can medicine cause your heart to beat irregularly? my heart seems to skip a beat, i only notice this at night for the past 2 nights, and i take my medicine twice a day (Naproxen), in the morning and ...
I believe i had always had higher than normal blood pressure. But i cant figure out why. I am a healthy male, eat more than my fair share of greens, and exercise on a daily basis and yet, when i went ...
My grandmother is 56 years old and not long ago was diagnosed with COngestive heart failure. Today around noon, she was saying she felt achy. She then decided to lay down and rest. She slept till 4:30...
When you know you probably have a blockage in your heart can changing you life style and diet immediately?
change the out come of a would be heart attack or stroke,and how long if possible would it take your body to clear the blockage , with your help and change of life style, I some how feel that to many people just wait and do nothing thinking a open heart repair will make them as good as new, but from what i have seen it only adds more health problems due to the amout of drugs a person must take every day after getting the open heart repair,I know we most all realize the heart problems come from what we eat and being to lazy and not working off the bad stuff, so why can't a person change their own heart health in a short amount of time just by changing their thinking and eating / plus working a little harder???
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I had a bypass last year, and I have very severe blockages.
A concientious low fat (10%-20% ?) and healthy diet, lots of exercise, and stress reduction has been documented to slowly reverse partial blockages by an average of about 5% a year, but only in 2/3 of patients. Look up information on the Dean Ornish diet.
I get angina easily if I have a meal with even a small amount of fat. twelve french fries tree weeks ago, and I had pains off and on for a week, when I usuallly have none.
Regular exercise will help develop collateral vessels in your heart, giving an internal re-pipe. But you may still need a bypass, as I did, and I have full collateralization of my entire heart.
I agree with racer 51. Once the blockage is there, no amount of exercise, diet or lifestyle changes will make it go away. Making these changes may only keep it from getting worse. Open heart surgery is not the quick fix for lazy people....
once the blockage is there, diet and exercises won't help. it adheres itself to the arterial walls. if you have one, you'd better have it taken care of by a doc.
Hi I'm 45 years young. I had my 1st Heart attack at age 36. I have had 3 total Heart attacks the last one about 4 yrs ago. I stopped taking all meds 3 1/2 yrs ago. I was on 8 different meds and felt like poo. I was in great physical shape allways on the run.when I had my 1st, I smoked allot and drank lots of coffee. I don't smoke, drink 2 cups of caffeine coffee a day. Use EVOO (extra virgin olive oil) and canola oil. I have 3 stints and have not had to have Open Heart. So I suggest you get fixed and then change your life. Good luck and God bless.
You have to have medical treatment, and THEN you need to change your eating habits. My father-in-law just died in March from a massive heart attack, because even after having several surgeries, and having a pacemaker put in he still kept eating the way he did before. Protect your health at all costs. Think before you put that chip in your mouth about how it will affect your heart!