Exercise overload

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Avatar f tn One easy one is more exercise. A simple walk with some intent of motoring through what ever is bothering you, or simply forgetting what is bothering you and notice all of the small things around you. I've personally developed a technique that is kind of like meditation and deep breathing exercises to clear the mind, and then see whatever is stressing me out getting smaller and smaller until it no longer exists. There are numerous self help books out there as well.
605877 tn?1301704246 it increases nervousness. exercise every day, as hard as you are able to without getting overtired. let yourself feel what you feel, instead of pushing it away. be scared. sit and think about how being scared feels in your body. this is a technique i learned from a therapist and it seems to really help me breathe better. he even said imagine giving the scared feeling a hug. sounds crazy, but i found it does feel better than trying to push the scared feeling away.
Avatar f tn My son is 13 and been diagnosed with Aspergers and his main problem seems to be thought overload, says he cannot concentrate on any one thing, i am stuck as to how to help him??
6708370 tn?1471493810 I tried them in the past and couldn't tolerate the side effects from them. But, I do know that they work well on a lot of people. I use exercise as an antidepressant. Seriously, I'm like a gym addict. Don't feel right when I take a day off and 'try to rest' like a lot of my family thinks I need to do. But, what they don't get is, you can do cardio every day, it's only the weights that you aren't supposed to do every day. Anyway, I went off the subject here for a minute.
Avatar m tn I have no idea what "overload of the left (or right) atrium" means.. have you done a search to get a definition? I can't even imagine what that could mean, the atrium are really just helper chambers and we can live with them not functioning at all, albeit with much less exercise tolerance. I suffer from permanent atrial fibrillation which means neither of my atrium chambers are working to move blood through my heart. I guess that is a "under-load"... ha!
Avatar m tn Dear Doctor, On waking up this morning I experienced sustained skipping heart beats. When lying down for the ecg, the heart returned to normal, but the ecg report stated "excessive overload of left atrium". What does this mean and what is its significance? I am 50, male, with a history of non-sustained skipping beats, irregular beats, tachycardia as well as bradycardia. Morning resting pulse rate is 53.
Avatar f tn Thank you I will try to find a book and maybe a new husband.
195469 tn?1388326488 Hi, Heather-- I can only speak to this from the perspective of autism. We receive millions of inputs every second of every day. From infancy--or earlier--we begin learning how to ignore some of those inputs and prune away the "noise" as we integrate all of the information into something that makes sense in our brains. Imagine a brain without the ability to prune well, and you've got a brain that is overloaded with information that it cannot integrate into something that makes sense.
Avatar n tn I kept my blood in normal range thru nutritional, herbal and supplemental regimes. Exercise and a very strong partner who understood and helped in any and every way rounded out my treatment plan.
Avatar f tn I know I've heard that swimming is the best and walking the next best for exercise for being pregnant. But it's still cold out and quite frankly I just hate walking. I'm still looking for an OB here in TN (just moved this week, and I need to get health insurance too) but I was wondering if riding a bike, if taken easy, is acceptable exercise for this early in pregnancy. Thanks in advance for any input.
13545234 tn?1430426182 Hi, I'm 14 years old. I really like exercising and i started intense exercise since i was 11. I observed that i'm not really tall but my parent are. My question is that should i continue exercising or it delay my growth anyhow...?
Avatar m tn Keep in mind, you will probably tire quickly at first, until your body readjusts to the increase in your exercise. Exercise is actually great for the liver and most doctors want you to exercise. If you don't have any issues from anemia from treatment and you have no issues with your spleen, you can do anything you want w/regards to exercise. That said, check with your doctor first to make sure that the rest of your body is okay for exercise, i.e., your heart, lungs, etc.
Avatar n tn Hey Everyone, I'm 33 and for the last 5 or 6 years, I experience severe fatigue the day after I exercise. By fatigued I mean physically tired and mentally cloudy. This happens regardless of whether or not I get a good nights sleep. Sometimes I can still feel traces of symptoms up to 48 hours after I work out. These workouts are not incredibly strenuous either-1 hour to 1 1/2hours of lifting and light cardio. Anyone have any ideas as to what could be causing this or how to treat it?
160332 tn?1207766145 does exercising increase palpitations sometimes? I notices that when I don't exercise for a few months or so I hardly ever get heart palps. But when I start lifting weights and running at night I get palpitations really bad. Its not while I'm exercising, but a few hours afterwards. I do not get any pain in my chest, just mostly flip-flopping in my chest and I can feel my pulse in my neck, which really bothers me.
Avatar f tn Well, I just had a very interesting discussion with a physician friend of mine who has a PhD in biochemistry. She said that it is better if I dont exercise except easy walking for detox purposes and sleep is good since the liver has more oxygenated blood available to it without having to share it with the muscles. Oxygen is used only for basic metaboic functions.
