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Can You Exercise With Tachycardia
Exercise Or Physical Activity (Definition)
Exercise is a physical activity that is completed to maintain or improve health. Benefits of exercise include weight maintenance, improving mood, increasing energy, preventing or controlling chronic diseases, promoting better sleeping, and improving sex life and libido. ...Read more
Gently please: The benefits of regular exercise are many. Gentle exercise with pleurisy should be fine. Listen to your body, don't push it too hard, but definitely avoid being too sedentary. Yoga may be an excellent choice of exercise type while you are recovering. Resting well afterwards is equally important. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bradycardia-: Resting bradycardia in itself is not necessarily a problem with exercise. As long as there is no underlying cardiac elecrtical conduction problem, the heart rate should increase appropriately with exercise; if it does not, then something else is going on. People with hyperlipidemia should always exercise, if there is no contraindication, as routine exercise improves cholesterol levels. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Walking pneumonia is a loose label that can be applied to any pneumonia that you don't need IV antibiotics to treat.It can be mild and not effect your daily activities or keep your strength down to the point you don't want to get out of bed. If you feel well enough to exercise it is probably fine to do so. If you are running fever, I would watch it because your system is already not compensating ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What you expect BP and hr of a person with congestive heart failure to be at rest and with exercise?
Complex: Just having CHF doesn't predict what BP and hr will be. They could be anything. But what one would expect is that the functional capacity (exercise tolerance) would be impaired (maximum oxygen consumption index would be reduced), hr would rise more quickly than in a healthy person, and, especially, the hr recovery (time it takes for the hr to slow again after exercise) would be seriously impaired. ...Read more
With MDs supervision: Exercise is an essential part of everyone's health. As a cardiologist I have counseled thousands with heart conditions on a safe and maximally beneficial exercise regimen. The exercise must be indiviualized based upon a thorough understanding of the specific heart condition with its limitations and any potential dangers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise: Productive exercise causes the body to need more blood flow to the tissues to cause induction of increased exercise capacity. An increased heart rate during exercise indicates this is in play. In general if the exercise isn't enough to elevate heart rate, it isn't enough exercise. The heart rate target is usually 120 to 150 but higher rates are appropriate for some people. ...Read more
Brady/tachy: There is a common syndrome called brady/tachy syndrome also called sick sinus syndrome which has both tachy and bradycardia as parts of the problem. ...Read more
If diagnosed with cardiac ischemia, is it safe to exercise, or does physical activity worsen your condition?
Metronome: A metronome can help you keep a steady pace. ...Read more
Automatic atrial tachycardia with exercise? How do you differentiate from innapropriate sinus tachycardia? Which would be more likely in an athlete?
Tachycardia: Inappropriate sinus tachycardia - elevated heart rate (HR) at rest > 100 sitting/standing. Athletes usually have a slow HR at rest. Atrial tachycardia/fibrillation/flutter with excessive HR more common in extreme athletes with exercise. Cause unclear - may be due to electrical changes from extreme endurance exercise to atrial electrical properties of the heart. More exercise not always better. ...Read more
Maybe both: The purpose of an exercise treadmill is to elevate your heart rate up to your target heart rate to test the pump and electrical system. The object is not to make you collapse although that does rarely occur. We generally stop the test if there is a sense of impending collapse. ...Read more
Seizure v. exercise: Exercise and work outs should not cause a seizure. Perhaps an exception would be ultramarathon. If you were to exercise so much you became dehydrated or ill, or you had a very low blood sugar and diabetes, you could have a seizure. Generally though, exercise cannot cause a seizure. Head injuries however can cause seizures. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
EIA: Exercise induced asthma (eia) is a common problem especially in elite athletes. Talk this over with your physician so you can work out a pre-exercise treatment regimen. Your shoulder is another story. You may want to talk this over with a sports medicine physician who can give you an exercise regimen that won't damage your shoulder. Don;t do anything on your own is either case. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a person with a fast heart beat of (90bpm) do cardio exercise and weight training? Does it make it worse the situation?
Exercising + Adrenal: Walking in nature or other meditative exercises help to decrease the body's stress response and call for cortisol. If a person has "adrenal fatigue", they have poor exercise recovery from extreme exertion, and that can delay healing. I always recommend avoid over-training if a person has impaired recovery from exercise or a suspicion of adrenal fatigue. ...Read more
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