Heart disease exercise and aging

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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 n tn Aging with congestive heart disease. Age 48, diagnosed age 38. Issues tired ocassional dropping with severe dizziness. After effects sleep.
Avatar n tn Without exercise, the stenosis decreases cardicac output and the heart can be overworked and weakened trying toi meet oxygen demand. A stronger heart with exercise helps the heart to meet the demand effectively.
Avatar n tn Aging with congestive heart disease. Age 48, diagnosed age 38. Issues tired ocassional dropping with severe dizziness. After effects sleep.
Avatar m tn This can often times be associated with underlying cardiovascular disease involving the heart and blood vessels of the neck, arms, stomach, and leg. A vascular specialist is often involved if there are signs of peripheral vascular disease such as claudication (leg pain that occurs with exercise, relieved with rest).
Avatar f tn Also have MVP with moderate regurgitation and hypothyroidism. Exercise very regularly, non smoker, occasional glass of wine. Healthy eating habits and weight. Family history of atherosclerosis, father died of heart attack at 54yo (very unhealthy lifestyle). Blood pressure usually 100/60, occasional palpitations. Meds: synthroid, inderal, aspirin. Is there anything else I can do to stay healthy or am I predestined for heart disease or stroke?
Avatar m tn what is difference between Heart attack and Angina pain
Avatar n tn 4cm at age 24, what would his left atrium size be 20 years later if he is active and exercises a lot during this time period and has no heart disease?Approximately what would the normal expected increase be in cm?Thank you.
928985 tn?1254306332 I have: seasonal allergies, eczema induced by dry/cold weather and barometric pressure changes, flushing rosacea, and ocular rosacea. This is what I do to alleviate symptoms. Keep in mind that these are chronic conditions and I can't "make them go away". Rather, I can treat the symptoms of the conditions and try to manage my outbreaks as much as possible. My treatment depends on the day. Thank God yesterday I had a day where I was about 95% symptom-free. That was AMAZING.
1200240 tn?1289339687 My hubby has heart disease.He went along to the GP yesterday and he is refering him back to the consultant for further investigation as he has been coming over very poorly and his pulse was low. The GP told him the consultant will probably tell him he's to have a heart bypass which is worrying him now. Today he came over bad in himself as he has been doing quite a lot, he seems a shadow of his normal self.He gets so fatigued and feels very ill in himself.
Avatar m tn An estimated 5.4 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease, and an estimated 600,000 more may suffer from an often misdiagnosed subtype called "hippocampal sparing" Alzheimer’s Since there’s no conventional cure, the issue of prevention is absolutely critical if you want to avoid becoming an Alzheimer’s statistic.
Avatar f tn Should I exercise or dance, which is my weekly exercise? I forgot to ask my Doctor and I am scheduled for a Heart Cauterization in 10days I will be needing Surgery when the time is right, I am 71 yrs young!
Avatar n tn I give her sildenafil twice a day for this disease. My question is since she is over weight and does not exercise and has this disease, can she go swimming for exercise purposes?
Avatar n tn t be using that stuff but are there some foods that could be causing this increase? If not what else might be the cause (aging) and what other test might we consider Thanks!
Avatar f tn where were these high readings taken? systolic goes up with stress and exercise. do not chalk anything up to aging, that is where we get into trouble. it is a bunch of b.s. besides 55 is young. now if you have a mitral valve murmur with history of cardiomyopathy, like momto has, then i would worry about any rise in blood pressure. never chalk that up to aging.
Avatar m tn Blood pressure is supposed to increase significant during exercise, mine is 120/70 at rest and 210/80 during (max) exercise. Sudden drops in blood pressure can have many causes, and I don't think us speculating here will be of any help. You need to ask your doctor for a stress EKG test, to see if your heart rhythm changes when your blood pressure drops. Some theories: - Arrhythmias (such as atrial fibrillation) causing the heart to pump to fast and inefficient.
Avatar n tn I have a family history of cardiomyopathy and heart disease. I have been having funny heart flutters and fatigue. My GP sent me off to have an echocardiogram. The results showed sinus arrhythmia, and mitral and aortic annular calcification. I am 39 years old do I need to follow up with the GP or is this an okay result?
Avatar m tn Exercise Prescription for Thyroid and Hyperthyroid Disease More research is required to fully elucidate the impact of exercise on individuals with thyroid and parathyroid dysfunction. As a general rule, you should first ensure that your condition is well-managed and under the care of a qualified medical practitioner (i.e. endocrinologist) before participating in exercise.
Avatar f tn t any family history of heart disease. My age does not indicate towards heart problems. I am so worried abt my health and future. Somebody plz help me. If i am at risk of heart attack or CAD. What should i do. Plz reply.
1652617 tn?1301853701 Either process burdens the heart and may lead to serious problems including heart failure. A mechanical heart valve is intended to replace a diseased heart valve with its prosthetic equivalent.
1085002 tn?1256414949 I went to m doctor for a check up, and she did an EKG and referred me to a heart doctor for a stress test. I took the first one, that they stopped because they said my blood pressure should be going up andmin went down, so they had me retake it putting in some radiation to see how things looked After taking that test, they found some areas they could not tell about so referred me for a heath Cath. I was totally SHOCKED to learn I had 4 large arteries that were 50% BLOCKED.
469720 tn?1388146349 These treatments may include further investigation into the state of disease in the coronaries, which could lead to heart disease, and carotids, which could lead to stroke, as well as the legs, and treating the significant areas of blockage that are found. Treatment with lifestyle modification and medication may slow the natural advancement of the disease.