Symptoms, Risk Factors, And Causes Of Congenital Heart Diseases

Excessive Fatigue After Physical Activity

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Blood is responsible for carrying the body's various cellular waste products generated by natural processes to different organs, such as the liver, where they can be filtered out. Blood, likewise, carries various cells and proteins throughout the body, which aid in recovery after physical exertion. When blood flow throughout the body is decreased due to congenital heart diseases, wastes and toxins can build up in the blood which can create abnormal levels of fatigue, particularly after exercise. Individuals who are excessively tired after physical activity should visit the doctor to get an evaluation and determine if it is a congenital heart condition causing their symptoms or not.

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