Hi there and thank you for your response also. Again, I'll ask my cardio doctor Monday, but this gives me some idea and I don't feel totally lost now. I'm only 2 months post HA and still have so many questions and fears. I am taking beta blockers along with a whole slew of other meds. Blah! I'm hoping that this treadmill I purchased will ...
Thanks for your answer and taking the time to look at my profile. I am very happy with my weight loss, because this time, I'm losing weight by eating healthy, not some fad diet again. I will contact my cardio doctor and ask him Monday.
I had a heart attack on September 8, 2009 and a stent put in on the following day. My cardio doctor told me I should be walking 30 mins per day. I just ordered a treadmill that has a built in heart rate monitor.
What should my heart rate be while walking? What is too high of a heart rate while walking. I'll call my doctor and double check, I'm ...
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