% of it — say down to 50. The rest is my magic Toprol XL which I have been taking, daily, for 22-years! Toprol XL suppresses your heart rate!