Mitral Valve Prolapse Prevention
- What It Is
- Risk Factors
- Living With
- User Questions
- Alternative Treatment
- Care Guide
- Questions for Your Doctor
- When to Contact a Doctor
- Find a Doctor
- Resource Guide
How to Prevent Mitral Valve Prolapse
There are no guidelines for preventing MVP of unknown or genetic origin.
You may be able to prevent symptoms, however, through certain lifestyle changes:
- Limit your intake of caffeine.
- Avoid medications (such as decongestants) that speed up your heart rate.
- Exercise regularly , following your healthcare provider's recommendations for intensity.
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