How does the heart and brain blood vessels spend a winter?

Date: 2018-11-28
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In the winter every year, patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases in hospitals are 10% higher than usual. Many elderly people are even more scared. In order to ensure health and exercise more actively, if the method is used wrongly, it will accelerate the deterioration of the disease.

 

Why is cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease more frequent in winter?

 

First of all, the weather is cold and the temperature is changing. In cold weather, blood vessels contract and sputum. If there is arteriosclerosis and the blood vessels are more than 50% narrow, it is very prone to myocardial infarction.

 

Secondly, the major festivals in the winter are continuous, the overall calories and fat of the diet are higher than in the past, the work and rest are also irregular, and the emotions are more likely to fluctuate, which leads to abnormal fluctuations of the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and increases the incidence of the disease.

 

Finally, the exercise is not appropriate. If the patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases exercise particularly vigorously, the blood supply to other parts of the body increases, resulting in insufficient blood supply to the cardiovascular and cerebrovascular vessels, especially those who like morning exercises. The platelets in the morning are more likely to gather, the blood pressure is easy to rise, and the heart rate is increased. These will increase the incidence of morbidity.

 

The most suitable exercise for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular patients in winter is aerobic exercise. The characteristic of aerobic exercise is that the time lasts longer (15 minutes or more) and the exercise intensity is at the upper middle level. You can choose the right sport according to your preferences and conditions.

 

 

 

First, the speed of walking

 

For patients with cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, especially for the elderly, it is a good choice. Usually, the heat consumption is 295 kcal in one hour at medium speed, and 217 kcal is consumed in 30 minutes in rapid walking. This movement is more gentle and does not cause violent fluctuations in the heart and brain.

 

Second, jogging

 

Jogging for about 30 minutes is good, but the running of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular patients should not be arranged in the morning or evening, and do not exercise immediately after meals, preferably 2 hours after meals. But this activity is for the elderly, to do what you can, don't force it.

 

 

 

Third, the most taboo does not move for a long time

 

The high-risk group of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases is the elderly. The life after retirement is usually more comfortable. It is normal to watch TV, watch computer and watch mobile phones at home. When there are many people, play mahjong together. When you are alone, play mahjong online. . Sitting often, this will lead to poor blood flow and increase the risk of morbidity. It is best to get up and exercise for at least 15 minutes every hour.

 

Maintaining a good life routine is the key to maintaining cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases. The living habits of many empty-nest elderly people are beginning to move closer to young people. There are many people who have not slept at 11 o'clock every night. In winter, it is usually late in the dark, so the time to go to bed is usually earlier than in other seasons. At 9 o'clock, I am ready to go to sleep. I have to go to bed at 10:30, leaving a detoxification to the internal organs of the body. The time of rest.

 

Regular physical examinations are important, especially for cardiovascular and cerebrovascular patients, and regular physical examinations can reveal potential risks. The human body still has to follow the laws of nature, and health is the material basis for happiness!


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