I Just Found a Way How to Reduce My Tachycardia

I have mild MVP with trivial Mitral Regurgitation. My heart rate always goes higher, more than 105 bpm when sitting on the couch few minutes after eating since I was diagnosed 3 years ago, although I’m already on beta blocker, I’m on Concor 2,5 mg/day btw. I’m always struggling with

Most Recommended Treatment for Mitral Valve Prolapse

Treatments for MVP

Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP), or the collapse of the mitral valve at the left side of the heart, can be diagnosed in people at any age, but not all cases require treatments. However, if the condition affects your activities and even threatens your life, your cardiologist will recommend one or several treatments.

11 Exercises to Avoid If You Have Mitral Valve Prolapse

Exercises for people with Mitral Valve Prolapse

Living with Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP) requires means being more careful with your lifestyle. Since MVP affects your heart’s ability to pump blood, you are prone to symptoms such as dizziness, palpitations, irregular heartbeats, shortness of breath, cold sweat, and swelling on feet or hands. If left untreated, this disease

Do I Need Mitral Valve Replacement? Things to Consider

Heart valve replacement surgery

Mitral valve is a part of your heart that regulates the blood flow, so when it is damaged, you experience symptoms such as palpitations, cold sweat, and heart murmurs. Called Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP), this condition affects two to three percent of populations but normally does not require treatments. However,

Ejection Fraction (EF): How It Affects People with Mitral Valve Prolapse

Illustration of heart in human body

If you have any heart condition, including Mitral Valve Prolapse, you may hear the term “ejection fraction” (EF) many times. It describes the ability of your heart in pumping blood for each heartbeat. However, EF is often more specifically described as the amount of blood pumped out from left heart

How Mitral Valve Prolapse and Anxiety Disorder Correlate

The connection between MVP and anxiety disorder

We commonly see anxiety disorder as a psychological condition that has physical effects. People affected with this condition show symptoms such as palpitation, struggles in breathing, and cold sweat. However, a physical condition such as Mitral Valve Prolapse (MVP) may also trigger anxiety-like symptoms. MVP is often connected to anxiety

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