Today we will give you some tips on exercising for a healthy heart.

As we move towards our prime years, doctors will probably tell you that exercises are very important in keeping our heart and circulation system healthy. If done properly, this can also help to keep any heart condition under control. Today we will give you some tips on exercising for a healthy heart.

  • Take your medication, and consult your doctor first before starting an exercise program. Medications can greatly affect your response to exercise.
  • Avoid pushing or lifting heavy objects. Must be extremely careful with chores such as raking, shoveling, mowing, or scrubbing are off limits. Housework should be done without feeling strained or rushed. Get outside help whenever it’s necessary.
  • It’s great to exercise outdoors, if weather permits. Otherwise, your better choice would be indoor to exercise in a well-ventilated and temperature-balanced exercise center. Gyms are safe because it’s flat and usually has a non-slip rubberized surface. Not all gyms are equal, lookout for hygiene issues.
  • Any exercise program should be well-paced, with rest recovery and progression.

Rest time is one of the best ways to recover (or heal) from just about any illness or injury and this also works after a hard workout.
In order to maintain an exercise routine it's important to recover fully after exercise.

Recovery is an essential part of any workout routine. It allows you to train more often and train harder so you get more out of your training.

Your body has an amazing capacity to take care of itself if you allow it some time. Resting and waiting after a hard workout allows the repair and recovery process to happen at a natural pace. It's not the only thing you can or should do to promote recovery, but sometimes doing nothing is the easiest thing to do.

  • Avoid isometric exercises and focus on light intensity dynamic full range of motion exercises. Exercises should not hurt.
  • Exercise by imitation will not achieve results and could be unsafe. Consult with a professional exercise expert to custom-design a specific exercise program for your unique body. Ensure that he or she is experienced and knowledgeable with senior health issues.
  • Everyday simply through breathing, we lose 2 to 5 cups of water. So always stay hydrated (drink water) even before you feel thirsty.
  • Extreme temperatures (cold, hot, or humid) can interfere with circulation, increase workload on the heart and make breathing difficult. Wear appropriate workout gear to maintain a consistently warm body temperature. Try to avoid cold or hot showers.
  • During exercise, wear a real-time heart rate monitor ($80) to ensure exercises are done within an effective and safe zone.
  • To avoid unnecessary pressure on your cardiovascular system, always exhale during the exertion action of an exercise. Learn to breathe through your abdominal diaphrapm.
  • See doctor immediately if feeling chest pain or hardness of breath which doesn’t recover upon of stopping exercise.
  • Exercise a little bit each day works really well and is most safe. If you exercise regularly and yet exercises have been interrupted for a few days (due to illness, vacation, or bad weather), make sure you ease back into the routine progressively. Always start each session at a low intensity with gradually increase.
  • consult with a professional
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