Did you know marathons are not healthy For your heart Or Your Health ?
Did You Know Marathons Are NOT Healthy For Your Heart Or Your Health? Marathoners have the largest rate of coronary disease (all forms of it) and cancer out of any athletes
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I am 35 years old women ,thre is a hole in my heart . ,as untill now I did not come across any serious problem due to this except I feel little breath les when i climb stairs rapidly,I want to know as I have given birth to two healthy babies,Is it necessary to get treatment for this
Hi doc, i recently went to the hospital about heart palpitations fainting/passing out etc, and just really not feeling right they couldn t diagnose a specific problem but i have been doing a bit of research it sounds a lot like panic attacks i suffer from bad insomnia and people keep saying they think i am bipolar my moods are always changing i can be really high one minute then feel awful and depressed the next, i really don t know what to do! i have recently started the gym trying to sort my sleeping out and diet be as healthy as possible, i still am getting this, i am generally a happy person and very lively, as a kid people thought i had adhd, it never got properly diagnosed again! another thing is i have an enlarged labia which is really bugging me too i really want to get it removed is there anyway i can get this done on the nhs? i lead a pretty normal life, i get stressed sometimes but no more than normal people, do not know weather to go docs, the hospital did tell me i need to go back if i still am not feeling right, but i dont no if theres anything they can do, etc, thanks
My father died of a sudden heart attack in his home. I cannot get over this regret I am feeling ? I should have gotten him LIFE ALERT and he could have pressed it and been saved. He was 76 years old. He had several health problems including diabetes (controlled), hypertension (controlled), stage 4 kidney disease, and atrial fibrillation (controlled by digoxin). He had two strokes in the past, the last being 12 years ago, which paralyzed his left side, but he got some of it back and could walk with a cane. He also had a mild heart attack about 15 years ago, which was treated with balloon angioplasty. I wanted him to enjoy his final years, so I let him drive, and do his own things, etc. I am VERY REGRETFUL that I did not get him LIFE ALERT (or another similar product). I realize that sometimes when people have a heart attack, they do not know it, and cannot press the button, but I am still very regretful over this. I don t know how I am ever going to forgive myself for this. please help! Thank you everybody, you are very helpful. God Bless You all. Just for the record, he was found on the kitchen floor in the sitting position (on his bottom), with his knees bent, feet flat on the floor, and his head slumped down to his chest. One arm had an abrasion on it on the upper side of the forearm , as if he may have nicked it against the table or chair that he was near.
Hi, this may be a strange question, i am trying to understand what happened with a recent situation involving a family member, the person had no symptoms befor ethe incident, she started to fit, slight foaming at the mouth and long deep, slow breaths, 4 breaths before they stopped, i commenced cpr however this failed as the person died, basically im just trying to figure out what caused the fitting, as nobody at the hospital could tell me y and the post mortem came back as ischaemic heart disease due to her long standing history,but was there another factor that could have been overlooked?
May I ask you What "Anoxia. cardiac arrest from circulatory failure due to severe acute internal haemorrhage; Multiple rib fractures and pulmonary lacerations; trauma to the brain and brain stem; ischemic heart disease. means to you . I am confused....
Re: Echo stress test Echo stress test was ordered by my long-time pulmonologist (for adult onset asthma ) as most recent breathing tests now show restriction and wanted to check for ischemic heart disease . Question, please: During the stress...
My pulmonologist said tests he did indicated need for echo stress test to rule out ischemic heart disease and referred me to a cardiology practice who scheduled the test. They even got approval from ins. co. I'm having symptoms and anxious (but...
My pulmonologist said pulmonology tests he did indicated need for echo stress test to rule out ischemic heart disease and referred me to a cardiology practice who scheduled the test. ( They even got pre-approval from ins. co. -- so already to go.)...
Hi Doctor, My husband went for a regular health check and found that he had some difficulty in doing stage 3 of stress treadmill. So, he was asked to go for angiogram. The angiogram found a 70% block way above in the left coronary artery. Apparently, the location of the narrowing makes it unsuitable for angioplasty. So he is asked to go for bypass surgery. He has a strong family history of IHD. However, currently, he is not feeling any pain or uneasyness and he is able to do brishk walking for upto 40 minutes every day. Would you suggest we should go for bypass surgery
my mother is having pain in chest from almost past one week now, we consulted cardiologist & after ECHO test he suggested that one of the artery has only 19% blood supply to heart, she is diabetic also. is angioplasty required now. Please note that her blood cholesterol is absolutely normal from almost past one year.