Exercise recovery

Common Questions and Answers about Exercise recovery


Avatar f tn High performance athletes would be increased to 90% of heart rate maximum, yet post exercise the overall recovery of each group showed quickened compared to non exercise patients. What I found interesting is the researchers chose the 80% of maximum heart rate completely arbitrarily. I wouldn't go over 70% of your max. heart rate. Talk to your doctor first.!!
Avatar m tn ve been making a real effort to exercise and get back into shape and eat right. No more gorging on sweets and high carb foods and I'm still drinking lots of water. I think this effort has really paid off in terms of how good I feel. I agree with Can-do-man that 6 months is realistic and it's also what my NP and Dr. told me. Just like treatment, everyone's different, but I'll bet you start feeling a lot better in time.
Avatar m tn Lundberg for teh same) and apart of the study is as says (Whereas exercise PVCs were related to the heart rate increase with exercise, recovery PVCs were related to coronary disease (previous myocardial infarction, coronary revascularization procedure, or pathological Q waves on resting electrocardiogram# and ST-segment depression). My Questions: 1- What is the meaning of heart failure–free patients in this study. 2- what is the meaning of (related to) in the statement above?
1436330 tn?1284666036 FInding that I have so much anxiety that buils up all day and that exercise in my new best friend, just like it used to be before my unhealthy love affair with opiates.
Avatar f tn I would refer this type of question to primary or surgeon, each individual is different in recovery phase. Upon examination, vitals check Etc.... Your physician can advise you, when best to work out. Wishing you well.
177337 tn?1310059899 I ended up going straight to the ER, and fortunately the doctors caught the trigeminy on the ECG. The recovery phase after exercise, when your heart rate is decreasing, is obviously a more likely time for PVCs and PACs to flare up, as the pulse is starting to slow...I also get the odd PVC/PAC during a run (skip sensation, flip flop or a hard thud). I think the adrenaline from the workout lingers in our system, and the opportunity for a PVC attack presents itself as we cool down.
967168 tn?1477584489 In the heart disease forum there's a thread about pvc's and exercise. Recovery PVCs During Treadmill Testing Tied to Heart Disease - http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/571891 http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/168/2/225?maxtoshow=&hits=10&RESULTFORMAT=&fulltext=Recovery+PVCs+During+Treadmill+Testing+Tied+to+Heart+Disease&searchid=1&FIRSTINDEX=0&resourcetype=HWCIT#IOI70198T3 thoughts?
Avatar f tn Try as hard as you can to stay fit, limber and graceful and your labor and recovery will go much smoother!
Avatar m tn My doctor said eating healthy and taking medication was prevent the arrtery from fully being block. My question is is this a true statement?
1733547 tn?1310332865 m thankful to God for bringing me back to life (my wife was told more than once to prepare for my leaving this world). My recovery has been miraculous - I broke every time line laid before me. I am now mainly concerned with bringing my heart back. There seems to be so many conflicting opinions about restoring heart muscle- e.g. I was told not to lift weights, but then read that resistance training does strengthen certain portions of the heart. Any advise is much appreciated.
Avatar f tn Tiredness was my worst symptom!! But you defintely need to take it easy..unfortunately I had 3 surgeries 2 with the hysterectomy and 1 a week later but my incision took 8-10 weeks to heal...the norm is 4-6 but I know the insides need to heal alot longer..just when you feel good and do too much than you realize your quite not there yet..so please take this time to recover rather than end up doing something that can cause more damage..the Doctor will give you the clearance to exercise again..
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?
1906433 tn?1321844691 I would like to get back into exercising more, however I'm concerned with how my cranium will handle it, because it's still healing from having a tumor removed in 08/11. I do walk, but I did more before the tumor was diagnosed. My neurosurgeon doesn't address anything that he doesn't seem to think is his field. My chiropractor says walk, walk, walk. Which is ok, but with the weather getting colder, I can't tolerate outside much.
Avatar f tn I am a 21 year old female. I have recently started exercising moderately for half hour every other day. I have been getting PVCs when I stop exercising and hours after when I am resting after exercise. I have also been getting them whenever I drink alcohol. I am in my third year of Uni so am a bit stressed but nothing too bad. I am a bit worried about them as I have heared about a mortality increase in people who experience PVC's in the recovery phase of exericse.
1670015 tn?1310588684 Hi, I have had muscle, tendon and joint pain for 2 years I have had blood tests, x-rays and MRI scans which all showed normal. I have just had a Vit d test which has shown I am deficient (25). My doc has told me to take 3000 units of vit d supplement per day. Can anyone give me a clue how long it will be before I start to see signs of recovery and how good the prognosis is for a full recovery. Also is it good to exercise during the treatment of just rest.
Avatar f tn I push my heartrate up to 130 for five minutes but usually maintain it at 110 during the exercise period. Is there any evidence that pushing yourself in exercise can start the problem again?
732676 tn?1242167709 I just came across a study that showed that if you have pvc's during exercise you have no increased risk of death, but that if you have them during the recovery period you have 2 times the chance of dying in 5 years compared to those who don't get them in the recovery period. And here I have been encouraged that I never notice them when I exercise and I guess that doesn't matter.
Avatar n tn Exercise makes you feel good because of the energy released, but IT DOESN'T CURE HEP B. I've been running recently because of stress from work and studies and i'm sleeping better, feeling more active and happy. I wish that it only took exercise to be free from hepb.
Avatar n tn 30 on Bruce Protocol with a max HR of 194 (I am 33 yrs old) but 10 minutes post recovery I was still 140bpm. How alarmed should I be and what can I do to fix or improve. I have already started a low carb low fat diet and started an aerobic exercise program. I am on 5mg of lisinpril for hypertensionl; my BP is now 120/77.
642877 tn?1281799282 I am wondering what the accepted criteria is. My other question is whether heart rate recovery varies for one person depending on their exercise intensity. Personally I have a very good VO2 max but my heart rate recovery is poor 15-16bpm. What complicates my measurement is that I tend to exercise comfortably at a heart rate level that is very high for my age. I am 48 and my avg. BMP (use heart monitor) during running is typically around 155.
Avatar n tn I have recently been reading how heart rate recovery after exercise may be the best indicator of future cardiac health. My father died at 57 of a suuden heart attack. He unfortunately never took very good care of himself. I am a 38 year old male and have been exercising for years as well as watching my diet. I recently had a physical and my doctor said I was in great shape. EKG was fine. Although my LDL is borderline high at 141, my HDL is 81 and my triglycerides are 78.
Avatar f tn Frequent recovery PVC's are a normal phenomenon. Your doctor will likely want to run a stress test just to ensure they are benign and not of a malignant pattern or occuring more frequently peak exercise. Barring any abnormalities there; just about every person alive will get recovery of PVC'S, how many you get would be relative to the amount you get at rest (Holter Monitor %).
Avatar f tn I do not see anything recent (2010) about recovery pvc's. I have them so my risk is increased?? for what I am soooooooooo confused my doctor said I have normal pvc"s and pac's. Increased risk is not normal is it? I am also 29 weeks pregnant and terrified to go through labor and delivery due to pvc's and pac's. This is my 5th baby but never had this problem before. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Avatar n tn Can anyone shed some light on this? Please. What does the doctor mean when he says PVC's in the recovery phase of exercise, because I have that. But then I have PVC's almost every day and sometimes all day. According to my Doctor and the cardiologist I do not have coronary artery disease, so is this just a risk for people in that category. All I want is some answers to this question, if anyone has talked to their doctor about this, please let me know.