New Delhi. World Heart Day 2022 is on 29 September. Day to make people aware about heart diseases. Experts also believe that health awareness is helpful in reducing the number of patients in future. In such a situation, being physically active is a big step towards better heart health. It not only strengthens the heart muscle, but also helps in controlling the weight, problems caused by high cholesterol, high blood sugar and high blood pressure in the arteries, but recently many fitness freaks are suffering from heart disease among the youth. After the death due to Heart Disease, questions are also being raised about exercise and exercise. At the same time, there is also a big question whether patients already suffering from heart problems should exercise or not.
Dr Vanitha Arora, Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Interventional Cardiologist at Indraprastha Apollo Hospital in Delhi says that when the heart does not pump blood as much as it should, then the situation is serious. This can cause blood to back up and cause fluid to accumulate in the lungs. Due to this, it becomes difficult for the person to even breathe. In such a situation, patients suffering from cardiovascular problems require many types of exercise to achieve full fitness. If we talk about exercise, then the most benefit for these problems is found through daily exercise.
Medical research that has come to the fore so far says that people who exercise regularly are less likely to have a sudden heart attack or other life-threatening heart problems. That’s why there is a need to pay more attention to exercise. According to fitness experts, aerobic exercise and resistance training are most important for heart health, although flexibility does not directly contribute to heart health.
It is important to build a good foundation to perform aerobic and strength exercises more effectively. It improves blood circulation, resulting in lower blood pressure and heart rate. Additionally, it improves cardiac output (how well your heart pumps). It also contributes to reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes and helps in controlling blood sugar.
These are the benefits of regular exercise for heart patients. Exercise reduces the risk factors of heart disease and also reduces the risk of heart problems in the future. It strengthens the heart and cardiovascular system. It improves blood circulation and helps the body make better use of oxygen. Helps increase energy levels so that you can do more activities without feeling tired or short of breath. Improves muscle tone and strength.. Improves balance and flexibility of joints. However, apart from exercise, it is extremely important to consult a doctor before starting any asana. The doctor can give better suggestions after ascertaining your fitness level and physical condition. Avoid these exercises • Many isometric exercises like push-ups and sit-ups should be avoided. Isometric exercise involves straining the muscles in other ways as well. • It is important to avoid exercising outside when the weather is very cold, hot or humid. High temperature can cause problems in blood circulation. Difficulty in breathing can occur and cause chest pain.• It is important to stay hydrated. It is important to drink water even before you feel thirsty. Take special care about water especially on hot days. If you see these symptoms then stop the exercise. If the heart patient is extremely tired or is having difficulty in breathing, then the exercise should be stopped immediately. Even if there is a problem in taking it, one should not exercise. During this, the doctor can make changes in the rules regarding taking medicines, food or liquid. Any exercise-related activity should be stopped as soon as the heartbeat becomes fast or irregular during exercise. These exercises can be beneficial Dr. Vanitha says that if we talk about the global level, then it is recommended to combine aerobic exercise like jogging, swimming, biking with moderate weightlifting. Together, these two categories of exercise provide the greatest benefits for preventing and managing heart disease. General guidelines call for at least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise such as walking, cycling, or swimming at least five days a week and moderate lifting to tone muscles and focus on muscle development twice a week. . However, whatever exercise you do, do it only under the supervision of an expert.
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FIRST PUBLISHED : September 28, 2022, 20:27 IST