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People with bad heart are suitable for these 3 simple exercises, which can improve heart function

Posting time:2022-12-03 10:37:58

People with bad heart are suitable for these 3 simple exercises, which can improve heart function

In daily life, many people will have some heart problems, such as coronary heart disease, angina pectoris and so on. Once suffering from these heart diseases, not only will it lead to abnormal heart structure, but also the function of the heart will decline rapidly. It is easy for patients to experience symptoms such as physical decline, poor breathing, chest tightness, chest pain, and body edema. Therefore, for people with a bad heart, in addition to active treatment, they must pay attention to the conditioning of all aspects of life, do not appear overworked, and do not do strenuous exercise. Otherwise, it will cause great harm to heart health and even induce sudden cardiac death. However, if a proper exercise method is adopted, it can not only avoid the increase of the burden on the heart, but also improve the function of the heart. So, what kind of exercise should people with poor heart do? 1. Taijiquan Taijiquan is a boxing method in Chinese martial arts, and it is also a sport used to strengthen the body. The movements of Tai Chi are very slow, but very stretchy. When performing Tai Chi exercises, through slow, uniform and slender abdominal breathing, the oxygen in the lungs will be very sufficient, which can enhance the function of the gastrointestinal tract. Moreover, during Tai Chi exercise, the joints and muscles of the whole body will be carried out at the same time, and the muscles of the lower limbs will be regularly contracted and relaxed, so that the blood returns smoothly, and the heart can get a very sufficient blood supply. And it will not cause the heart rate to increase, and it will not increase the burden on the heart. It can also enhance myocardial contractility and improve overall heart function. And Tai Chi is a very good aerobic exercise, which can increase the oxygen content in the blood. Under the premise of not increasing the burden on the heart, it is possible to make the various organs of the body have sufficient oxygen supply. It can provide a lot of oxygen to the heart and brain, so as to improve the lack of oxygen supply to the brain and the lack of oxygen supply to the heart. 2. Walking For people with abnormal heart structure or decreased heart function, walking can be done properly every day. Walking can increase the oxygen supply of the heart, and it can also increase the number of capillaries, and the blood supply and oxygen supply of the coronary arteries will be relatively improved. In this state, myocardial ischemia and hypoxia can be improved very well. Especially for some heart diseases caused by myocardial ischemia, such as coronary heart disease, it has the effect of reducing uncomfortable symptoms and adjuvant therapy. Moreover, when walking, the wall of the heart can be thickened, the contraction ability of the heart will also be enhanced, and the amount of blood pumped out with each contraction will increase. In this case, the relaxation and relaxation time of the heart will be prolonged, so that the heart can get a proper rest time and reduce the burden on the heart. 3. Swimming Swimming is performed properly every day, which can exercise respiratory muscles and increase lung capacity. Moreover, when swimming, the muscles can move regularly, which is beneficial to the venous blood return of the lower extremities, which can accelerate the blood circulation of the whole body. It can provide very sufficient nutrients and oxygen to the heart to improve the lack of oxygen supply to the heart. All in all, for people with poor hearts, the above three kinds of exercise can be properly performed. These three kinds of exercise can not only improve myocardial ischemia and hypoxia, but also improve cardiac function. It is worth noting that, no matter what kind of exercise, you should control the amount of exercise. Especially for people who have a heart attack, and during treatment and recovery, it is best to take a restful approach. After the body gradually recovers, you can exercise properly.

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