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What serious health problems follow heart failure?

What serious health problems follow heart failure?

CHF: read this: http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/HeartFailure/Heart-Failure_UCM_002019_SubHomePage.jsp?gclid=CjwKEAjwjpeqBRCDiKqliK2aiicSJAAgKD2F-uqcCjb9o-NS4yaCBNWSkUl2X4qaPZQM5qnmH04q5hoCBo3w_wcB

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Can tooth problems cause heart or head problems? What kind?

Can tooth problems cause heart or head problems? What kind?

Yes: When you have infections in your gums and mouth the bacteria will produce toxins and inflammation that can get into your blood stream and travel to your heart and every other part of your body. These infections have been linked to, heart, kidney, lung and many other diseases. So it is very important to keep your mouth healthy. A healthy mouth will help your body stay healthier. ...Read more

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Could a person with a heart problem or heart disease exercise?

Could a person with a heart problem or heart disease exercise?

Exercise: There are many kinds of heart problem and disease. For many of them exercise is not only reasonable, it is important. The kind of heart disease/problem and the abnormality of the heart involved dictate whether exercise is appropriate. ...Read more

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Could i still exercise if I have a heart problem or heart disease?

Could i still exercise if I have a heart problem or heart disease?

Exercise heart : Yes - depending on the severity of heart problems may need monitoring or screening in your doctors office for assessing level of stress you are able to endure. ...Read more

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What's the difference between a cardivascular problem and heart disease?

What's the difference between a cardivascular problem and heart disease?

Heart disease: A cardiovascular problem is generally related to having a heart disease. A heart disease is a cardiovascular problem. Cardio means heart, vascular means blood vessel system. They are a continuum. ...Read more

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If I have a heart problem or heart disease can I still lift weights and exercise?

If I have a heart problem or heart disease can I still lift weights and exercise?

Yes: It is always advised to do exercise. That include aerobics (treadmill, bike, rowing, swimming, elliptical, etc) You may also do anaerobic: lift weights BUT should be more based in repetitions than HEAVY weights that could increase blood pressure and put a strain on the heart ...Read more