If so, how does that work, because I have heard it is dangerous for people with
VT to exert their hearts, but if exercise
actually seems to bring the VT down, how does this evolutionary catch-22 work?
7.) Once I am able to find out exactly what kind of arrhythmias I have, and if some of them are deemed a little more risky to live an active life with, or if later on in life I just can’t deal with the symptoms of a less dangerous one, would catheter ablation be particularly risky?