If you have heart issues what should you not be doing in the winter?
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Being too active outside in the cold.
Sitting around doing nothing. A little bit of light exercise is usually better. Of course, it depends on how serious the heart issue is. My husband has a mild arrhythmia that is actually made better by doing something that increases his heart rate. I tease him and tell him that he is like the finely tuned sports car that runs rough at idle, but purrs like a kitten at higher rpms.
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Total Answers: 4, Total Page Views: 686.One recommended thing is preferably not to exercise outdoors, I just wrote an article talking about how to exercise during cold weather, the reasons are simple: during the cold time, veins, arteries and capillaries are less dilated, causing blood to flow more slowly. We need a high demand of oxygen driven by blood during exercise, which stresses to body on getting such amount somehow. If a person has heart issues, the body will have a hard time pumping the blood to the muscles and all cells.
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