Doctor insights on:
Exercise Bradycardia Hyperlipidemia
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
Slow heart rate, also called bradycardia, is defined as a resting heart rate (pulse) less than 60 beats per minute. Having a heart rate less than 60 is not necessarily abnormal. In fact, people in good cardiovascular shape have a low heart rate. People with certain heart conditions may take medications which lower the heart rate as one of ...Read more
My mom is 65 yrs. Old with familial hyperlipidemia (5'2/128 lbs).She is having bradycardia when she sleeps and eats. Her pulse is 36.What is this?
If i was diagnosed w hyperlipidemia and bradycardia w aortic valve issues and severe pad. Will i need a pacemaker?
Pacemaker: That is a decision that your cardiologist can help make for your particular situation. See your cardiologist. ...Read more
C below: Nope. Bradycardia does not cause chest pain. If it is related to exercise, and depending on the quality, you might likely need further testing even though you are 21. A 21 year old should not be having chest pain when exercising. Describe it in more detail to give better answer ...Read more
What does "Baseline rhythm is sinus bradycardia" Min HR = 36 Max = 127 (this was during exercise). This is just the Holter test.
Unremarkable: essentially a Normal rhythm and rate low when presumably resting/ sleeping and faster when exercising ...Read more
My mom has familial hypertriglyceridemia and bradycardia (36 bpm) when she eats/sleeps flat). The heart beat will increase with exercise.Any ideas?
Unrelated: The two issues are unrelated.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sinus bradycardia otherwise normal EKG, the slow heart rate something to be concerned with Ian not an athlete 6"2 201 slim exercise regime
See below.: Hyperlipidemia refers to elevated cholesterol and/or elevated triglycerides and low HDL (good cholesterol). These abnormalities are important because the increase the risk of developing vascular disease over time. They are especially important in patients with other risk factors such as hypertension, diabetes, cigarette smoking and family history of premature heart disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: You may consult this site for info on this topic: http://www.webmd.com/cholesterol-management/hyperlipidemia-overview#1 ...Read more
Not usually: Only if accompanied by symptoms like enervation, dizziness, shortness of breath. If naturally occurring (no heart rhythm disturbance or medication adverse effect) and no symptoms, probably would simply observe. Otherwise, underlying conditions need to be sought and treated accordingly. Some may require a pacemaker if symptomatic and not responsive to conservative therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing or a lot: Not all bradycardia is bad. Some people have resting heart rates that are low without any symptoms. But if its low, the rhythm has bad features, and or the patient is symptomatic, many things need to be considered. What medicines the patient is on, any underlying heart disease, maybe a pacemaker. There are many things to consider for a proper treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bradycardia: This depends upon the age of the patient -child vs adult, and health status of the patient. Generally speaking, the most common causes of bradycardia are issues with the conducting system in the heart caused by heart disease and aging, medications causing bradycardia, and certain medical conditions distinct from heart disease can produce this as well. ...Read more
Yes: athletes have it all the time - pulse 40's, 50's and feeling just fine ...Read more
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
- Talk to a doctor online
- Exercise induced bradycardia
- Studies on diet exercise efficacy in preventing hyperlipidemia
- Hyperlipidemia and hypertension
- Consequences of hyperlipidemia
- Etiology of hyperlipidemia
- Mixed hyperlipidemia
- Hyperlipidemia and hypothyroidism
- Complications of hyperlipidemia