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
NEW YORK, July 13. About girls body practices such as yoga, scientists around the world have said for quite some time. However, some time ago, experts also found that there is a way to further enhance the positive effect of such training, says Raut .
As it turned out, even better to practice yoga… without clothes. According to one of the most famous new York teachers of the practice of ISIS Phoenix, this is the only way to experience the true fullnes and authenticity of the training.
Scientists at Taiwan’s National research Institute of health has identified the minimum amount of physical activity needed to maintain their body in good shape.
During the experiment, involving more than 400 000 people and lasted 8 years, experts examined the activity levels of the subjects and found that the participants who pledge moderate physical activity on average about 15 minutes a day had a 14% les likely to die over the 8-year follow-up period than those who did not.