Heart Palpitations While Walking: Causes & Solutions

Is there something inherently unique about walking that causes PVCs or heart palpitations? Yes, there is something that just might be going on only when you walk. Read more…

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Best Exercises that Help Prevent PVC’s

Can exercise, rather than drugs, be beneficial for premature ventricular contractions? Or is it the other way around—that some kinds of exercise can increase PVC’s? Read more…

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Palpitations During Bowel Movements: Causes, Solutions

Yes, palpitations CAN occur as a result of a bowel movement, and a cardiologist explains why pooping can make you feel as though your heart skipped a beat. “Anything that causes pain or anxiety can Read more...

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PVCs after Eating Not Caused by Food

A cardiologist says that PVCs or heart palpitations after eating are not caused by the food or the physical act of eating. "Blood flow is shunted to the intestine after eating, so we can digest Read more...

PVCs After Exercise: Forerunner of Heart Attack?

Have you been having PVCs right after you stop exercising, as in, you’ve been running on a treadmill or doing the burpees or pushups, and within seconds of ceasing the activity…you feel the premature ventricular Read more...

Why Am I Getting PVCs During Exercise? I Just Gave Birth

. Did you recently have a baby, have resumed your exercise routine, but are now experiencing frightening PVCs? A PVC is a premature ventricultar contraction. For this article I consulted with cardiologist David N. Smith, Read more...

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PVCs After Exercise: How Soon After Do They Count?

A cardiologist explains PVCs (premature ventricular contractions) that occur after exercise: how soon after do these matter; is there a cut-off point? For this article I consulted with cardiologist David N. Smith, MD, Novant Health Read more...

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Women’s Heart Disease: Stress, Stiff Heart, High Blood Pressure

. Don't kid yourself: Women's heart disease is very different from men's in more ways than you may be thinking, and that includes the effect that stress has on the heart. Dr. Gordon A. Ewy, MD, Read more...

Can CoQ10 Help PVCs?

CoQ10 is one of the best antioxidant supplements, but how does it work against PVCs: premature ventricular contractions? For this article I asked Pilar Stevens-Cohen, MD, FACC, Department of Cardiology, South Nassau Communities Hospital. This is Read more...

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Is Exercise Safe if You Have PVCs 24/7?

A cardiologist addresses exercise safety in people with many PVCs, even nonstop. Some people have PVCs seemingly nonstop, thousands and thousands a day, and fear that exercise may not be safe. For this article I Read more...

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How Does Exercise Suppress PVCs?

A cardiologist explains how exercise suppresses or inhibits PVCs: premature ventricular contractions. Though some people with PVCs wonder if it’s safe to exercise, it’s a well-documented fact that exercise suppresses PVCs. In fact, many individuals Read more...

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Fluttering and Thumping Heartbeat Scaring You?

What can be scarier than a heart that suddenly flutters or feels like its rapidly quivering? This makes you feel like a heart attack is seconds away. Not too many things are more frightening than a Read more...

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Heart Palpitations During Weight Lifting: Causes, Solutions

Have you noticed a fluttering heartbeat or heart palpitations during your weight workouts or shortly after? Should you be unnerved about this experience? “Weightlifting due to the muscular exertion delivers an increased return of blood Read more...

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