Patients with coronary heart disease physical exercise is not only permitted, but encouraged. However, not every kind of activity is suitable. Useful moderate aerobic exercise, such as brisk walking, Cycling or swimming. Talk to your doctor about how much exercise You can perform, and gradually increase their number. Isometric exercises in which the muscles contract (are compresed) for a long time, is not suitable for people suffering from angina. Common forms of isometric exercises include strength training and push-UPS. Proven that regular breathing exercises have a positive effect on the coronary arteries, slowing the growth in the number of plaques directly – through the so-called masage action on the endothelium (layer of cells that covers the inner surface of blood vesels), or indirectly by reducing body weight and blood presure levels, and also due to the improvement of glucose control in patients with diabetes mellitus. Continue reading
Bringing to perfection his body
In the modern world, especially in Metropolitan areas, the work of many people to the limit systematized and automated. Electronics, computing, television and radio, cars allow people to achieve certain goals in work and life to minimize its motor function. However, the body of people for a very long time remains largely unchanged. For normal, healthy functioning requires some amount of movement, physical activity, consumption and expenditure of daily doses of calories — all that is absolutely necesary, in order to be healthy!
For example, in 20 years, systematically leading a sedentary lifestyle and Continue reading
It is advisable to begin physical exercise in a good mood and in between meals. There should be feelings of fatigue, breathlesnes, pain in the muscles.
Types of training:
breathing exercises. Continue reading