Is watching hockey stressful for your heart? - Business Standard

Watching a hockey game live or on television may lead to a rise in heart rate, that can have a substantial effect on the cardiovascular system, a research has claimed. The findings, published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, showed that there was ...

Get off couch to elevate pulse - The Chronicle Journal

With the prospect — albeit a slim one — of Lord Stanley's mug being hoisted by a Canadian squad next spring, the release of a study by the Montreal Heart Institute couldn't have been more timely. The study's research suggests some hockey fans might ...

Did You Know That Watching Hockey Elevates Your Heart Rate More Than Any Other Sport In The World? - Indiatimes.com

Turns out that sporting events do more than just excite you or leave you hanging at the edge of your seat; it does your cardiovascular system a world of good as well, claims a recent study. Hockey. REUTERS/representational image ...

Stress factor - NWAOnline

A new study out of Canada shows that people really can have elevated heart rates while watching sports. Researchers found that those watching a sporting event on TV see a significant heart rate increase, and even more if they watch it live. The study ...

Live Hockey Match May Elevate Your Heart Rate By 75 percent: Try These Foods for Healthy Heart - NDTV

This spike in heart rate coming from the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat can have a substantial effect on the cardiovascular system. Food | NDTV Food Desk | Updated: October 06, 2017 12:19 IST. 1Share. EMAIL. PRINT. COMMENTS. Live Hockey ...

Hockey gets the heart racing - ExpressNewsline

But the new study is the first to demonstrate that the ambience of a live game - being surrounded by cheering fans, being closer to the action and experiencing an increased level of engagement - may all contribute to the heightened emotional stress ...

Study: hockey gets the heart racing - WKBW-TV

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) - Hockey is back and a new study says the intense action may take a toll on a person's heart. The Montreal Heart Institute monitored the heart rates of Montreal Canadiens fans during games and found the heart rate of those watching ...

Watching hockey could affect fans with cardiovascular disease: study - TheSpec.com

A new study suggests the excitement of watching one's favourite team can have a profound impact on the cardiovascular system by raising the heart rate. - Associated Press File Photo. TORONTO — With hockey season now underway, here's something for ...

Watching sports can have the same effect on your heart as EXERCISE, study reveals - Daily Mail

The excitement of watching a close game could have the same effect on your heart that exercise does, a new study has found. Researchers from Royal West Academy in Canada found that experiencing the joy of a victory or the heartbreak of a defeat can put ...

Watching hockey increases cardiac stress by twofold - Gears Of Biz

New research published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology examines the effect of watching high-intensity moments in a hockey game on cardiovascular health. This is not the first time that researchers caution about the effect of watching sports on ...

Watching sports can absolutely spike your heart rate - Men's Fitness

When the game goes into overtime, so does your cardiovascular system, a new study suggests. Rose McNulty by Rose McNulty October 5, 2017 1.31pm. Hockey Fans in Arena. Grant Faint / Getty. A. Any die-hard sports fan can relate to the exhilaration of ...

Hockey Viewers' Hearts May Pay a Penalty - Gears Of Biz

THURSDAY, Oct. 5, 2017 Just watching a hockey game can put significant stress on the heart, a new study claims. “Our results indicate that viewing a hockey game can likewise be the source of an intense emotional stress, as manifested by marked ...

Watching hockey could double your heart rate — but it won't replace you working out - New York Daily News

When New York Rangers captain Ryan McDonagh hits the ice, his heart beat goes up. Same goes for spectators, a new study found. (Derik Hamilton/AP). BY Joe Dziemianowicz. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Thursday, October 5, 2017, 1:53 PM. A health check ...

Heart rate may double while watching hockey - Healio

Watching professional hockey significantly elevated the heart rates of viewers and could potentially raise the risk for CV events, according to new data published in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology. “Our analysis of elements of the hockey game ...

Heart Attack Season Is Coming (For Some Fans), Warns Hockey Study - Inverse

The National Hockey League's 101st season began Wednesday as the defending Stanley Cup champions, the Pittsburgh Penguins, took on the St. Louis Blues and lost — a spicy start to a much-hyped year. The excitement building over the season is ...

Spectators experienced significantly elevated heart rates, equivalent to rates with vigorous exercise, while ... - Science Daily

Date: October 5, 2017; Source: Elsevier; Summary: A new study suggests that both the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat can have a substantial effect on the cardiovascular system. Investigators took the pulse of fans during a hockey game and ...

Watching hockey elevates heart rates than any other sport - New Kerala

Washington D.C [USA], October 5 : Sporting events often leave people on the edge of their seats with excitement or sometimes stress. But a new study reveals that spectators experience significantly elevated heart rates, equivalent to rates with ...

'Heart-stopping' NHL hockey a health risk for cardiac patients: study - CTV News

The pulse-pounding action of an NHL game can elevate a fan's heart rate to the same levels achieved during vigorous exercise, and may pose a health risk to patients with cardiovascular issues, according to a new study of Montreal Canadiens fans ...

How Hockey Fans' Hearts React to Stressful Moments in the Game - Live Science

There's nothing quite like the rush of seeing your favorite sports team pull off a win at the last second. But watching live sports can put some serious stress on your heart, a new, small study finds. Watching a hockey game live can more than double a ...

Watching a hockey match may stress the heart, warn researchers - News-Medical.net

The excitement of watching a hockey match has been found to have a significant effect on the cardiovascular system, suggesting a potential link between watching sporting events and cardiac incidents. Editorial Credit: Sergei Bachlakov/Shutterstock.com.