Every age has a “golden sports program”

What are the consequences of not exercising for a long time? According to the World Health Organization, under-exercise has become the fourth most important risk factor for global mortality, with 6% of deaths associated with lack of exercise each year.

There are eight major hazards associated with chronic exercise: cancer, cardiovascular disease, heart failure, osteoporosis, stroke, hypertension, diabetes, and obesity.

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6~10 o’clock is the “devil time” of the human body, the heart and brain are most vulnerable to collapse



Some people say that a healthy morning must do three things: take a deep breath, drink a glass of water, and defecate. But for many people, this is not enough.

Epidemiological surveys show that about 6 to 10 in the morning, about 40% of myocardial infarction and 29% of sudden cardiac death occur at this time. The risk of ischemic stroke is four times that of other time periods…

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The greater the pressure difference of hypertension, the more serious the blood vessel sclerosis?



The blood pressure measurement usually includes a high pressure value, a low pressure value. Usually, we call the high pressure systolic blood pressure. The systolic blood pressure refers to the blood rushing out of the heart when the body’s heart contracts. At this time, the arterial blood vessels are under the most pressure, so It is called high pressure; low pressure is called diastolic blood pressure, and diastolic blood pressure is when the heart is dilated, blood returns to the heart, blood vessels rebound, and the measured blood pressure value is low pressure.

Usually, there is a pressure difference between high pressure and low pressure. This value is generally between 30 and 40. However, if it is too large or too small, it should be paid enough attention to eliminate the measurement error.

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