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Negative Effects Of Exercise On The Cardiovascular System
Could anyone tell me what are the short and long term effects of exercise on the cardiovascular system?
The vascular system performs circulation of blood throughout the body. It consists of the arteries and veins that run everywhere including the head, neck, chest, abdomen and all 4 extremities. The heart might also be included as it is the pump that circulates the blood thru the vascular system. The lymphatics of the body are also considered a third part ...Read more
Exercise: Exercise causes increased efficiency of body systems to facilitate higher levels of performance. ...Read more
Exercise: The first response to exercise is to increase heart rate and then blood pressure. This is the followed by several physiologic responses such as shunting blood to the muscles and the use of both Amino Acids from proteins and fats for production of energy. There are other long term changes that take place also. ...Read more
Remodeling: The answer is far more complex than 400 characters allow. Heart failure causes an overload of adrenaline-like compounds that make the heart change shape and composition, and deposit scar tissue. Meanwhile, the kidneys and the heart get their ongoing tango out of step and start miscommunicating with each other resulting in blood pressure abnormalities and other further problems. ...Read more
Sleep deprivation: Refer to diagram.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nicotine can cause spasm of blood vessels, that is constriction. It may also cause plaque formation in the blood vessel causing a reduction of blood flow.
Carbon monoxide steals the oxygen from the blood, so that organs e.G heart lung etc, and extremities receive less of the needed oxygen. ...Read more
Would panic attacks have any positive effects on the heart/cardiovascular system of the sufferer?
I was wondering what are the effects caused by a weak tricuspid valve on the cardiovascular system?
Tricuspid valve: The valve is not 'weak.' there are two main abnormalities of this valve. One is stenosis or narrowing and the other is leakiness. In isolation, tricuspid valve disease is usually well tolerated. When it is combined with other heart lesions, various problems can occur resulting in decreased cardiac output and peripheral edema. ...Read more
Panic attacks: No positive effects anybody wants to have. ...Read more
atherosclerosis: The most certain answer to your question is atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) which can result in heart attacks and congestive heart failure, both of which could result in death. There are also a number of inherited conditions which can result in fatal heart rhythms such as long qt syndrome, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, brugada syndrome, etc.…. ...Read more
Root cause of all ev: Cause of all cardiac illness.Get a more detailed answer ›
Distribute blood: The heart pumps oxygenated blood through the arteries to the organs and the veins bring the unoxygenated blood back to the heart. ...Read more
Cv system: The cardiovascular system circulates blood and nutrient through the body and maintains the dynamic forces needed to do that. ...Read more
Mostly indirectly: Acute leukemia can cause anemia (bleeding or low production) which if severe leads to low blood pressure, fast heart rate, stressing the heart and may lead to congestive heart failure. Infection and sepsis can happen leading to shock and rapid death if untreated. The treatment of leukemia may involve drugs that affect the heart and multiple blood transfusions that can cause fluid overload. ...Read more
To adapt: To changing physiological demands. As an example heart rate goes up in response to fright or fight. ...Read more
The structure?: To effect the structure of, say, the heart requires an embryological defect - in other words you're often born with it. Over time there's a ton of things that can effect the heart structure - commonly things like chronic hypertension or valvular disorders can effect the structure of the heart walls and chambers. ...Read more
NS to CS: The heart and cardiovascular system receive parasympathetic and sympathetic innervation. The parasympathetics are craniosacral and the sympathetic nerves are in the thoracic area of the spinal column. ...Read more
It Seems To Help: The exact cause-and-effect mechanism between excellent oral health & improved cardiovascular health is not yet know, but there is definitely a strong correlation. It's probably related to lower overall inflammation within the body in people with good gum health. Some studies suggest more than double the risk of fatal heart attack and stroke in people with unhealthy gums. So, don't risk it. Floss! ...Read more
You can't: You can assume that any tobacco smoke to which you are exposed is harmful. If you want to be more precise, an arterial blood gas test could measure your carboxyhemoglobin level which is a measure of the amount of carbon monoxide (ie smoke) to which you' ve been exposed. ...Read more
Omega 3 Fatty Acids:
Omega-3 fatty acids; vitamin e; magnesium; folate; fiber; heart-favorable mono- and polyunsaturated fats; phytosterols are all nutrients that are heart healthy.
Please see the below website for top 25 heart healthy food.
http://www. Webmd. Com/food-recipes/features/25-top-heart-healthy-foods. ...Read more
Smoking: In absolutely no positive way. The technicalities are too great to give here. See. :http://m.Hopkinsmedicine. Org/healthlibrary/conditions/adult/cardiovascular_diseases/smoking_and_cardiovascular_disease_85, p00242/. ...Read more
Cardiovascular syste: The musculoskeletal system can not work without the cardiovascular system. The CV system supplies the energy substrate for the musculoskeletal system to work. ...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