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My age is 18 and I feel heart palpitations (fast heartbeats) while I walk or sleep but gets better with time and comes back again. Is this normal?
After taking medicine Amlodipine 5 mg daily two times, my BP became 130/90 from 160/110 but my pulse rate varying between 100 to 120 per minute. Please suggest any medicine so that pulse rate became normal and also suitable to Amlodipine 5 mg.
Hi sir, Now I have proscribed nexpro rd 40 empty stomach tricaine syp thrice a day febustat40 one in morning ambulax two times and matilda pg er one time in night. I feel discomfort at chest mussels and when burning sensation occurred I feel nervousness I have fatty liver and Liver enzymes increased but now it's getting normal I have uric acid increased value 8. When some kind of chemical smell and pollution I contact in I feel discomfort in chest and my chest mucus got stiff I feel pain in my chest nervousness occurred. My Blood test and endoscopy test is normal and there is little acid reflexes in result. Whenever I feel discomfort in chest and neck area swollen I felt nervousness I walk daily I lose weight about 4 KG in two months I eat clean diet low in salt and without spices one chapati vegetables and fruits.Please suggest me something for chest pain.
If you had suffered a heart attack recently, it is quite natural to for a patient to feel weak as the heart goes through a tremendous amount of stress during the condition. So, it is very important for a heart patient to know the things that will help you them recover from it. A healthy diet is the first step towards the recovery. A proper diet can not only help you recover quickly, but you won’t suffer from a second attack too. If people had followed this dietary habits beforehand, then they wouldn’t have to face a heart attack in the first place. So, to recover and get back to your daily lifestyle, you must keep these foods in your daily diet.
- Fruits and Vegetables: Fruits and vegetables are a must and are of paramount importance when it comes to recovering from a heart attack. The most significant advantage is that they have lower calories and at the same time they provide sufficient nutrition. They will keep your blood pressure at a standard level and thus promote the health of your heart. Fruits and vegetables that are rich in potassium can also combat and balance the counter-effects that result from sodium. So, avoid your oily snacks and have fruits instead.
- Green Tea: Green tea is highly recommended by doctors for patients that have recently suffered a heart attack. They have been proven to be at risk of heart attack and other health problems related to the heart by 20%. Green tea does not contain any calories and is rich in anti-oxidants which are the main constituents responsible for the recovery.
- Nuts: You must have already been aware of the several advantages of consuming almonds. Another addition to its advantages is aiding the process of recovery after a heart attack. However, it is to be noted that nuts are good for a person who has suffered a heart attack only if they are not salted.
- Whole Grains: The refined grains tend to lose their nutrients while on the other hand whole grains are rich in fiber and nutrients. They will keep your blood pressure in check and promote the well-being of your heart.
What to avoid?
Apart from the items mentioned above, there are several foods that you must avoid at all costs. The first one that comes in this list is the food items that are rich in sugar content. This will lead to an increase in weight and thus aggravate heart problems. You must also avoid salty foods as they will increase your blood pressure. Avoid meats and eggs as much as you can as they are highly rich in cholesterol which is another factor that must be avoided.
Follow a diet chart that incorporates the do’s and don’ts to have a speedy recovery and get back to normal routine.