Due to the fact that there are a large number of heart diseases of different severity, the consequences of this disease for the patient may be different.
Clinical manifestations all defects can be divided into three main groups:
Heart disease, which can lead to reduced pumping function of the heart
Blue heart defects (cyanosis).
Heart disease without symptoms.
Anatomically possible to distinguish four types of violations:
Defects (holes) of partitions that separate right and left chambers of the heart from each other.
Narrowing of the valves or major blood vessels.
The anomalous position of the large vessels (aorta, pulmonary artery, inferior or superior Vena cava), the cavities of the heart or the heart. Continue reading
A key role in achieving the result from physical activity the food. How to enhance the effects of exercise and nutrition, read our article.
You know that proper nutrition before, during and after exercise plays a key role in achieving optimal results, muscle growth and recovery. Meals
before training necessary for quality work in the gym, and after – for muscle growth. Further in the article, you’ll learn all the intricacies of nutrition in sports.
Food before training
Eating before working out is extremely important. It depends, will you be able to reach their maximum potential in training or not. Continue reading
One of the most important effects of training – the slowing of the heart rate at rest (bradycardia) as a manifestation of the economization of cardiac activity and a lower need for hospitalization of oxygen. The increase in the duration of a phase of diastole (relaxation) provides more cots and best supply the heart muscle with oxygen. In patients with bradycardia cases of CHD detected much less frequently than in people with frequent pulse. It is believed that the increase in resting heart rate by 15 beats/min increases the risk of sudden death from heart attack by 70% – the same pattern is observed when muscle activity. When the standard load
on a Bicycle Ergometer in the trained men, the volume of coronary blood flow is almost 2 times less than in untrained (140 vs. 260 ml/min per 100 g of myocardial tissue), respectively 2 times and less need for hospitalization of oxygen (20 to 40 ml/min per 100 g tissue). Continue reading