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How Is Cardiomyopathy Treated?

Treatment depends on the type of cardiomyopathy you have, the severity of your symptoms and complications, and your age and overall health. Treatments may include heart-healthy lifestyle changes, medicines, nonsurgical procedures, and surgery and implanted devices.

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La vida después de un ataque cardíaco

Después de un ataque cardíaco, usted necesitará tratamiento para la enfermedad coronaria con el fin de prevenir otro ataque. Su médico puede recomendarle cambios en el estilo de vida, medicamentos y un programa de rehabilitación cardíaca.

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Vivir con la enfermedad coronaria

La enfermedad coronaria puede causar complicaciones graves. Adoptar un estilo de vida saludable y recibir cuidado continuo y apoyo emocional, puede ayudar a prevenir o retrasar la enfermedad coronaria y sus complicaciones. Conozca los signos de alerta de un ataque cardíaco y llame al 9-1-1 para ayuda de urgencia si piensa que está teniendo un ataque cardíaco.

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Tipos de actividad física

Los tipos principales de actividad física son la actividad aeróbica, las actividades para el fortalecimiento de los músculos, las actividades para el fortalecimiento de los huesos y los estiramientos. La actividad aeróbica, que hace latir al corazón más rápidamente, es la que más beneficia al corazón y los pulmones. Dependiendo de su condición física, la actividad aeróbica puede ser leve, moderada o intensa.

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Risks of Physical Activity

The benefits of regular physical activity outweigh the risks. Rarely, heart problems such as arrhythmias, sudden cardiac arrest, and heart attack may occur in people who already have heart conditions such as coronary heart disease and congenital heart disease. Always ask your doctor about what type and amount of physical activity is safe for you.

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¿Cómo se puede prevenir o retrasar la enfermedad coronaria?

Usted puede prevenir y controlar la enfermedad coronaria si toma medidas para controlar sus factores de riesgo a través de cambios para lograr un estilo de vida saludable para el corazón y el uso de medicamentos.

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LAM - Living With

With earlier diagnosis and newer treatment, patients with LAM are living longer, with some living more than 20 years after diagnosis. Your doctor will monitor your condition to see if it is stable or getting worse and causing serious complications. Also, your doctor may recommend other medical care, including vaccines, lifestyle changes, and pregnancy and birth control planning.

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Risk Factors for Overweight and Obesity

Risk factors for overweight and obesity include having unhealthy lifestyle habits such as lack of physical activity, unhealthy eating behaviors, not getting enough sleep, having high amounts of stress; being a certain age; living in unhealthy environments, having a family history; being a certain race or ethnicity; or being a certain sex.

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Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis - Living With

If you have hypersensitivity pneumonitis, you can take steps to control the condition and prevent complications by receiving routine follow-up care, monitoring your condition, preventing new acute flares and complications, and learning about and preparing for serious complications.

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How Can Sudden Cardiac Arrest Be Prevented?

If you’ve already had sudden cardiac arrest, an implantable cardioverter defibrillator reduces the chances of dying from a second sudden cardiac arrest. If you have not yet had sudden cardiac arrest but have severe coronary heart disease, your doctor may prescribe a beta blocker or statin. Following a healthy lifestyle can help you lower your risk for sudden cardiac arrest, coronary heart disease, and other heart problems.

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