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Physical exercise to boost my health position and blood circulation

I am 60 in 2003 my open heart was done by 4-draftings now again I felt problem doctor said surgery is imposible angioplsty done by inserting 2 instantt in an arrtry 1-in other artry 3rd cant have doctor says therewill be 20/25% relief but I dont feel so would u pl let me know physical exercise to boost my health position and blood circulation pl.thaniks
Asked On : Fri, 13 Aug 2010
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Anesthesiologist 's  Response
Hi,
As you have blocked coronary artery which was not completely treated so vigouros excersise can be harmfull for you as during excersise heart require more blood flow which cannot be met by your blocked vessels. but regular mild activities like walking which does not cause breathlessness or angina can be doe and will be helpfull as it will increase blood floow in long term, consult your cardiologist for further advice
Take care
Answered: Fri, 7 Oct 2011
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hello
welcome to health care magic
excessive and rigours work out is very dangerous in your case,,please go for yoga and breathing exercises instead of physical workouts.
to boost your health and bloosd circulation best diet chart according to age ,height ,and weight will be gud option..take one cup of wheat grass juice daily every morning empty stomach...
as we have limitation of words here please mail me at payalrawat162yahoo.com for diet plan..
take care
payal
Answered: Fri, 7 Oct 2011
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