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Avatar n tn Everytime I click on post i get this message stating that the maximum postings have been acheived and they open it up for later time zones. Somebody needs to tell the good doctors that there are 7 times zones in the USA. And other than sitting at a PC from 8am to 5PM in all of the time zones one is SOL, one may never get to post. It's the middle of the night right now for me.
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Avatar m tn s has a good book, Heart Zone Training. It gives specific heart training zones to improve cardiovascular fitness. I take a medication to lower my heart rate. However, it would be preferred to lower heart rate through exercise, as side effects of mediation I do not care for. Also, continual stress may raise heart rate (Type A personality). May learn some relaxation techniques.
Avatar m tn The heart size is normal. Mediastinal and hilar contours are approximately as expected except that there is relatively increased density over an about 2.1 x 2.7 cm zone projected at the right hilum for the PA radiograph. There is a calcified right lateral superior lung zone region 0.6 x 0.9 cm subpleural nodule. There are fine fibronodular densities in both apical most lung zones and slight coarsening of the right suprahilar interstitial markings. A very dense ovoid 0.5 x 0.
1801781 tn?1461629469 LB... I have a BIG A** smile on my face right now! Yoga has been a HUGE part of my recovery. I am thrilled you are giving it a shot as I've seen it transform so many lives. My heart is glad right now reading your words of hope and resilience...I'm so proud of you. Keep taking steps on this brave new path, your heart's desires will be realized.
Avatar n tn I have been reading about heart palpitations (skipped heart beats) and have some questions. I have been "spinning" now for about 7 years. I normally work out in the 80% zone for strenth training 3-4 times a week. At times I'll take a month off and hit the lower zones around 70% mhr. About a week in the lower zone and my heart starts this non sense.
Avatar n tn From there you figure different heart zones to work in. 70-80% they say is where you achieve good aerobic fitness. I take medication to slow my heart, as I have been diagnosed with inappropriate sinus tachycardia. However, I am still able to achieve HR in 70-90% of my target heart rate. However, I only spend a little time in upper ranges. I base my workouts on how my BP is doing. If i do overexert, too much time at upper ends, it can drive my HR up.
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Avatar n tn I purchased a heart rate monitor to keep track of my target heart rate and have quickly noticed my heart rate is quite fast. My resting heart rate is 84 bpm. This was taken this morning when I woke up and was still lying in bed. A few days ago when I was working out I checked my heart rate and it was pretty steady at about 155 bpm. At one point when I increased the speed and incline of the treadmill, it peaked at about 180 bpm.
Avatar n tn If it is still high, I would say take a day off or less strenuous workout, walking. Try Heart Zones Training.
Avatar m tn Your heart rate should recover quicker than it sounds like it is. May want to look into Heart Zones training. Sally Edwards has a good book on this. Basically, she divides your heart training rate into 5 zones and most aerobic benefits are found in zone 3, 70-80% of your target heart rate. 80-90% should be used if you are in good shape. This does seem to be helping me with my exercise and I have seen some improvement in heart rate and blood pressures using this system.
Avatar f tn Haziness is seen in the inner lung zones. Heart size is normal. The diaphragm and chest are unremarkable. Conclusion: PNEUMONITIS, BILATERAL. " Will someone help me to understand the above result. Thank you.
Avatar f tn I'm just curious as to the different time zones we all live in? Its 11:13 pm where I stay. What time is it for you ladies?
1211508 tn?1343079605 So it's a classic catch 22--exercise is more likely to give you a heart attack in that moment than say resting, but of course if we just rest forever we are more likely to get a heart attack in the long run, right? But we should probably still exercise, I trust. But should we dial the exercises down & work at "safer" HRs? I've been really getting into cycling this summer.
1556526 tn?1299298941 chest pain, what if thinking, feel like im dying, heart flutters, mind that wont stop spinning, thoughts of worse case scenario, constant worry and fear. my dr prescribed me 1/2 to 1 ativan 2x a day when needed but dont seem to help i dont want something that zones me out or takes months to work and the less side effects the better any suggestions?
Avatar f tn Has anyone purchased the fetal heart Doppler from Wal-Mart ??? How was it ?? Did it work ??
Avatar m tn I am using a Polar heard monitor while on the treadmill. Should I base my numbers (target heart zones) when I have taken Lopressor or should I be working out BEFORE I take the Lopressor??? As one would expect I must work much harder to get into the "zone" when on the Lopressor then when I have NOT taken one. Thank you for any help you can provide on this.
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1388999 tn?1370042814 Oh dear I think you are all in bed different time zones.
Avatar m tn Many of us can have heart rate zones where premature beats (in young people usually PACs - extra beats from the upper heart chambers) occur. They can have many causes, and adrenaline excess is the most common. If we start to worry about the heart rhythm during exercise, it can get a lot worse. From what I've heard (and unfortunately experienced myself from time to time) it usually happens in the beginning of exercise, or in the heart rate zones 130-160 bpm.
Avatar f tn Hi there. I was looking at the heart rhythm forum in the ask and expert area and was hoping to post a question. I don't see an option to post, however. I only see "view archives". Is this forum not redundant? It looks like someone has posted recently but I don't know how that would have been possible.
Avatar m tn I am 42 years old. My BP is not perfect with the medication but it is not in the danger zones based on the guidelines. My average daily readings over the past three months is 126/85 with a heart rate of 108. My doctor wants be to see a specialist now to look at my blood pressure. Is this necessary with this type of number? Is he being overly cautious?
Avatar m tn Hi Dear Drs I am a 25 years old man with a comparatively dark skin but not black race. Recently I noticed two dark zones on my face skin symmetrically beside my eyes. The appearance of these dark areas may be as a result of the manipulation of my previous acnes. and as I searched its most probably to be a post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH). But regardless of the cause of their development a cosmetic center adviced me to undergo a dislayeration IPL treatment to solve that and I did so.
Avatar m tn Every time I go to the Doctors forum for heart disease the page says the daily limit on quesions has been reached. This also occurs early in the morning as today at 3am. Has anyone been able to use this forum? I can't seem to find a feedback link to an administrator of these forums to pose this question to.
9583605 tn?1409517265 Have any of you tried the heartbeat app on iPhone for $4.99?