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What Exercises Are Safe For Cardiomyopathy
I have congestive heart failure with a 30% ejection fraction, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy , and left bundle branch block is it safe for me to fly?
Depends: It depends on your overall health. Do you have an icd, are you on daily oxygen, daily medications, can you sit for exended lengths of time, how long is the flight? Commercial airlines have cabin pressures set to about 7000ft. So if you can tolerate that altitude (denver is about 5600ft), air travel may be ok. Discuss with your doctor. Tsa will need to know if you have an icd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Cardiomyopathy: People with cardiomyopathy vary by type of cardiomyopathy and by how much (if at all) their heart function is compromised. Before beginning any exercise regimen, you should discuss with your cardiologist to determine what is safe for you. I cannot stress enough how important it is to do that. ...Read more
Exercise and cardiomyopathy. I just got my silver sneakers card through my insurance to go to the local ymca. I need to know what exercise i can do?
Exercise: Walk half hour a day, three times a week light weight work. ...Read more
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