THE IMPORTANCE OF MODERATE-INTENSITY AEROBIC SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN LOWERING THE LEVEL OF HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE FOR PATIENTS

Mahour Bacha Mourad, Ferahtia Sabira, Rami Azeddine, Baouche Khaled

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The aim of the research was to identify the importance of moderate aerobic sports activities in lowering the level of high blood pressure for patients. The mechanism of regulation of blood pressure, the causes of its height and complications, the identification of blood pressure during physical exertion and rest, the importance of sport for blood pressure patients, After analyzing these elements, it was concluded that:

  • Aerobic training has a positive effect on lowering the level of blood pressure, especially systolic pressure.
  • Exercising lightly by patients reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease.

The most important recommendations are:

  • The need to use moderate-intensity aerobic activities to keep a normal blood pressure.
  • The need for the regularity in performing the aerobic exercises and for 3 times per week and gradually increasing the planned period through the weekly units to achieve better results.
  • Raising awareness for patients with high blood pressure to the importance of practicing sports and for all the different ages.

 

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