Follow your doctor's recommendations, especially about exercise. Many doctors will insist on walking every day on flat surfaces, gradually increasing the distance. Also, if your doctor recommends weight loss, do it.
There is strong evidence that consuming alcohol after a heart attack improves the prognosis. It has already been established that, unless contraindicated, consuming alcohol in moderation reduces the risk of heart attack. But always follow your physician's advice.
No you may not fully recover from a heart attack. The reason being is that the heart has cells that are amitotic. Amitotic cells cannot be replaced. Once a heart attack occurs some cells die and cannot be replaced making the heart weaker.
The heart is much weaker and it starts to recover for a long time
because they are more fit and healthy and well trained
No, you can only recover from it. Its not a cure, just the doctor or nurses' hard work that saved you.
It blocks the vessels, which makes the heart have to beat faster to get the blood around the body
no you wouldn't because sprinting makes your heart beat faster.
Neither A low heart rate is bad..and a raised heart rate could cause a heart attack. You need it in the middle.
If the right side of the heart continues to pump faster than the left side of the heart, a patient can go into heart failure. The heart may become enlarged, causing the patient to have a heart attack.
Two-thirds of heart attack patients never recover fully. Within one year, 27% of men and 44% of women die.
It depends on your own physical fitness and the intensity of your exercise. The fitter you are, the faster you'll recover.
You get a heart attack when your heart stops and your heart is really ill.
usually faster cause its trying to get more oxygen and can't... like drowning.
Unless you're having a nightmare, no. Sleeping is when your heart is at its lowest rate.
YES you can have a heart attack at anytime for any reason. You can have a heart attack for no reason at all.
yes you can!
Thinking a disturbing or exciting thought can sometimes cause the heart to beat faster or palpitate. In older people or those suffering from heart conditions, it can occasionally trigger a heart attack.
yes he did. after the match they were concerned about him, i actually thought he was dead but hes alive just trying to recover NO he did not suffer a heart attack. He was just battered after the match. He is fine and resting up from nagging injuries.
Yes, vomiting, is related to a heart attack. It is a common symptom of a heart attack.
possible heart attack....go to the hospital
Your heart will beat faster because when you run you are forcing your heart to work faster
a heart attack is a failure to the heart. look it up in dictionary.com and type the word heart attack in the bar for more information
yes,miley have a heart attack the heart attack started when she was 14 years old
IT INCREASES YOUR BLOOD PRESSURE WHICH CAUSES YOUR HEART TO WORK FASTER AND THEN IT STOPS CAUSE IT USED UP ALL ITS ENERGY TO BREATH AND YOU STOP BREATHING AND HAVE A HEART ATTACK