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The ECG was also normal and even when I
had episodes of chest pain, or pain in the back of my head, this was not
reflected in a change in heart rate.
The cardiologist said that
the heart was what he would expect to see in a well trained athlete and he
noted that whilst the lowest HR that was recorded was 37 the average resting
heart rate was just under 46.
However the vaccine may have caused a
change in the autonomic nervous system, and in turn this may well cause the
erratic blood pressure readings, with BP generally too low. He suggests,
unusually for a cardiologist, to increase my intake of salty food."
Still not got to the bottom of why I am either light headed or am very tender at the back of my head.
TS: I balance on one leg whilst cleaning my teeth (4 x 30 seconds, alternate legs, and indeed, alternate arms). At least it helps the teeth! Actually when I started this ages ago I found one leg much worse than the other. Can't remember which!
I imagine that it will be a good while before I run again so it may well feel like starting again. Have managed to build up the walking to over 5000 steps a day; wasn't even managing 3000 at one point. Still walking with a stick as a precaution although I might ditch that in the near future. Onwards and upwards (slowly).