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*  Long-term effects of cannabis
Smoking marijuana decreases exercise tolerance. Cardiovascular effects may not lead to serious health issues for the majority ...
*  Physical exercise
... and exercise tolerance. Although there have been hundreds of studies on exercise and the immune system, there is little direct ... Exercise hypertension Exercise-induced nausea Exercise intensity Exercise intolerance Exercise-induced anaphylaxis Exercise- ... In some countries, people exercise primarily indoors, and in others, people exercise primarily outdoors. People may exercise ... Exercise should be controlled by each body's inherent limitations. While one set of joints and muscles may have the tolerance ...
*  Broxyquinoline
An association with exercise intolerance has been reported. Swain R, Bapna JS (January 1986). "Impairment of exercise tolerance ...
*  Obesity hypoventilation syndrome
... decreased exercise tolerance and exertional chest pain may occur. On physical examination, characteristic findings are the ... In people with stable OHS, the most important treatment is weight loss-by diet, through exercise, with medication, or sometimes ...
*  Lutembacher's syndrome
Reduced exercise tolerance: symptoms also caused by decreased systemic (oxygenated blood to the rest of the body) flow. Just as ... For symptoms such as loud mitral S1, pulmonary S2, mid-diastolic murmur, fatigue, reduced exercise tolerance, weight gain, ... this causes tiredness and hence a reduced exercise tolerance. Weight gain: this is commonly found in patients with large ASD ... To ensure good health, routine doctors visits, diet, weight loss, doctor-approved exercise, and use of antibiotics in dental ...
*  Atrial septal defect
Symptoms are typically decreased exercise tolerance, easy fatigability, palpitations, and syncope. Complications of an ... Adults with an uncorrected ASD present with symptoms of dyspnea on exertion (shortness of breath with minimal exercise), ...
*  Portable oxygen concentrator
Helps improve exercise tolerance, by allowing the user to exercise longer. Helps increase stamina throughout day-to-day ...
*  Reduced muscle mass, strength and performance in space
The studies completed during Apollo, although less than optimal, left no doubt that a decrement in exercise tolerance occurred ... A significant decrement in cardiac stroke volume was associated with diminished exercise tolerance. It was not clear whether ... The astronauts' performance on the lunar surface provided no reason to believe that any serious exercise tolerance decrement ... Highly refined exercise protocols and robust exercise equipment and methods to monitor functional capacity are mandatory for ...
*  Glycogen storage disease type V
... taken 30 minutes prior to exercise has been shown to help improve exercise tolerance including a lower heart rate and lower ... Vissing, John; Haller, Ronald G. (2003-12-25). "The Effect of Oral Sucrose on Exercise Tolerance in Patients with McArdle's ... This is characterized by the patient's better tolerance for aerobic exercise such as walking and cycling after approximately 10 ... Supervised exercise programs have been shown in small studies to improve exercise capacity by several measures. Oral sucrose ...
*  Sickle-cell disease
... decreased exercise tolerance, and episodes of syncope.[citation needed] 21% of children and 30% of adults have evidence of ...
*  Fosinopril
In heart failure patients, fosinopril increases exercise tolerance and lowers the frequency of events associated with worsening ... Fosinopril attenuates clinical deterioration and improves exercise tolerance in patients with heart failure. Fosinopril ...
*  Multiple sclerosis signs and symptoms
Such impairments include fatigue, weakness, hypertonicity, low exercise tolerance, impaired balance, ataxia and tremor. ...
*  Arthur Nash (businessman)
Fifth- The Journal shall always plead for and exercise tolerance in the field of religion. We shall not interest ourselves in ... religious tolerance, home and family life, and women's rights. Through its pages, Roberts wrote, Nash, "could find free ...
*  Small ubiquitin-related modifier 1
A weakened heart results in symptoms of fatigue, decreased exercise tolerance and shortness of breath. Patients with heart ...
*  Aortic insufficiency
In this compensated phase, the individual may be totally asymptomatic and may have normal exercise tolerance. Eventually ( ... or with symptoms or abnormal response to exercise testing. For both groups of patients, surgery before the development of ... "The Emerging Role of Exercise Testing and Stress Echocardiography in Valvular Heart Disease". Journal of the American College ...
*  Cystic fibrosis
Lung transplantation often becomes necessary for individuals with CF as lung function and exercise tolerance decline. Although ... Exercise is promoted to increase lung function. Integrating an exercise regimen into the CF patient's daily routine can ... As the children grow, they exercise to release mucus in the alveoli. Ciliated epithelial cells in the person have a mutated ... It is not known what role non-invasive ventilation therapy has for improving exercise capacity in people with cystic fibrosis. ...
*  Multan Institute of Cardiology
The Institute also has facilities of Cardiac CT-scan, Nuclear Cardiology, Exercise Tolerance Testing and Echocardiography. The ... Transthoracic echocardiography Transoesophageal echocardiography Exercise Tolerance testing (ETT) 24-hour ECG (Holter) ...
*  Julio Montaner
The PrednisoneTM group also demonstrated increased long-term exercise tolerance, another indicator of long-term survival. As a ...
*  Haemodynamic response
PAH can be a severe disease, which may lead to decreased exercise tolerance, and ultimately heart failure. It involves ... The severity of haemodynamic dysfunction during progressive exercise in PAH can be recorded using cardiopulmonary exercise ... Impaired haemodynamic responses in turn diminish exercise capacity in patients with PAH. ...
*  Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome
Fatigue and reduced exercise tolerance are prominent symptoms of both conditions, and dysautonomia may underlie both conditions ... Techniques that increase a person's capacity for exercise, such as endurance training or graded exercise therapy, can relieve ... Exercise may have the immediate effect of worsening tachycardia, especially after a meal or on a hot day. In these cases, it ... Aerobic exercise performed for 20 minutes a day, three times a week, is sometimes recommended for patients who can tolerate it ...
*  Restrictive cardiomyopathy
Those afflicted with RCM will experience decreased exercise tolerance, fatigue, jugular venous distention, peripheral edema, ...
*  Mitral insufficiency
Individuals with chronic compensated MI may be asymptomatic for long periods of time, with a normal exercise tolerance and no ... Individuals in the chronic compensated phase may be asymptomatic and have normal exercise tolerances. An individual may be in ...
*  Tendinosis
L-arginine supplementation reduces the O2 cost of moderate-intensity exercise and enhances high-intensity exercise tolerance". ... Studies with a rat model of fatigue-damaged tendons suggested that delaying exercise until after the initial inflammatory stage ... Exercise, Jun. 1998, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 801-804. Rowe V, Hemmings S, Barton C, Malliaras P, Maffulli N, Morrissey D (November ... Exercise, Apr. 1999, Vol. 31, No. 4, pp. 531-535. Thomas J. Melham et. al., "Chronic ankle pain and fibrosis successfully ...
*  Thyrotoxic myopathy
Patients usually cite decreased exercise tolerance, increased fatigue, and difficulty completing certain tasks after six months ...
*  Gamma-butyrobetaine dioxygenase
Dzerve V (2011). "A dose-dependent improvement in exercise tolerance in patients with stable angina treated with mildronate: a ... Dzerve V, Matisone D, Pozdnyakov Y, Oganov R (2010). "Mildronate improves the exercise tolerance in patients with stable angina ...
*  Classical Anatolia
Eventually Aristagoras realized the futility of the exercise, as Artaphernes won a number of victories, and fled. Miletus fell ... Slowly a movement for religious tolerance developed. Jewish legend describes Jewish dispersion from as early as the Book of ...