By Edward K. Chung
Over 1000000 humans endure middle assaults every year within the usa on my own. middle sickness is our number 1 explanation for dying. yet many center assaults are preventable, and middle issues will be taken care of. in the event you or your family were touched by means of heart problems, a hundred Questions and solutions approximately center assault and comparable Cardiac difficulties bargains aid. popular heart specialist Edward ok. Chung, MD, attracts upon a long time of scientific event to supply authoritative, functional solutions on your questions on motives of center assaults, middle assault prevention, treatment plans, post-treatment caliber of existence, assets of help and lots more and plenty extra. Written in undeniable language for the lay reader, together with a precise interview with one in every of Dr. Chung's sufferers, this publication is a useful source for somebody dealing with the actual and emotional turmoil of this scary ailment.
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Studies have shown that coronary artery disease is nearly twice as likely to develop in physically inactive people as compared to active people. , brisk walking, jogging, and swimming) for 30 minutes at least three or four times weekly will be extremely beneficial in reducing coronary risk factors. 33 chung2 7/1/03 10:53 AM Page 34 100 Q&A ABOUT HEART ATTACK AND RELATED CARDIAC PROBLEMS Exercise can reduce emotional stress and may promote a feeling of happiness and wellbeing. For example, brisk walking can benefit you in several ways: It reduces the heart rate and BP, it improves blood cholesterol levels (it can actually raise HDL and reduce both LDL cholesterol and triglyceride), and it reduces your blood sugar levels.
Needless to say, sudden cardiac death (usually from cardiac arrest) can occur, especially when the heart muscle damage is very large and multiple coronary arteries are blocked. A variety of complications (various medical problems associated with an underlying or primary disease such as congestive heart failure; Question 54) can be expected, even for those who recover from a heart attack under these circumstances. Again, the most important and common symptoms of a heart attack are chest pain (or any other form of chest discomfort), marked dyspnea, and unusually severe fatigue or weakness.
Again, the most important and common symptoms of a heart attack are chest pain (or any other form of chest discomfort), marked dyspnea, and unusually severe fatigue or weakness. Remember that more than 15% of heart attack victims die suddenly within the first hour after the onset of the symptoms. Thus, seeking medical attention immediately is extremely important. Delay in the recognition of a heart attack and in Syncope loss of consciousness due to temporary cessation of respiration or circulation or very slow or rapid heart rhythm.
100 questions & answers about heart attack and related cardiac problems by Edward K. Chung