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How much can watching hockey stress your heart? - Medical Xpress

Sporting events often leave people on the edge of their seats, but what does all that excitement do to their hearts? A new study suggests that both the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat can have a substantial effect on the cardiovascular system.and more »

Is Watching Sports Bad for Your Health? Here's What New Research Says - TIME

Watching a sports match can stress your heart just as much as playing in the game itself, suggests a small new study in the Canadian Journal of Cardiology. Researchers found that people's pulses increased by 75% when they watched a hockey game on ...and more »

Watching hockey is stressing your heart out, Canadian study warns -

WATCH ABOVE: Being a hockey fan can be a rollercoaster of emotions. As Allison Vuchnich reports, Canadian researchers discovered fans experienced significantly elevated heart rates, equivalent to vigorous exercise, while watching hockey games.and more »

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 ...and more »

Hockey Viewers' Hearts May Pay a Penalty - HealthDay

THURSDAY, Oct. 5, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- 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 ...and more »

Watching hockey increases cardiac stress by twofold - Medical News Today

This is not the first time that researchers caution about the effect of watching sports on the viewers' cardiac health. Previous research has shown that people who have coronary heart disease are far more likely to have adverse cardiovascular events as ...and more »

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

The nail-biting moments of a hockey match can prove to be a bit too much for your heart to fathom, quite literally. The highs and lows of a thrilling match may leave you at the edge of your seats but the stress that accompanies it may lead to elevated ...and more »

Watching an intense hockey game could double your heart rate - Cardiovascular Business

Hockey fans with cardiac disease might want to watch their heart rate a little more closely this winter, a team of Canadian researchers advises. In a study published by the Canadian Journal of Cardiology, lead author Paul Khairy, MD, PhD, and ...and more »

Watching hockey could affect fans with heart disease, Canadian study says - Toronto Star

With hockey season now underway, here's something for fans to take to heart: a new study suggests the excitement of watching one's favourite team, either live or on TV, can have a profound effect on the cardiovascular system, in some cases even ...and more »

Is watching sports harmful for health? Study says yes - Zee News

New Delhi: A study says that 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. The findings showed that there was a 75 per cent increase in heart rate in TV ...and more »