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Exercise Tips for Those Who Have Already Had a Stroke

Exercise Tips for Those Who Have Already Had a Stroke

Of the diseases that affect the modern world, especially after the revolution industrial, those that reach the arteries responsible for irrigation and health of the heart muscle, the coronary ones, are the most frequent in both sexes and during the productive phase of life.

In those individuals who have the risk factors for this occurrence, the coronary arteries slowly closing, preventing tissue nutrition and, as a consequence, their death, infarction.

Back when the current concepts and findings of exercise medicine were still restricted to high-performance sports, the affected patient by heart attack was doomed to spend days bedridden. His freedom to do day-to-day tasks and exercises was condemned and eliminated from his life, as the order of rest and the least effort prevailed.

In our day, the idea of ​​immobility fell and exercise, called cardiovascular rehabilitation , has played a decisive role in the treatment of the disease. It is so important that the patient begins walking in the hospital, changes in position and everything else that the new condition allows.

After therapeutic procedures such as angioplasty and coronary artery bypass grafting (coronary artery bypass surgery or coronary artery bypass grafting), along with the medications prescribed, on returning home, the habits of life that have led to this condition must be radically changed: stop smoking, watch for the diet with healthy nutrients, control the salt and stress of everyday life, introduce the routine exercise that is part of the treatment. We can not forget that the infarcted had his disease treated and that in the recovery phase the sequels will be evaluated. The maximum stress tests or limited by cardiological alterations are of extreme value in the composition of the training.

As in prevention, in rehabilitation aerobic work plays a prominent role. At the beginning and depending on the case-by-case analysis, there will be 3 weekly sessions for about 30 minutes each and at heart rate (intensity) between 40 and 80% of the maximum extracted from the stress test.

The intensity control is key to success and adherence of the patient to the work instituted. Ideally, it should be accompanied by a trained professional to monitor not only heart rate but pressure and even to obtain electrocardiographic tracings in occasional situations.

If the ideal can not be obtained, the patient himself can monitor his condition, since instructed. Use of heart monitors, tests such as speech during activity can be used, among others.

We should not deprive the individual of localized muscular endurance work (bodybuilding) as it will be critical to day-to-day tasks. For the upper limbs, as a rule, 30% of the maximum strength is used and for the lower 50%. They are distributed in series and number repetitions that depend on initial evaluation.

Stretching, 3 times a week as in resistance work, helps to leave the joints healthy and can contribute to a relaxation that, as a rule, is accompanied of a sense of well-being.

Well, you who thought the exercise wasted time or did not find time for exercise, now know that it is part of the infarction treatment and that it could have prevented you from exercising.

It's never too late to exercise, even though the fright has been great. It will leave you confident, pushing away that feeling that everything is over, of the infarct.


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