The benefits of swimming in a pool or in open water is invaluable. This physical exercise strengthens the cardiovascular system, leads to tone our muscles, improves the functioning of all internal organs, energizes and has a beneficial effect on emotional state. The coaches of the club “World Class” claim that swimming can efficiently relieve stress, relax the body, relieve fatigue, improve elasticity of the skin. The water, resisting the body, acts likean experienced massage therapist – she effectively exercises all the muscles, relaxing them and toning at the same time. Continue reading
Why waste time, or how to do fitness in the workplace
Physical inactivity is the first problem for all office workers who spend more than 9 hours sitting at the computer. Decreased activity – not the last trouble of the modern worker, because this problem is looming overweight, diseases of cardiovascular and nervous system. As prevention regular exercise are recommended. They will help get rid of sagging muscles, lift your spirits, will lead the body in tone.
To improve efficiency it is imperative to conduct a short warm-up during operation. Short breaks will help improve blood flow and relieve mental
activity to physical. Such load during the day “a great read” women who seek to lose weight. A little practice will help speed up the metabolism and, consequently, make the body more effectively burn fat. Continue reading
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