The full introduction of the prolapse of the MVP valve mitral valve and the need to take care of it

How do heart valves work?
The heart consists of four cavities that are called the upper cavity of the atrium and the two lower ventricle cavities. There are two valves called atrioventricular ventricles between the corridors and the ventricles. The ventricular ventricular valve is called the right tricuspid and the ventricular valve ventricle is called the mitral valve. The blood flows from the right ventricle to the lungs and flows through the lungs and the oxygen in the heart into the heart to circulate through the left ventricle. The blood pressure on the right side of the body is less than the left side. The left pressure is measured as the body's blood pressure.

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Does prolapse or mitral valve droop can cause sudden death?

How does mitral valve affect prolapse or droop?
The mitral valve is the first valve to close all parts of the body to pump strong blood. The inappropriate performance of these valves in the closure operation causes some blood to return to the left atrium. In the vast majority of cases of mitral valve prolapse, the disease is not considered a life-threatening illness and does not require special treatments.

Symptoms of mitral valve prolapse
Symptoms of this disease occur when more blood is removed from the valves. These symptoms vary from person to person, some are mild and some are severe. Symptoms may include:

Irregular or fast heartbeat (arrhythmias)
Dizziness or lightheadedness
Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath often occurs while lying down or during physical activity
Chest pain that is not due to a heart attack or coronary artery disease.
6 food items that patients with mitral valve prolapse should stop eating
To prevent the symptoms and complications of mitral valve drooping disease, it is better to adhere to some of the following:

1- Coffee
Most people with MVP are not able to tolerate caffeine in coffee, especially those who show signs of the disease. Caffeine has stimuli that can stimulate the body's autonomic nervous system and cause instability of heart rate, respiration and circulation. Individuals with mitral valve prolapse after consuming caffeinated beverages may feel a more intense heart beat and cause a state of fear and anxiety in these people.

2- Tea
Tea, in addition to having caffeine, like coffee, has three other stimulants, theobromine, theophylline and L-thanine. Theophylline is stronger than caffeine. Although tea generally contains caffeine is much less than coffee, the other three triggers produce synergistic effects that can cause or exacerbate the symptoms of mitral valve prolapse such as chest pain, shortness of breath and dizziness.

3. Alcohol
Individuals with MVP should avoid alcohol and alcohol, as they may worsen the symptoms and even cause arrhythmias. Drinking too much of these substances causes heart disease called cardiomyopathy. Which will be associated with a decrease in the function of the heart muscle. Inappropriate cardiac function in cardiomyopathies can lead to heart failure and cause very serious heart problems.

4. Chocolate
The main ingredients are chocolate cocoa and sugar. Cocoa contains a significant amount of theophylline and theobromine stimulants, as well as a small amount of caffeine. Eating chocolate increases blood glucose levels and releases insulin, which also affects blood glucose levels and increases irregular heartbeats. Although chocolate is associated with health benefits, people with mitral valve prolapse should avoid eating it.

 

5- Confectionery and candy
Because of this, I have injected high amounts of sugar into the pancreas, stimulating the body to produce more insulin, and lowering my blood glucose, which is a sudden drop in blood glucose, causing heart attacks, tremors and anxiety attacks.

6. Juice of industrial fruits
Unlike most people think of industrial juices, they contain a lot of sugar. Even natural juices are no exception to this, and they lack the fiber and salts in the fruit itself.

Sports restrictions for patients with mitral valve prolapse
Although there are recommendations for having daily light exercises for people with mitral valve prolapse, there are some sports restrictions for these people, such as:

1 run
Running lightly every day for 20 minutes can be beneficial for these people. On the other hand, running or endurance is fast and dangerous for these patients and should refrain from doing so. Some reports indicate that the mitral valve prolapse is a disease and sudden death in some of the two marathon athletes.

Weightlifting
Style weightlifting is not dangerous in itself, but they should avoid heavy weightlifting.

3- Rope
Rope or jump is also an exercise that is not in itself a lightweight for these patients, but if the duration of the exercises and jumps is more severe, it can increase the risk.

4. Swim
It's a great sport for all people who are moving all body organs and can be dangerous for people with this disease, so it's better to be light and sensible.

References:

  1. https://mvpresource.com/exercises-to-avoid-with-mitral-valve-prolapse/
  2. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/mitral-valve-prolapse/symptoms-causes/syc-20355446
  3. https://mvpresource.com/foods-to-avoid-with-mitral-valve-prolapse/

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Fatemeh Ghorbani

Fatemeh Ghorbani

فاطمه قربانی هستم، لیسانس ژنتیک، به علوم نوین پزشکی و ایمونولوژی علاقمندم. از شما دوست گرامی بخاطر مطالعه این مقاله و همچنین مجموعه تریتا بخاطر فرصت انتشار مطالبم در راستای کمک به ارتقای دانش کمال تشکر دارم. شاد باشید و سلامت

my name is Fatemeh Ghorbani, I have a B.S in genetics and interested in immunology and medical science. I believe that, even into the smallest acts, should be put our heart, mind and soul. Thank you for reading my article