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Avatar m tn I find this curious because I assumed that the pressure I feel is due to too much localized blood flow into my head and exercise would make it worse?. Maybe I was wrong? My exercise program is 30 minutes of cardio on most days. When the weather is OK I run up and down a hill/stairs in my back yard (sort of a high intensity interval training), on other days I use my air resistance bike inside.
Avatar n tn I decided to do something to improve my situation and just want to make sure I am on the right track January 1st I started diligently working on weight loss and cardio exercise. When I began the endeavor I weighed in at 280 pounds. I had almost no ability to exercise , as I would become winded an feel a burning discomfort around my chin bone after about 5 minutes of brisk walking.
Avatar f tn I am 4 weeks pregnant and want to know what cautions in exercise i should have. I went walking and feel very drained and dont want anything to hurt the baby. I know it us a dumb question but it has been 12 yrs since i have been pregnant. My son is now 11 and my daughter is 15.
Avatar n tn I had started working with a new trainer and contributed it to that, but after about 6 weeks there was no improvement, and my trainer suggested I see my Pulmonologist . CPET was ordered. Results mildly low CO2 at peak, decreased O2pulse at peak, and low VE max. No EKG abnormalities. He ordered a new ECHO and referral to cardiologist. Last ECHO, a year ago, showed LAD of 4.2, mild diastolic dysfunction, RVSP of 33, and intra atrial septum aneurism.
29837 tn?1414538248 So, in the face of this enemy we’re trying to kill, let not the enemy win by being complacent and forgetting your entire exercise program (whatever it may be), but instead, bite the bullet and stay strong. An enemy hates a strong adversary...
3455166 tn?1347510733 but I do know our Wii and K'nect have games that are fun and active plus they do use the Wii in some rehab centers and have shown to be good - you may be able to pick up a good used on and a sports or exercise program pretty cheaply.
Avatar n tn I hope I'm posting to the right group about this, but this forum came back on my search results for cardio-respiratory problems. I exercise regularly and when I do I lose my breath very quickly and can't get it back until I stop and rest for a few minutes. Exercise that may cause other people to breath heavy, but not lose their breath disables me. I get to the point where I can barely even breath (no coughing or wheezing or anything like that, though.
649848 tn?1534637300 Okay everyone, I need some help here. My daily work schedule is not allowing me time for "exercise". Here's the deal: I am working 10 hour days, beginning at 5:00 am and ending at 3:30 pm. In order to do this, I have to get up at (or shortly after) 3:00 am.
Avatar m tn It is important to consult with a doctor before starting any kind of exercise program. No one on this website can, or should, give you advice on whether or not you should work out, especially since you have neurocardiogenic syncope - please discuss with our doctor.
Avatar m tn Some more exercises to do. http://www.menshealth.com/fitness/animal-movements-workout?
Avatar f tn ) If you have no health issues that would otherwise keep you from exercising, I'd say exercise away girl and keep that Hep C at bay!
2081753 tn?1334769285 Does anyone have any exercise tips that will not flare your symptoms up? Thanks in advance.
Avatar f tn He went to a Doc who helped him with ridding body of heavy metals and toxins and went on a no sugar; no dairy; no preservatives; Natural/Organic diet and 6 months later came off his Meds. He left the high altitude of Colorado, maintained his diet and exercise program and went to New Zealand & Thailand for 8 months. 2 months after returning to Colorado he had his 3rd seizure after fasting for a day.
1107684 tn?1448832030 I don't know much about that plan, but I can tell you about mine. I have been overweight all my life, and now at 22 years old I am 300 lbs. I have tried many things, I LOVE food, and like you I have a lot to lose. I finally decided I needed help, and joined a Medical Weight Loss Clinic in Salt Lake City. My 1 month check up was today, and I lost 21.6 pouinds so far!! It has been a little difficult adapting to not eating JUNK FOOD!! and Processed things like ANYTHING in a can haha.
583580 tn?1231139983 This is the reason why I always stop the exercise program I'm on (I've tried a lot of them to). When I do cardio I never lose weight it just stays the same. I'm frustrated and I've been going through this cycle for the last 7 years. I just want to thin out and have some muscle definition thats all.
