Exercise during bad weather

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1117137 tn?1345231505 Honestly not exercising nearly enough. I'm going for walks and that is about it. I need to get it together and start exercising more.
Avatar n tn In the mean time I have a question. Has anyone been able to maintain an exercise regimen while on tx? Weight training is a major part of my life and to not be able to train would crush me. However, it appears that fatigue is a major side effect of the tx. I've got to beleive that physical training would help to battle fatigue, or am I just kidding myself? Has anyone had any experience with this issue?
334876 tn?1229982896 Has any one ever notice that a change in the weather brings up some of your symptom, as the change in cold weather tends to bring on more cramps in my legs and I had a bad one last night in my left leg I took a Valium 10mgs earlier when I felt it coming on but a little bit later I had a friend come over and had a few beers with her and she wanted to show off her new truck to us, Well we got up and my leg started getting real tight on me but I was still able to go outside but as soon as I hit the
Avatar m tn The goal here is to try to identify factors that leave you feeling more or less bad after exercise - type of exercise, amount of exercise, changes in exercise level, weather, location, mood, etcetera. With that knowledge in hand you will be able to figure out a plan and, more importantly, you will have some confidence in that plan.
Avatar n tn I don't have them as much anymore due to an ablation for AFIB four years ago. I still get them from time to time during and not during exercise. I know they are not pleasant and are annoying. If you have checked things out with your doctor then continue to exercise moderately. These things tend to come and go. You might find they will dissipate over time, but exercise may or may not help. Exercise does help in reducing anxiety and stress that may be a source of the skipped beats.
Avatar n tn I am thinking I could be in and out of it often during exercise without knowing it. A friend that has Afib said that sweating about his head and face was his most noticable symptom. Could this have anything to do with my problem? The Toprol has not impacted the sweating.
Avatar m tn I saw a respiratory specialist last week about severe breathing problems during exercise. Very quickly, he noted edema in my legs and feet and I was hospitalized for three days for tests on my heart. Thankfully, the tests turned out negative. The results were "excellent." Upon discharge, the cardiologist gave me two "possibilities" for my breathing problems: 1. My body cannot adapt to the heat & humidity of the Philippines; 2.
Avatar n tn I have always heard that cold weather exercise is one of the most dangerous activities for at risk men to engage in, as evidenced by the large number of heart attacks while shoveling snow. This troubles me, as winter is my favorite time to run. Are there any guidelines I should be following this winter? I do not consider running indoors on a treadmill a viable option. I find it so boring that I will opt to do nothing rather than face that.
Avatar n tn The main thing I can see that triggers them is sustaining my heart rate at over 80% during winter. I really only get them, the severe runs of PVCs in winter. Caffein does not seem to trigger them, but defintley don't help. I try to keep it down to one cup of coffee a day, but usually have several cups of green tea afterwards.
Avatar n tn When I take a shower and wet my hair, my sinus seems to drain really bad. This I believe is the source of my bad breath. 2. The same happens when I am out in the cold. When I dress warm, the drainage and the bad breath are better by atleast by 60% - 70%. So, my question is, 1. Is there any relation between wetting my hair and my sinus running and bad breath? 2. How is the cold weather affecting my sinus and how is dressing up warmly helping? Thanks for your help.
Avatar n tn Is it more dangerous to have PVCs during or after exercise??! Mine seem to decrease during exercise, but after exercise they come back twice as bad as before I started to exercise. I also get them at rest, after eating, and basically whenever they feel like striking...fortunately, I can go for months without them. My cardio says I'm fine. Just curious about this thing. Thanks!
Avatar n tn If it is not correct it can cause your body heat to get to hot,and also cause your blood pressure to raise this can give you a bad headache.I would have it check asap.and also have your blood pressure check after you play a game.Good luck!
Avatar f tn I'm 15 years old and ive been having terrible migraines after or during exercise since 4th grade. lately they've been so bad i vomit 5 or 6 times. doctors have givien me imitrex nasal spray and other medicines to help, but nothing works. My mom's friend said if you take an IB Profin before you exercise, you dont get a migraine as often. And my doctor told me it may be dehydration, too.
1189366 tn?1265223487 My first thought were loss of salts (electrolytes) during the ride, if the weather was hot, and 50 miles is a quite tough workout:) There can be other causes, and only your doctor would know for sure. Do you know for sure this is PVCs by the way, or just assuming?
1616038 tn?1315957703 gov/pmc/articles/PMC2390697/ Although exercise-associated ventricular arrhythmias are frequently observed during exercise testing, their prognostic significance remains uncertain; however exercise PVCs correlated with tachycardia. here's the full publication I found; not sure what else there was but I couldn't find anything: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18227372 Resting PVCs, age, and systolic blood pressure were key predictors of both exercise and recovery PVCs.
