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Exercises for people with pacemakers

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Chest pressure, pacemaker, at rest, light exercise, angina ?

I'm having chest pressure and have a pacemaker. The pressure is quite intense, can be at rest or light exercise , lasts a minute or two. Could this be angina? ...
 

Can viral infections trigger hematuria in healthy people?

need to know if this is iga to continue with my life?. (I have not done any exercise for over a month since it started so the blood is not because of exercise) Im just worried I have an IgA nephropathy ...
 

What is the reason for dropping BP with the pacemaker in the heart?

my husband has a pacemaker defibrilator with the pacemaker set at 70. He's had this unit several years He has a-fib, and mitral valve leakage. The pacemaker has run the heart around 70 for most ...
 

Pacemaker installed, daily walk. Precautions towards aerobics?

I have had a pacemaker installed for 30 days now and face 30 more days of boredom, no golf. I have ... regarding aerobic exercise? ...
 

Does cold weather affect people suffering from Chronic fatigue syndrome

- also the stress around my job makes the Cfs much worse or so they say. I am doing light exercise two ...
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Can a person on pacemaker use treadmill for exercise ?

i am 53 year old male and on pacemaker for the last 4 years. can i use treadmill as part of my exercise to control my blood sugar and cholestrol problems? ...
 

Is it safe to do exercise with pacemaker implanted?

exercises only. I want to incorporate light weightlifting as well. Can pacemaker patients safely lift ...I am a 47-year-old male and had a pacemaker implanted three years ago. I have been afraid to do ...
 

I want Information on Pacemakers

I read in a place that people with pacemakers can t feel their heart beating stronger when they re in love. Can any one confirm/expand on that ? Is there a place to learn more? I though that it was really ...
 

Can people with high blood pressure jump rope as exercise?

can people with high blood pressure jump rope as exercise? ...
 

Can people taking propanolol exercise, like running ?

Can people taking propanolol exercise, like running ? ...
 

Medically, can people live without a heart ?

believe it or not, this could explain a good bit about reality to me - something that fascinates me :) i thought that artificial pacemakers were put in, replacing a heart - but apparently not ...
 

What could be the cause of chest tightness while exercising, having pacemaker?

when I exercise or use my arms in a swinging motion; my chest gets tight and my vocal chords feel coated and i can ,only speak in a whisper. I have a pacemaker which was tweaked a week ago, relieving ...
 

Test required for old age people?

caltrate tablets, one multivitamin daily, and alendronate one tablet once a week. I exercise almost every ...
 

Heart attacks lack of exercise

Can anyone tell me about how many people die from heart attacks from a lack of exercise ? ...
 

Can anyone get a pacemaker if his EKG is normal?

My dad had an EKG done and all looked good. Less then a week later he had a stress test. The stress tested showed his heart rate didn t speed up like it should during exercise and even slowed down to 45 ...
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What exercises are best for people with high bp and which are to be avoided
mild walking for 45 mims is best but before that he should undergo treadmill test to know about his cardiac status
 
What are the precautions to reduce stomach and prevent people's on face
eat oat meal and exercise regularly
 
What makes people add weight
Hello, The physiological causes are over eating. consumption of fatty foods, lack of physical exercises..... The pathological causes are endocrine diseases like hypothyroidism, diabetes, drugs like steroids.... Thank you
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