Avatar m tn My doctor says that there's no -barriers- to exercise...Indeed, I need to, pretty badly, to lose weight (like most people). And I have a membership at my local gym.
Avatar m tn Since you are beginning a new exercise program, it is no surprise you have poor heart rate recovery and your heart rate rises rapidly. These are common findings in deconditioning. In patients with similar symptoms, these often improve with more exercise. If a patient reported similar symptoms, I would not pursue further evaluation in the absence of chest pain or syncope (passing out) or presyncope (almost passing out) or shortness of breath.
Avatar n tn It's always a good idea to check with your doctor before starting an exercise program, but most people can exercise and do as normal. The first thing I'd recommend is to try yoga - it works to strengthen the core muscles and really is good to tone and firm. You can get dvd's for beginners that go at a slower pace, until you work into something more..............
Avatar n tn Yes, I am cleared to exercise by my doctor! No big medical conditions - I was getting borderline high with blood pressure, but have managed to get that down with some lifestyle changes (including exercise) and supplements to a very healthy level. Also, I've actually been exercising regularly for some time (over a year regularly, and was on and off before that) - it's just I've increased the intensity a bit lately. Sprint 8 looks interesting.
Avatar n tn Hi everyone, I have a question, I am currently exercising twice a week for 1 1/2 hour with a personal trainer and 3 times a week 45min cardio work. I plan on cointinuing with my personal trainer for another month or so. During my sessions with him I do a lot of weight lifting and squats and abs. My period should be comming this Friday or Sat. ( I haven't started trying yet) We are going to start trying on our next cycle so about 2 1/2 weeks from now.
Avatar m tn Despite an exaggerated exercise heart rate, Vo2 kinetics, cardio pulmonary performance, and maximal exercise capacity are impaired in patients with AF even without significant underlying heart disease..." - seems self-evident.
Avatar m tn One curious thing is that since 2010 i got afraid of exercising and i have been sedentary (no exercise) since then. I got deconditionated and now every little exercise like climbing stairs give me tachicardya and anxiety.... :( Can someone give me some advice? thank you!!
1278093 tn?1294323984 no wii here...
3203287 tn?1346460234 Has anyone had any problems continuing their exercise program during the treatment?
398758 tn?1248223891 Here it is July 08 and I still have not begun a program of exercise. Unless you call what I did today my program. I intentionally parked my car about halfway to the end of the parking area at Target and WALKED in. I need to do something to get in better shape. I admire you for what you are doing.
1192745 tn?1287909458 I'm also not diagnosed. I had a lot of trouble exercising because of terrible fatigue earlier this year. I ended up doing an exercise program called "strong women stay young" which is technically meant for older women who want to regain their youth. A bit odd, given that I'm only 21, but I did feel like an old lady at the time. I'd already tried tonnes of other ways to get back in shape, but this one (gradual weight lifting) was the one that finally seemed to work.
572651 tn?1531002957 I just started my exercise/breathing/diet program at the Lung Function Centre in our city. I have Chronic Bronchitis, Emphysema and Asthma so it is doubly hard to exercise due to a lack of air which not only makes it harder to breath but also make my legs darn weak! So, apparently I am going to be learning to breath in a manner that will make things easier on my lungs along with all sorts of exercise.
Avatar m tn My heart rate remains pretty steady even over 3 hr exercise. - I have had many echo tests, and always show normal, no apparent disease. - The observation about adrenaline is interesting. My cardiologist suggested this part of my problems might be related to the level of adrenaline changing after some time. (So I asked how to make it change SOONER, and he did not have an answer !) I thought it might be related to changes in electrolytes because of long periods of sweating while running.
Avatar n tn Mine ease with rest, increase with exercise, and are perfectly benign. The "worse with exercise" rule of thumb is primarily in regard to people with coronary artery disease or structural heart defects. I just had a Holter. I had 52 ectopic beats, 48 of which occurred during exercise. Still fine. Hang in there!