How To Prevent Heart Attack During Sports

Hypertension is a silent killer that triggers various dangerous diseases. Unfortunately, there are still few people who know the importance of controlling blood pressure because hypertension arises without symptoms.

In addition to regular blood pressure checks, a healthy lifestyle also has a major effect on keeping blood pressure normal. One of them is by doing regular jackpot exercise.

To maintain good blood pressure and prevent hypertension, Dr. Siska Suridanda Danny, SpJP suggests cardiac or cardio exercises such as walking, cycling, or swimming combined with endurance sports or loads with moderate intensity levels.

“It should be of moderate intensity because if the load is high, the heart muscle will thicken and increase the risk of high blood pressure. That’s why we often hear games slot online athletes die, because of sudden heart attacks,” Siska told on Wednesday, May 3, 2017.

So, for prevention, should be combined exercise. However, if you already have hypertension, it is advisable to do cardio exercise alone, such as walking, bicycling, or swimming.

Siska added that exercise should be done for at least 150 minutes a week. This time can be divided according to the pattern of each jackpot person.

“Usually we are recommended at least three times a week with 50 minutes in each sporting session,” said Siska.

For example, heating can be done for 10-15 minutes, then exercise for 25 minutes, then end with cooling for 10-15 minutes. Thus, this games slot online exercise can achieve the desired effectiveness in order that the blood vessels are supple and blood pressure is controlled.

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