Xarelto Lawsuit San Diego California
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Heart Attack Prevention Exercise
Have you recently become aware that you are at risk for a heart attack? Have you had a heart attack and now are recovering? Are you trying to get in shape as part of your heart attack recovery? The following is a heart attack prevention exercise plan tailored for people who are out of shape and need help protecting their hearts.
Step One: Determine How Much Exercise You Can Handle
The goal is to eventually work up to exercising for 30 minutes a day, but this may be too much for you right now. That’s why you will need to gather a stopwatch, a pair of walking or running shoes, and a notebook.
Today you will go for a walk or walk/jog. Use your stopwatch to measure how long (and, if possible, how far) you can comfortably walk or walk/jog while staying at a pace where you can comfortably talk to another person. You do not want to stress your heart, so be sure you never push yourself the point where you cannot easily carry on a conversation with another person.
Make note of how far you can go (and for how long.) This will be your baseline exercise level. Use this as a starting point.
Step Two: Make it Through Week One
Using that first day as a baseline, schedule in at least that much exercise for each day for the next week. This first week you will just want to do your baseline level of exercise, even if you feel like you can do more. You will want to keep your exercise level to the point where you feel good the whole time. If exercise is not enjoyable, you won’t continue.
Step Three: Up the Intensity for Week Two
Using the results of week one as a gauge, plan to up the intensity of your exercise plan ever so slightly. You might decide to jog for thirty seconds of every two minutes, or you might decide to do a set of crunches before or after your walk. Whatever you choose, keep it easy. Do not push yourself to the point where you threaten your heart health or feel like you can’t do it. Slow and steady is the goal.
Step Four: Make a Long Term Plan
After you’ve exercised consistently for two weeks, you will need to use the information you’ve gathered about yourself to set an exercise goal plan. Challenge yourself to work up to thirty minutes of exercise a day, increasing your walking to jogging (or speed walking) and adding light weights or calisthenics. Work to establish this type of exercise as a daily habit.
Why Exercise Prevents Heart Attacks
Exercise strengthens your heart and lungs. It also will help you maintain a healthy weight, which means your heart will not be stressed as much.
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