Can people take part in sport after suffering from a heart attack and if so which sport is best suited?
well my grandpa just suffered from a hard attack and he survived but my aunt also just died from a heart attack.
if u survive you should stay away from any physical activity
you have to wait until your doctor clears you
A heart attack can strike anyone with a heart; however, there are some risk factors that seem to predispose some people to heart attacks. There is a greater risk for a heart attack in people who have one or a combination of the following: 1. Age: people who are greater than 65-years-old are more at risk for a heart attack 2. Gender: men are more likely than women to have a heart attack 3. Genetic…
It is most common that a persons FIRST heart attack is a fatal heart attack! Only a small minority of people who have a heart attack survive to have another, and a very few will have multiple heart attacks before they have a fatal one. As such, it is very important that we make lifestyle choices while we are young that will reduce the lilihood of a heart attack when we are older.
If you think you have a heart attack, you should stay calm and call for help. You don't want to increase your heart rate by panicking or running around. Your heart uses less oxygen when it doesn't have to work hard or fast; therefore decreasing the chance of having a larger infarction. Aspirin is a good idea unless you have reasons that you can't take it.
The causes (also known as risk factors) of a heart attack are: * Stress- High levels of stress or over-excitement can increase the risk of having a heart attack. * Age- The older you are, the higher the risk. * Gender- Males are at a higher risk than females. * Smoking/Alcohol- somking and alcohol increase the risk of having a heart attack. * Family history- If members of your family have had a heart attack…
Less than zero That's a stupid answer a least one person has to have died from a heart attack cause by marijuana. Marijuana causes the heart to beat 40 time faster than a person who doesn't smoke marijuana. It makes them 5 times at risk of a heart attack ( 1 in 1,000 people) then people who don't smoke. news.harvar.edu