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Avatar n tn I'm 17 weeks into an exercise program to recover from being pretty deconditioned. Starting out with 10 minute walks, and now I walk 30 minutes or go 20 minutes on my elliptical trainer every day. My resting heart rate has dropped from mid 80s to low 70s, and anxiety or mild exertion doesn't send my heart rate above 100 like it used to. But the last couple weeks, I've noticed that my heart rate has been going up more rapidly on the elliptical trainer.
Avatar f tn I need to find a moderate- intermediate exercise program while I'm pregnant. I'm nine weeks today. And I'm already showing... I'd really like to keep the weight gain healthy instead of excessive. If anyone knows where I can find a program like that let me know. Thank you!
Avatar f tn I used to do a similar style of circuit class but once I found out I was pregnant., my doctor said to stick to low-moderate intensity exercise particularly for the first trimester. To be honest I've been too tired to even think about doing those classes!
Avatar f tn I am interested in starting hcg program. Does anyone know of a Doctor or clinic in or near Chattanooga, Tn,?
Avatar m tn i had a nissen fundaplacation surgery one in 2006 another in 2011 what exercise for my stomach should i not do
Avatar f tn As stated in the above post, do be sure and check with your doctor before beginning ANY type exercise program.
Monkey Absolutely! Any exercise where your heart rate rises over 100 will be beneficial. Try to keep you heart rate elevated for at least 30 minutes 3-5 times peer week. Please consult your physician if you have any chronic medical problems. You will find that by dropping your calories to under 1800 calories per day you will be more successful at your weight loss. For most people they need to walk 35 miles to lose 1 lb of fat--possibly shorter for bike riding but not by much.
Avatar m tn Now, about 3 weeks into my new exercise program, I am starting to get palpitations during the day, while sitting at my computer. I also sometimes feel them when I'm starting a walk, however, it seems that once I warm up a bit, I don't feel them anymore. It actually seems like the only time lately I'm not feeling occasional palpitations is when I'm in the middle of a walk.
655875 tn?1295695107 I was wondering about the 10,000 steps exercise program, but I'm a little confused. I was watching Dr. Oz(however, I'm not a fan) talk to this lady aout the 10,000 steps program. He stated that the 10,000 steps needed to take place at least twice a week in the same day. This sounds interesting to me, but I physically can not take the 10,000 steps without going into unbearable pain if it is done all at once.
1436330 tn?1284666036 Hello, about one year ago I to did the iop. It was a great program the only bad thing for me was when I heard some of the stories I thought to myself "well I'm not that bad" although I didn't use while I was there 8 am to 5pm. When I got in the car I took one half of a hydrocodone when Before I was takin 3/4 a day, so I made it thu the program but a few months later I was up to 6 a day! Now a year later I hate it that I didn't try harder!
Avatar m tn Your feeling that your breathing has returned to baseline normal is important but should not alone, be relied upon to make the decision to return to your full exercise program. In addition, even should all the preceding be favorable, it would be wise to resume exercise with a low-level program and increase it over 1-2 weeks, in a stepwise fashion, every 2-3 days. If still unsure that all is well, check with your asthma doctor.
Avatar f tn Does anyone here have experience with a fitness program? I've been sick for two months and it's been so hard to try and stay in shape. I try to do as much as I can when I can but exhaustion or pain leave me very limited. Any suggestions?
Avatar f tn Just wanted to update you guys on how my exercise program is going. I have been meeting with a personal trainer now for two months, twice a week for about 45 minutes. I have had NO major setbacks so far!!! She happens to also be a nurse, so I felt less anxious about working with her. She was unfamiliar with Dysautonomia, POTS, but researched it so that she would understand my condition(s). Needless to say, she was nervous about working with me and saw me (as I did) as fragile.
Avatar f tn Someone who is in shape can exercise vigorously, but somebody who has not been getting any real exercise will need to start out with an easier program. Somebody in between can work out at a moderate pace. Everybody should exercise a minimum of 3 days a week to make any gains at all, and it really takes at least four to see fast results. Once the heart is in shape and the body muscles are used to a light program you can step it up to something more moderate.
483733 tn?1326798446 While playing the waiting game to hear how they are going to treat my issues, is it OK to exercise? I'm not a normally active (exercise wise) person. I don't want to do anything that would cause cysts to burst or twist. What do you think?
Avatar f tn I know it is too early (1 week post op), but looking forward, has any found a relaxing exercise program? My first thoughts were yoga, swim, or Zumba. I kook forward to trying something when the time is right. Thanks!
1646836 tn?1301430573 See your doctor before you start any exercise program. If you haven't worked out in a while (or ever) start with a walking program of about 20 to 30 minutes, 3 days a week. Every day, ask yourself how you will make your life healthier. It can be as simple as drinking more water or parking farther away from the front door.
Avatar n tn My last period was about 3 months ago. I also have been on a diet and exercise program for abou 8 months and have lost about 35 lbs. I do aerobic exercise 4-5 days a week for 30-45 minutes. I have spotting after exercising. It ususally is very light. Should I be concerned.
Avatar m tn They say to consult a Dr so you can have your blood pressure checked and maybe some other testing done to make sure you're healthy enough for exercise. Do you have a family Dr?
Avatar n tn I enjoyed long hikes, backpacking, going to the gym, and doing hot yoga. I even started a weightlifting program with a personal trainer. However, once I got pregnant, I became terrified of miscarrying. I stopped everything and am now having a difficult time figuring out what I can do that is low impact. What are you all doing for exercise these days? I could use some ideas. Thanks!
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.
627388 tn?1222198212 The types of exercise best suited to you and those which you should avoid The intensity of the workout (how hard you should be working) The duration of your workout and any physical limitations Referrals to other professionals, such as a physical therapist, who can help create a personal exercise program that meets your needs. The type of exercise that works best for you depends on your symptoms, fitness level, and overall health.
335728 tn?1331414412 I am scheduled to start a diet/exercise/lung function program at the end of September and I am more than a little nervous about it. After the pain I experienced from just a little painting, what is going to happen with this program? I am not sure whether or not to tell them that I have MS and it has been deemed "in-active" or not or what I should tell them.
1339241 tn?1275943493 You have to go to a qualified exercise therapist with experience in relieving disk pressure on a nerve. Generally they will only take referrals from an M.D. after evaluating an MRI to avoid litigation by recommending exercises that would cause damage. These people are pretty good and the exercises really have to be shown in person. Exercises to improve muscle tone are used because that is what keeps disc separation within normal limits. Usually intermittant mild axial traction is recommended.
Avatar f tn How important is exercise to recovery? If someone has been in hospital for 9 weeks and is very weak it is difficult to "make " them exercise if they are not feeling well. Any suggestions??
327385 tn?1378360731 Oh! Me too! About the only thing I can do seems to be walking... and yeah, when it gets cold out, that starts to get difficult. Anything that puts my neck at an odd angle... or anything that bounces my head around... always gives me a headache!! And, usually any exercise that causes too much exertion will result in a headache too. Basically it means no exercise. And, my doctor is always saying "exercise! you need to exercise, that will help your headaches!