Treatment Of Chest Pain Sufferers Of Congestive Heart Failure While Working?
Can congestive heart failure work for 10 hours, because my work is related to physical money. If there is chest pain, which medication is taken blood thinning medication or angina medication?
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A history of congestive heart failure and a history of taking blood-thinning medication and angina medication, if this condition occurs in individuals who are classified as young, it is necessary to evaluate and control the patient's clinical condition routinely according to your doctor's recommendations. This is related to the risk factors that might trigger complaints of heart trouble and chest pain that you may have felt. Patients with congestive heart failure can take medication and manage their personal health properly, so it is better if the prescribed medication should be taken every day or as directed by your doctor. Likewise, the adjustment of the activities that you do should be done as early as possible to prevent excessive heart burden.
Therefore, patients with congestive heart failure should begin to identify various risk factors that are around or experienced, control of risk factors and improve the quality of individual health. Several attempts to help prevent the emergence of complaints of heart failure can be:
1. Avoid sleeping late
2. Avoid physical fatigue
3. Avoid stress
4. Avoid foods that are at risk of disorders of blood pressure, blood vessels and metabolic systems, such as hindqri or limit fatty foods, cholesterol, instant foods, packaged foods, ready meals, beverages in packaging
5. Perform mild to moderate exercise or as directed by a doctor
Thus, if you work for 10 hours per day, this has already exceeded the body's recommended abilities. Healthy individuals are expected to work for 8 hours per day, if you have a history of illness, then this should also be of more concern. However, this work time adjustment can be done by adjusting the patient's clinical condition, workload and activities. So that a direct evaluation between you and your cardiologist and you with your company doctor or HRD should be able to provide a better solution.
If indeed you feel the accumulation of work time of 10 hours per day has begun to give certain complaints, good blood pressure, feeling tired, palpitations, swelling, or feeling weak, then you should reduce the burden and length of your work. If in one month, working 10 hours per day only happens 1-3 times, then this should still be tolerated by your previous clinical condition. So that during extended work hours you can prepare yourself so that your condition remains stable.
In some cases the health problems of employees or workers on the job, some efforts can be done by the agency (but this depends on each agency) by:
1. Moving parts
2. Transfer of position
3. The addition of experts who can help you
4. Adjustment of tasks and workload
Thus, efforts to improve the quality of your health can be done, prevention of health problems can be done and you can still do your job well. However, all of this you need to discuss directly with the company doctor or doctor of the agency you work for.
The doctor will ensure your clinical condition and the condition of your heart and know your ability to work with time and work activities. Thus, it can be ascertained that whether this congestive heart disease affects your work and length of work.
Regarding drugs, you should be able to consume them regularly and continuously or as directed by your doctor. If complaints of chest pain appear, then both of these drugs you should take. If you have taken blood-thinning medication, you can take angina medication if chest pain complaints arise. However, you also need to discuss this with your doctor, because your doctor better understands your current clinical condition.
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