Avatar f tn Slow down or stop your exercise as soon as symptoms start. You should always exercise with a partner who knows about your condition. In some people, eating certain foods before exercise may make allergic symptoms more likely to occur. Keep track of what you eat before exercising for a few weeks. If you notice a pattern to your symptoms that seems related to a certain food, stop eating it for a while and see if the hives stop.Also, do not exercise for 4 to 6 hours after you eat.
Avatar n tn and the heart is no longer enlarged. Initially I was advised against exercise, but at a later point was allowed to run a half marathon. On my last visit to the cardiologist he advised I just exercise aerobically (which is about 147bpm for my age), and that I avoid competitive sport. Having been involved in competitive sport for most of my life this came as a blow to me. I am confused as to what my limits should be.
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 n tn Did I overdo the exercise? Should I continue to exercise but take it slower? How long is the wait for Dr. Cosgrove if I have the surgery performed at the Cleveland Clinic? How long is the hospital stay and the recovery time? I live in Philadelphia--Can you recommend any surgeons in my area that do this kind of surgery? Thanks! Linda Posted by CCF CARDIO MD - CRC on August 05, 1999 at 11:40:10 Dear Linda, Thank you for your questions. Q: Did I overdo the exercise? A: Probably not.
Avatar n tn Did I overdo the exercise? Should I continue to exercise but take it slower? How long is the wait for Dr. Cosgrove if I have the surgery performed at the Cleveland Clinic? How long is the hospital stay and the recovery time? I live in Philadelphia--Can you recommend any surgeons in my area that do this kind of surgery? Thanks!
Avatar n tn Did I overdo the exercise? Should I continue to exercise but take it slower? How long is the wait for Dr. Cosgrove if I have the surgery performed at the Cleveland Clinic? How long is the hospital stay and the recovery time? I live in Philadelphia--Can you recommend any surgeons in my area that do this kind of surgery? Thanks!
Avatar m tn 02 Aug. 15. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA / COMMON COLD / PRANAYAM / DEEP BREATHING EXERCISE / CURE MECHANISM ===================================================== Following TEXT in this blog is basically collection of various information and important points related to OPTIMAL BREATHING and its BENEFIT’s. I have only tried to aggregate and put the information collected from various sites in a more simple way so as to be understood by regular masses.
Avatar m tn 02 Aug. 15. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA / COMMON COLD / PRANAYAM / DEEP BREATHING EXERCISE / CURE MECHANISM ===================================================== Following TEXT in this blog is basically collection of various information and important points related to OPTIMAL BREATHING and its BENEFIT’s. I have only tried to aggregate and put the information collected from various sites in a more simple way so as to be understood by regular masses.
Avatar f tn Hello! The most common reason for plantar fasciitis is an overload of physical activity or exercise. Excessive running, jumping, or other activities can easily place repetitive or excessive stress on the tissue and lead to tears and inflammation, resulting in moderate to severe pain. I would not think there would be any connected reason with your childhood issues. Follow up with a foot specialist and go for conservative treatment. Take care!
Avatar n tn The atria can undergo dilation in response to chronic volume overload. Conditions that increase volume overload are... mitral valve regurgitation, the volume and pressure of the left atrium are greatly increased. The left atrium responds by undergoing chronic dilation, which enables it to accommodate the increased volume without as large an increase in pressure because of its increased compliance. Dilation of the atria are results of cardiac remodeling.
Avatar n tn Went straight to the doctor same morning I have been on information overload, all of it telling me how bad this is....I had no idea I had high sugar levels... For the last 4 days I've averaged A blood sugar level of 286-300... 10.2-10.5... I was told everything hinges on my exercise and diet regimen... to get this under control.. Any suggestions to the best exercise to aid in bringing my sugar down??
Avatar n tn Having a dilated cardiomyopathy puts you at risk of developing issues with volume overload, which in turn may lead to jugular venous distention. However, this is often accompanied by clinical symptoms of shortness of breath, decreased exercise tolerance, and retaining fluid in your abdomen and/or legs.
Avatar f tn I once read a book about Hep B and they mentioned certain foods to avoid (including Kombucha). Here were my notes on food. -Avoid daily vitamins that can overload the liver. Especially some of the multi-vitamins, since iron is generally bad for the liver. -Avoid "dense carbs" like bagels, white-bread, and baked goods. Instead eat whole bread and cereal for carbs. -Avoid sweet drinks, sarsaparilla, nut meg, licorice, kombucha -Avoid red meat.
Avatar n tn I never heared that only because adrenalin in your system you need Toprol. People have adrenalin overload under stress. You must be under lots of stress. Diet? Exercise? Are you weight challenged? What do you mean you have been doctoring? Yes Toprol as all Beta Blockers is hard on the system for a while; my question is if you needed it at all, because as you said the entire tests are good.