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Two steps forward, 1 step back...but let's keep going


Wednesday, November 14, 2012

It seems like I get going again and then WHAM! Something happens to set me back a little. I've been sticking with my workout plan and adding a little more with each accomplishment. With a-fib, your heart starts racing more than normal for no reason at times and also may beat irregular. Yesterday morning, I woke up with an a-fib attack. Not the worse one I've ever had, but it prevented me from exercising as planned. Just a few weeks ago, I got the all clear from my cardiologist to do what ever exercises I wanted to do because there was nothing else wrong with my. I passed my stress test with flying colors. I don't have any other issues as far as my heart goes. It's very frustrating!! One thing...after an a-fib attack it feels like I ran 10 miles! I'm exhausted!! Today I feel much better and am back at it!! Have a great day, everyone! emoticon
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SPARKFRAN514 11/21/2012 10:24PM

    emoticon like you say we don't have to stuff ourselves to be like the poor turkey stuffed. emoticon Remember we need to eat On Friday and Sat. as well . me I like pumpkin pie but not sure what what we have for dessert . that job belongs to my two cousins and they are fixing the Veggie so it will be a surprise what they bring. the yams are going to have a few goodies on them but only fix them that way one time a year . so will enjoy them in a small severing. have a great day and family time that what is important about the day family time.
enjoy
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DIDMIS 11/14/2012 5:43PM

    Your body will dictate to you what you can do.

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SPARKFRAN514 11/14/2012 5:39PM

    Whether you get there fast or slow, all that matters is that you get there
take it slow and easy its not a contest its your hike to good health don't compare your self to others on the trail.
take care of your self and follow Doctors orders. emoticon emoticon


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PLMITCH 11/14/2012 1:48PM

    Glad to hear you are feeling better today. I know how frustrating it can be in general when a workout is planned and it does not happen. But from I read about Afib, it sure sounds like you did the right thing.

Take care!
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BILLALEX70 11/14/2012 7:48AM

    At least you're moving forward!

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DLDROST 11/14/2012 7:10AM

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DARJR50 11/14/2012 7:01AM

  Take things slow and easy. Find a comfort zone for your heart rate and stick with it even if "the book" says its too low. I bought a heart rate monitor (one with the chest band) and it helps me stay in a target range. a-fib can be a pain in the southern hemisphere but we can learn to live with it.

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