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The Effects Of Exercise On Heart Rate Health
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
What are the effects of cholesterol, saturated fat and lack of fitness on someone with heart disease?
What's the long term effects of the heart rate lowering Bisoprolol 2.5mg in healthy people for Sinus Tachycardia.Can they increase Aortic pressure?
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
When using a heart rate monitor for exercise, how do you factor into your heart range the intended effects of heart meds?
Heart rate for exerc: Theoretical maximum heart rate is 220 minus your age, so your max would be 147. Depending on your goals and fitness level your workout heart rate should be between 60-80 percent of your max, so around 90-115 beats per min. Heart medication such as a beta blocker will typically make it difficult to get the heart rate much above 100. ...Read more
Just curious, how is a panic attack any different than cardio exercise on the body? Both stress the heart, elevate heart rate and BP etc.
The difference is: panic attack stems from anxiety, worry, depression and is emotionally situational and comes and goes until what's causing the anxiety state is resolved or under control....cardio exercise is temporarily ,controlled state that is willfully, purposely, being driven and after this controlled state( exercise) is stopped everything such as hearty rate, pulse rate goes back to normal. ...Read more
Cardiac drift: With prolonged exercise, breathing rate increases to meet the oxygen demands of working muscle. Heart rate increases, but it does not plateau. A steady increase in heart rate is seen with prolonged exercise due to 'cardiac drift'. The heart rate increases in order to maintain your cardiac output in the face of decreased 'preload' due to dehydration and blood diverting to skin for heat loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: The heart rate is variable throughout different ages, activities, mental, physical, ambiental circumstances. Only when heart rate variability is EXTREMELY exaggerated it could bring some problems. If you do not have symptoms: PLEASE do not waste any time or effort measuring your heart rate ...Read more
Sleep deprivation: Refer to diagram.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are your thoughts on the Palio diet? Does the increase in meats affect LDL's & risk of CHD in long term?
Not the way: I'm sorry to possibly burst your bubble, but none of these fad diets are the answer long term to good health. While there may be some short term gains with weight loss, the long term effects are indeed something to be concerned about. Learn about a low carbohydrate, high vegetable and fruit balanced diet that you can maintain for a lifetime and you will some out much further ahead. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As opposed to?: The stresses of life in poverty-stricken 3rd world countries? ...Read more
Beneficial: Statins have helped lower cholesterol as well as silent inflammation in many patients. With patients who have had a heart attach, maintaining LDL levels below 70 for 18 months have shown a reversal of plaque formation. However the statin itself will not prevent a heart attack or stroke. It is the combination of medication with lifestyle improvement that makes true changes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alcohol's Effects: Alcohol is a diuretic...Making you pee off fluids through your kidneys. It is also a depressant and can really make moodiness or depression worse. So, if you are dehydrated both of the heart symptoms you describe above will be made worse with alcohol...Everything else being normal. ...Read more
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