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my husband, 58 years old, was diagnosed with congestive heart failure after his EF (ejection fraction) readings went from 68% to 45% in a matter of few months. His cardiologist explained us that means his heart is simply not pumping enough blood to all his organs, but at the same time he didn’t give us any advice on what to do to at least try improving this number.

My husband is tired all the time, he can barely walk a few blocks in our neighbourhood and we’re now thinking about getting the second opinion, as soon as our insurance lets us do that. Since he’s tired all the time, is it safe at all for him to go for walks and such?

Thanks for your replies


Please get a referral to a cardio rehab center. Excercise is necessary
Check out book by Dr. Wolfson
Look into Bruce West.