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A person who exercises never goes to “cardiology

Ubqari Magazine - November 2016

persistent anxiety leads to innate changes in body , e.g., a person who is affected by conflicts at home or office, his body parts become tense. Heart rate increases, and blood pressure increases unintentionally.

After 6hours of surgery of my back, two nurses assisted me in standing and take a few steps. The next day, I strolled in the ward. I increased this strolling every day, the next 10 days. Neurosurgeon had affirmed me that walking was the best of tonics. Walking decreases the risk of blood clotting in legs. Muscles become strong and speed of recovery increases. In the coming days, as my stroll increased, I felt a strange state, not only my strength increased; my body aches and pains vanished. I felt vigor, as I was walking in my street, I felt all my worries are fleeing along the dirt rising from my walk” above are the feelings of a man who had recently undergone surgery. His narrative clearly shows that exercise and walk has a very beneficial effect on a person’s heath and vigor. Most of the people face stress, unemployment, financial constraints, personal grudges, sexual deficiencies, noise, difficulties in relationships, and family issues are among the emotions which are a cause of anxiety. Persistent anxiety leads to innate changes in body, e.g., a person who is affected by conflicts at home or office, his body parts become tense. Heart rate increases, and blood pressure increases unintentionally. If this stressful condition persists for long, it results in boredom, malaise, fretfulness, displeasure, depression and other such complaints.

Nowadays health practitioners are more anxious about the effects of not exercising that present on heart. Ischemic heart disease is, now becoming quite common. This is known that it is more common in people who have jobs which are not physical as compared to those whose job is mostly associated with walking. i.e, this disease is less common in postman and more in worker at post office, similarly more in driver and less in conductor. Heart, in any case, is a pump even though it is made up of muscles; it also requires a regular and timely exercise. Exercise can prevent as well as treat diseases. Body movements become agile and it is helpful in staying healthy, it becomes easy to live with chronic ailments. People who have undergone bypass (an addition of an alternate blood vessel to heart), can also benefit from exercise. This information seems unbelievable, but is undeniably true. Leg exercises can improve the strength in legs and exercised persistently, this energy can be retained. Now there is no doubt that one should not depend only on medication for chronic ailments other non medicinal methods like exercise etc. should also be tried because in majority of people this combined methodology of medicine and exercise can be very beneficial. High blood pressure should not be treated with medicines alone rather the whole way of life should be changed i.e, salt intake should be reduced, stop smoking, exercise regularly, live a stable life and refrain from running like a mouse.

Exercise, when increased gradually, is not dangerous:
many people think twice before exercise as they think that it might put a burden on their heart and that may prove harmful. If exercise is increased gradually, it not harmful in any way (in a training centre in America, for the past 20 years, 50,000 businessmen, under supervision of an expert, are taking part in such exercises and no one has suffered a heart attack during exercise as yet). It is important to mention here that middle aged people who desire to perform such extreme exercises and they are not satisfied with their cardiac status, should take health opinion beforehand and undergo an exercise tolerance test with the advice of a doctor. People who have high blood pressure, atherosclerosis or ischemic heart disease also require exercise but it should be done under supervision or after an advice from a doctor. Exercise is a priceless facilitation for the recovery from heart attack and nowadays most doctors encourage their patients in this regard i.e.  to provide strength to the cardiac muscle they advise a gradually intensifying exercise which starts from a slow walk on flat ground, increasing to a brisk walk and in the end cycling, mild running and could be progressed to fast walk.

Our capacity during walk can be assessed with the pulse rate. Pulse rate should remain within limits during walk. This suitable limit is 65-80% at the most and this can be calculated by subtraction age from the maximum heart rate of 220. If a person’s age is 60 years, his heart rate, at the most should be 220-60=160 per minute. Its 65-80% would be 140-180 per minute. That is, this person starts exercising; his pulse rate should remain 104 per minute during exercise which should not be more than 128per minute as this the suitable limit of pulse rate in a 60 year old man. If a person does not have a habit of exercise, he should start from slow walk which should be increased to 40 minutes daily.

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