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What kind of exercise is good for lessening your coronary artery disease?

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Dr. Eric Toloza
Surgery - Thoracic
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In brief: Aerobic

Under supervision by your md, aerobic exercise will help recruit smaller arteries that feed your heart muscles and can develop natural bypasses around narrowed coronary arteries.

In brief: Aerobic

Under supervision by your md, aerobic exercise will help recruit smaller arteries that feed your heart muscles and can develop natural bypasses around narrowed coronary arteries.
Dr. Eric Toloza
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Dr. Mary Callahan
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Exercise

Aerobic exercise such as running, walking, biking or swimming when done for at least 20 minutes in a row for at least three times per week can lessen your risk of heart disease.
These are the classic types of exercises, but almost any exercise when done for a period of time repeatedly can lower your risk of heart disease.

In brief: Exercise

Aerobic exercise such as running, walking, biking or swimming when done for at least 20 minutes in a row for at least three times per week can lessen your risk of heart disease.
These are the classic types of exercises, but almost any exercise when done for a period of time repeatedly can lower your risk of heart disease.
Dr. Mary Callahan
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