You may have been told to reduce or stop exercise with your current or recent condition. Under most circumstances, reducing exercise is acceptable, but if you have been told to stop exercise altogether, there are likely still some movements you can do, with restrictions. Movement is good for the body, and the mind. Here are some reasons why your doctor may recommend that you slow or stop exercise, and what you can do about it.
Managing your blood pressure often begins with what kinds of things make it rise. We all know that monitoring blood pressure is critical to knowing your blood pressure triggers. But If you don’t know those triggers, here are 9 great tenets to live by for healthy blood pressure. Start a healthy habit and see your blood pressure change within weeks!
Being physically active is one of the most important things you can do to prevent or control high blood pressure. It also helps to reduce your risk of heart disease. All you need is 30 minutes of moderate-level physical activity on most days of the week.
Besides lowering blood sugars, exercise has a wide variety of other benefits to your health. There are different types of exercise, and different ways that they improve our health (especially blood sugars and blood pressure). It's important here to know the difference.
If you have limited mobility, time, money, or space, here are some exercises that you can do at home to isolate and strengthen different muscle groups. The goal with these exercises is to hold a position without moving for as long as you can. This is a great way of building muscle.