physical exertion

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Emotional upset appears to be a more common trigger than acute physical exertion: 14.4% (n=1746) reported anger/emotional upset in the hour before the heart attack, and 9.9% (n=1210) reported anger/emotional upset during the control period, resulting in an adjusted odds ratio of 2.44 (99% CI, 2.06-2.89) and population-attributable risk of 8.5% (99% CI, 7.0-9.6).
of police provided psychological Dr Olaf "It is just not physical exertion though [that can affect the heart], but it can be psychological stress as well.
The addition of vital antioxidants, amino acids and vitamins augment immune health by reversing ill effects of athletic stress from intense physical exertion, the company said.
Hawaii health officials recommend that residents in smoke-affected areas avoid outdoor activities and physical exertion, while residents living with respiratory illnesses or heart disease, older adults and children are encouraged to avoid all smoke exposure.
In an interview with the Guardian's Weekend magazine, McCall said the sheer physical exertion resulted in her "sobbing my guts out".
These SCAs, which usually occur during intense physical exertion associated with workouts or sports related activities, are often classified as "Natural Causes" due to a lack of identifiable or reportable cause upon autopsy.
HYDERABAD -- Technology witnessed rapid developments in the past few decades which made the domains of life easy and reduced the amount of physical exertion which is the need for a healthier society.
Doctors have told Borisov to avoid stress and physical exertion, according to the Bulgarian National TV.
Dogs receiving 1 mg or 10 mg UC-II/day for 90 days showed significant declines in overall pain and pain during limb manipulation and lameness after physical exertion, with 10 mg showed greater improvement.
Their analysis confirms that while recreational exercise increased as a result of unemployment, total daily physical exertion declined.
Optimal pacing criteria are controversial, because the ability for patients with CFS to accurately perceive their own level of physical exertion remains unclear.
Among those who were laid off, the data show that their total daily physical exertion declined between 21 and 24 percent.
If you experience these symptoms, get out of the vehicle, stay warm and avoid physical exertion while waiting for medical attention.
Heart attacks or acute myocardial infarctions are usually triggered by various factors such as physical exertion, anger, alcohol, heavy meals and an increase in air pollution.