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Miami Heart Foundation 3 Day Diet
I started a lean bulk diet yesterday, eating 6 meals a day. I'm feeling a lot chest pain where my heart is, should I be worried? Btw the diet is clean
Chest pain: Your age is not usually associated with heart issues, but any time one does have pain in that area, it is wise to see a physician to be sure. Especially if you feel it with exertion or if you have family history of heart disease, feel faint, light headed or have palpitations.
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Cut out refined carbs + sugar frm diet ysterdy. Now getting occasional heart palps (skip beat feeling ~10x/day). Worry? Should I go back 2 old diet?
Not an athlete. Walk a bit daily. Diet 1200 cals a day. Resting heart rate in 50's. Why? Is it safe?
Heart rate: Though the textbook definition of bradycardia (slow HR) is < 60, young people & athletes often have a HR much slower than this at rest. It is normal for the HR to accelerate with exercise; if it doesn't then there might be a problem. Symptoms of bradycardia might include dizziness or fatigue. If you have particular concerns, consider an Inbox Consult with a doc here on HealthTap
I've always been underweight, but my diet has included (a lot?) saturated fat (92% dv per day) the past year, should I worry about heart attack?
I will recommend: You to get a lipid panel and check triglycerides, total cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol. Also, balance your diet more with more proteins, complex carbohydrates, vegetables and less unsaturated fats. Being skinny do not always translate into being healthy. I will avoid saturated fats at all.See 1 more doctor answer
High salt: 43F from NY NY asks: Can high salt intake in my diet on one particular day cause heart palpitations? ANS: yes if your BP is salt sensitive that is if you BP spikes when you eat a vey high slat intake say 10, 000 mg a day it could cause these. But you can work with your Dr. To test this out.See 1 more doctor answer
Woke up with my heart beating fast but not with strength? Blood pressure past few days been over 132 / 89 84. Can poor diet make your heart weaker? Feel like it's getting weaker day by day not pumping enough blood. Did a stress and X-ray normal
Anxiety: I think that you may be suffering from an anxiety syndrome. Poor di5 may make you feel weaker but would have to occur for a long period of time to affect your heart it will not diminish it's pumping of blood I think that you need to learn to relax and that will help to make you feel better
Managed high BP. Healthy diet. Exercise regularly - HIIT. Prediabetic. Cholesterol borderline. Why heart rate increase rapidly after a short day nap?
Heart rate is: Regulated under autonomic control and function. Aging, glucose intolerance, medications, physical condition and hydration can all have effects on the autonomic system resulting in variability to the heart rate response to various activities. Sleeping can additionally affect the autonomic responses. I suspect this is normal physiology for you and represents your body's response to these factors.See 1 more doctor answer
With no h. Pylori infection, is it likely to get heart burn if I take over 1g of fish oil per day? Can I take it with a glass of diet strawberry soda?
Stops arterioscleros: It reduces the likelihood of having a heart attack and dying of heart disease.
Phenmetrazine: Preludin is an amphetamine, removed from the us market because of its potential for abuse and addiction. During use, it can cause acute cardiac side effects but it doesn't cause the late heart disease (valve problems) like other diet pills. If you survived the 60s (obviously) and don't use now, you're ok.
Possible for OTC diet pills to aggravate/bring out underlying heart condition? Took 3 mos, quit, almost had heart attk6/20.Sx still present, not as often
What was in them?: Diet pills containing ephedrine (ephedrine sulfate) are known for affecting heart rate and rhythm and are essentially banned. Other dangerous diet pill components include synephrine, phenolphthalein, and sibutramine, among others. Duration of adverse effects could be very unpredictable and possibly prolonged. Safest: healthy diet and regular exercise for weight loss. Good luck!See 1 more doctor answer
What kind of diet should one be on after they've found out they have a cholesterol build up in their heart?
Cholesterol diet: Cholesterol build up in the heart is a sign of elevated cholesterol, poor genetics, and a marker for an elevated risk of heart disease. The diet should be one high in anti-oxidants, low in saturated fats, low in cholesterol, and this should be combined with a regular exercise plan. Increasing intake of fish, red wine, and lowering intake of complex carbohydrates would also be appropriate.
Does a unhealthy diet in childhood cause further heart problems later on? I am 17 now and am in good health.
Certainly Possible: Dietary habits tend to persist. Changes that lead to atherosclerotic heart disease begin to occur in adolescence, so your diet now can affect your risks later on. These risks are modifiable though, so changing your habits can potentially reverse those changes.See 1 more doctor answer
Heart rate keeps bottoming out, feel like I'm going to hit the floor. Tried diet, stping toporal etc. Still have reads of 44, 47, 52. What else to do?
Nothing: Stop worrying. This rate does not cause any symptoms. If ur hr does not increase with exercise, then must see a cardiologist.
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