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... up and brings upon shortness of breath due to tightness. ... (8 replies)
... Having a malfunctioning immune system, all bets are off regarding how your system reacts to foods, drinks, medications, or other "foreign" items. ... (26 replies)
... I doubt I could run 5 minutes at top speed. I could maybe jog but haven't really tried to be honest. I was doing 30 minutes of step off and on late last year without much trouble but seems since January I have had a worsening of symptoms. ... (26 replies)

Should I worry?
Jul 19, 2005
... rate in the young is just a sign of being unfit and some regular exercise will get the resting rate down quite a lot. Athlete's typically have resting heart rates near 60 and couch potatoes MUCH higher. But DO getr on a good exercise routine, both aerobic and anaerobic if you have the time and inclination... ... (10 replies)
... It might also be your age and muscular conditioning. I was much more able to cope, or contend, with my heart failure until I hit around age 59, and then the roof caved in. ... (9 replies)
... I would just like to start off with some history of what has happened to me and why I am at a point where I feel terrified. ... (3 replies)
... I'm sure people post similar stories all the time but you know how you always think yours is slightly different or special. ... (1 replies)
... I was dx with SVT the next day anyway. I had had sx of tachycardia for many years. Gone to the ER and Dr many times prior to this with concerns about my heart. I was always sent home with a xanax and advise to see a psychologist. Which I did for over a decade. ... (7 replies)

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