Cholesterol values - question for the Doctors

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2 minutes ago, Metall said:

I'll write you a bill. :D

 

Ok, but just want to let you know...

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Techsmex said:

 

Ok, but just want to let you know...

 

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Wish you all the best with your treatment, Techs. 

 

Bestest regards,

 

Hf99

 

 

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1 minute ago, Metall said:

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;)

 

I hope not.  ;)   normal is so boring...

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8 hours ago, Metall said:

#disengage

Pffff... why do you write this over and over again on so many threads? 

And what is the point of the # in front of the word? It doesn't change the meaning of the word or make it more meaningful. It appears to me you're on the wrong website a lot of the time. Do you post your TT replies on twitter? :unsure: 

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10 hours ago, Techsmex said:

  Just trying to help you out 'mate'.

 

I think you are confusing me with one of your imaginary friends.

 

 

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On 10/11/2020, 19:37:37, RenegadeFurther said:

 

Is this healthy for someone who has had a heart attack?

 

I will ask my cardio next time I see him but wondering if I am over doing it.

 

 

Here is a link to an open access article (pdf) from the Journal of the American Heart Association: High‐Intensity Interval Training for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease—Is It Safe? A Systematic Review

https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/JAHA.118.009305

 

Their conclusions: HIIT appears safe when applied to patients with CVD within a tertiary care service, on the basis of safety data from studies that applied appropriate patient screening and a baseline stress test with electrocardiography. Further estimates of safety are required to answer this question, using studies appropriately powered to measure AE differences

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An update.

 

I went to see my cardio and he does not seem so concerned. Got the full check up.

 

So I have continued to do HIIT and feel ok. 

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Another update,

 

So after continuously doing HIIt for about 3 months, it now seems that my resting heart rate is 46 bpm.

 

Is this something I should be worried about?

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When I told him I was doing HIIT, he didn`t seem so concerned.

 

That was about a month ago.

 

So I continued doing HIIT and now my heart rate has dropped ridiculously low.

 

Haven`t seen him since last month.

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43 minutes ago, RenegadeFurther said:

my resting heart rate is 46 bpm.

 

Is this something I should be worried about?

Probably not if it´s for the right reasons. Top athletes may even have resting heart rates below 40 (in my day it was contested among doctors whether that´s a bad thing, no idea how that turned out). Problem is that this can also be the case for people with e. g. coronary heart disease. The latter wouldn´t count as right reason.

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35 minutes ago, RenegadeFurther said:

Haven`t seen him since last month.

 

Then first go to the opticians.. then to your doctor...   Always wear a mask... 

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1 hour ago, jeba said:

Probably not if it´s for the right reasons. Top athletes may even have resting heart rates below 40 (in my day it was contested among doctors whether that´s a bad thing, no idea how that turned out). Problem is that this can also be the case for people with e. g. coronary heart disease. The latter wouldn´t count as right reason.

 

I can generate an average of 260 Watts over a 1 hour period, so I might now be in okay shape.

 

With the weight ratio it is about 3.5W/kg.

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3 hours ago, RenegadeFurther said:

I can generate an average of 260 Watts over a 1 hour period,

Sounds as if they accidentally implanted you firehoses rather than blood vessels as bypasses.:lol:

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On 1/5/2021, 9:53:49, jeba said:

Sounds as if they accidentally implanted you firehoses rather than blood vessels as bypasses.:lol:

 

Not really.

 

It was fear of Covid which made me take a long hard look at myself.

 

I might catch Covid, I might not, but I have given my body the best possible chance of beating it.

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Really well done you. Whatever happens it's a great thing to have done. Have you changed your habits in a way you think you can sustain indefinitely?

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6 minutes ago, kiplette said:

Really well done you. Whatever happens it's a great thing to have done. Have you changed your habits in a way you think you can sustain indefinitely?

 

I really hope so. 

 

I do have a beer once in a while.

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