Healthy Lifestyle For People With Sinus Bradycardia And Hepatitis B?
Thank you for the question. Sinus bradycardia is a condition in which the heart rate is slower than the normal heart rate, which is below 60 beats per minute. This condition can be experienced by those who like to exercise. This condition is nothing to worry about if it is not accompanied by other symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting.
HBsAg is a blood test for hepatitis B that detects viral proteins (antigens) in the blood. A person who has hepatitis B virus infection will generally give a positive or reactive result on this examination. Hepatitis B is a hepatitis B virus infection that attacks liver function. The virus is transmitted through sexual contact with an infected person, sharing needles, receiving blood transfusions from an infected person, or from a pregnant woman to her baby during delivery.
We recommend that you consult with an internal medicine specialist first because doctors will usually carry out further blood tests to determine whether you need further treatment because basically there is no special treatment for people with acute hepatitis B because sufferers can recover in most cases. Hepatitis B sufferers can become chronic and usually delay special treatment.
There are no specific recommendations regarding your diet and exercise patterns. In general, it is recommended that you consume more nutritious food and exercise regularly at least 3 times a week, for 30 minutes each, as well as general health recommendations. You are advised not to have sexual intercourse until you have consulted your doctor, not changing partners, and using a condom if you have sexual intercourse.
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