Heart disease. This depends totally on the individual concerning what type of heart disease, and how much damage has occurred with the heart disease. Any one with suspected or know heart disease should have regular visits with their doctor who will individualize diagnosis and treatment and tell the patient what to expect in the future.
Heart disease. Lots of kinds of heart disease and lots of after effects.
Yes. It was helpful in a japanese study of cardiomyopathy patients. It is now commonly recommended for people on statins (lipitor, vytorin, (ezetimibe and simvastatin) crestor...) hrs, md www. Thepmc. Org.
I have heart disease and want to do a 3 day cleanse and am concerned about the effects it would have while taking my heart medication, bp meds etc.?
Caution. The cleanse might interfere with the absorption of your medications which could potentially put you at risk for any of a number of acute cardiac events. There is good science to support the benefits of the medications you have been prescribed. Do you have similar scientific or clinical evidence to support the benefits of your cleanse? Weigh your risks over your benefits and make a wise choice.
Heart attack. And heart disease is a potential risk. The latest randomized control studies showed the growing risk of marijuana-associated adverse cardiovascular effects, especially in young people. The comorbid conditions are obesity, sedentarism, high cholesterol blood pressure. Obviously, marijuana like many other drugs is the drug has side effects.
Atherosclerosis. Depends on one's personal risks smoking, obesity, hypertension, hyperlipemia, diabetes, family history. Simply, one blocks the feeding artery to part of the heart muscle and low flow, or no flow causes ischemia which cause death of the heart cells, which is a heart attack! Myocardial infarction is the medical term. Ekg and lab tests show the damage.
I'm 19 years old and a hypochondriac. I am being put on an SSRI but am worried about the side effects. What are the chances of heart disease and death?
Unlikely. It would be very unlikely for an otherwise healthy young person to experience heart disease or death from anti-depressants in usual doses. Close monitoring for efficacy and side effects is usually employed by your prescribing physician. I hope you are feeling better very soon!
Possible. But most of us do not know! We quit smoking along time ago, and can lose our licenses for trying to find out! There may be a researcher that has studied!
Varies considerably. Devil in the details. Depends on whether the degree of obstruction is low limiting enough to cause ischemia (mismatch between oxygen demand exceeding ability of the coronary vessels to supply) and which and how many coronary vessels are affected. Signs and symptoms range from none, to death.
Highly variable. With spectrum being full longevity to death...Talk to treating cardiologist.
What are the effects of cholesterol, saturated fat and lack of fitness on someone with heart disease?
All bad. A diet high in cholesterol and saturated fat and a lack of overall fitness or efforts at exercise is presumed to help progression or development of heart disease and the risk factors for such.