Autonomic dysfunction may be caused by lack of oxygen. It is known that stress increases blood pressure, pulse quickens, breathing becomes rapid and shallow, and the blood not receiving enough oxygen. In stressful situations, to relieve excessive tension, it is recommended to breathe slower and deeper. Of course, slow the heart rate or to reduce the pressure force of will the majority of people not in condition, but it is
possible to control the rhythm and frequency of breathing. Because the breath is one of the regular functions of the body, which man can manage to hold your breath, slow down, or speed it up to make a deep or superficial.
From the breath affects the body’s oxygen supply, and hence the work of the heart. If we breathe correctly, in our body improves venous circulation, blood, and bodies more intensely saturated Continue reading
1. The impact of exercise on various organ systems. 10
1.1 the Impact of exercise on metabolism and energy. 1 1
1.2 the Impact of exercise on the circulatory system. 12
1.3 the Impact of exercise on the respiratory system. 15
1.4 the Impact of exercise on the nervous system. 17
“Physical exercise have to enter into the daily life of everyone who wants to maintain health, performance, a full and joyful life.”
Nowadays it is very acute problem of sports among the population. Not long ago, President Dmitry Medvedev spoke at the first channel of the country with statistics on this issue. Nowadays the sport (including the ordinary charging) deals only 15% of our country, and what do the other 85%? With the arrival of televisions, computers, and different neblagopriyatnyh Continue reading
I am receiving many letters with the request to tell about the impact of sport and physical education at heart. However, pondering this topic, I found it necessary to expand the scope of our conversation and to discuss the impact of exercise in General. In fact, you see, sometimes physical labor in the garden of exhausting not less than a good workout, however, say, Olympic sports, this activity will be included, probably not soon.
Thus, we will consider the question broadly, but do not forget about sport. So, for readability, we highlight three types of physical activity:
static, in which there is continuous strain of muscle groups (for example, forced working posture in which you have to spend a certain time), dynamic when in groups of muscles alternating tension and relaxation (e.g., walking, running, swimming) and “explosive”, characterized by very strong and short-term muscle tension (for example, lifts Continue reading