Sport triggers heart attack?

Regular exercises can help protect you against heart disease. However, if it's done outside normal limits, excessive exertions and other tensions, such as emotional anger, may trigger complication onsets in your heart.

Consequently, you'd stop exercising and seek medical attention if the following symptoms: chest pain or distress, rapid or irregular heartbeat, terrific shortness of breath, and dizziness, don't disappear even though you have a rest and take medication.

If you feel uncomfortable in any part of your body from head to toe when exercising, and it's gone when you have a rest, take that as angina and stop your workout! If the discomfort continues, go to your doctor immediately.

Angina is a chest pain or discomfort that occurs when an area of your heart muscle doesn't get enough oxygen-rich blood.

Unfortunately, it's not clear how much the optimal number of sporting activities that can protect you from coronary heart disease. However, burning 1,600 calories per week will make you avoid heart disease. Meanwhile, burning 2,200 calories per week can actually threaten you with heart disease.

In general, it can be translated by footing about 30 km every week. The best is to work out for six hours a week.

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