387767 tn?1345875627 When drs say to exercise they don't mention ( or understand) that you have to start slow like a snail and if you didn't sleep or the weather is bad, or you had caffine and many others etc... exercise may not be good at the moment. 2 min. on the bike (slow speed), walk down a few stairs, fold some towels and your done for the day. You need to listen to your body very carefully and don't overdue or underdue anything.
Avatar f tn I know that exercise will be very beneficial during detox and after, both to help with brain neurotransmitter regeneration but also as an overal health, stress, and well being benefit. It is VERY important to me to start looking after my health, I am 35 and starting to well and truly feel it, stiff joints, cellulite, hunched over back - all of these things that will progressively get worse unless action is taken.
Avatar n tn So try to relax - enjoy life. I have bigeminy daily / during exercise - after exercise - who cares. Im gonna live just as long as the next gal and if I don't, then so be it. (I just hope its quick hahahaa just kidding) Delete or skip over as soon as you see their names - life is too short to deal with negativity all the time.
Avatar n tn I can't remember who said it, but said that the way they get their exercise in...is to pop in an exercise tape and hit the sofa and "watch it" !!!!! Exercise to me is.....batting my eyelids!!!!!
97615 tn?1212682189 mastocytosis?? sarcoidosis??? the dr called it exercise induced anaphylaxis?? it isnt just exercise though. i could use some answers.
Avatar n tn I'm quite athletic as well and developed tachycardia a year ago after a bout with the flu. It was always brought on by exercise and post-exercise. Besides the racing, I would get very dizzy and feel like I was going to faint. Was diagnosed with SVT (supraventricular tachycardia). Initially was put on beta blockers (difficult to tolerate if you are active) and then calcium channel blockers which were far better but stopped working.
1826037 tn?1320340914 been very anemic so i was told not to exercise at all by my dr.. i usually exercise at least 1 hour every day..bike surf or hike... i miss it so bad.. i miss being outside.. does anyone know what a safe hgb level would be to start exercising a little bit again.. i know i cant surf cause of the potential for bruising and possible drowning cause im so weak..(haha) anyway ..i cant get a straight answer from my dr ..normal for me was 14.
572651 tn?1531002957 For the same reason, he suggested exercise rooms be well cooled or we should wear cooling garments during exercise. I remember thinking several times that as mobility aids become necessary it must be important to develop new stretching and exercise routines immediately. As much as we need items to assist us with balance or distance or endurance, aids can rob us of strength and flexibility even as they serve us.
Avatar n tn It came late,,,around early 40's. It is aggravated by exercise and enviromental conditions...cold weather, bad odors etc etc. I NEVER HAD "PAIN". discomfort for sure,,,wheezing...i mean, i could tell that it was a breathing problem. and it was something that literally prevented me from exercizing.
Avatar n tn That is, if I've had a heavy meal the night before, with onions or alcohol, I may get 2 or 3 PVCs during exercise the next day. Most of the time I have no PVCs during exercise, and my heart rate gets up to 164.
Avatar n tn I don't feel stressed and why does it come on when I exercise or do heavy work? Isn't exercise supposed to relieve stress? I don't know if I am making it worse by plowing through or if that is the best thing to do.
Avatar f tn I can understand this situation so much, it's almost impossible. How did your palpitations during exercise feel, by the way? Thuds in the chest? Skipped beats? Hard beats? "Heart in the throat"? I had those palpitations during exercise and I started to paint scary pictures in my mind. PVCs during exercise? Heart disease? Ion-channel-pathology like LQTS or CPVT? I got them monitored on Holter, and they were just PACs. And yes, they go away if you just relax and keep going.
Avatar n tn This is the process whereby your body cannot take in quite enough oxygen to meet your needs during exercise, so it leaches a little from your muscles to make up the difference. When it is cold out. you may not breathe in as deeply.
1658980 tn?1330715150 I think we are not all alike so not everybody has to have alopecia as a result of treatment. But I would think many more will be under the weather in some fashion. So why have to bother with fixing one's hair? My question is, did you feel you had to keep up with shaving your head to stay comfortable? How often does one have to do that, if so? What length seemed to feel the best? How often does one need to go to the hairdresser to keep it looking neat? etc.
Avatar n tn The heat wave last week caused me considereable discomfort. I do not tolerate the sun and hot weather well. I spoke with my boss about my treatment so she would know what to expect. I know now that the most important thing for me is this treatment and if my job begins to get in the way than I must ask God to grant me the Serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the Courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the differance.