Role of exercise in heart diseases
Role of Exercise in Heart Diseases
Heart diseases and exercise have a direct relationship, which is very simple to explain. When you don’t exercise, you become more vulnerable to develop a heart disease and when you get a heart disease, you lose your potential to exercise properly.
It is anonymously declared by a number of researches and studies that exercise is required to prevent heart disease but it is still a matter of debate that how much and what type of exercises are allowed to heart patients.
What is the role of exercise in heart diseases?
What types of exercises are good for heart?
Following exercises are considered safe in cardiac patients and are highly recommended by doctors for almost all heart patients.
Yoga is a form of static exercise that does not require vigorous heart muscle activity and is therefore considered safest and most effective in patients suffering from heart diseases.
swimming is also advised to young or middle aged cardiac patients who enjoy it as a sport. Swimming relaxes the body and gentle strokes in water relieve stress.
It is recommended to every heart patient to walk slowly for at least 15 to 30 minutes on daily basis.
What are pre-requisites for exercise in heart patients?
In specific cases the patients with severe heart problems must be careful. If they have developed any complications like cardiac arrest, disturbance in rhythm of beats or fainting, then they need additional care and treatment. Until the treatments do not reduce the cardiac risk, these patients should consult the doctor in before resuming any physical activity.
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