At least 1 of your patients must start on a exercise program to help improve his BMI score. What is the recommendation and frequency(in hours, minutes, and days) of exercise that is typically recommended to improve your health and well being?
A few simple rules are helpful as you develop your own routine.
Don't eat for 2 hours before vigorous exercise.
Drink plenty of fluids before, during, and after a workout.
Adjust your activity level according to the weather, [ [ and reduce it when you are fatigued or ill.
When exercising, listen to the body's warning symptoms, and consult a doctor if exercise causes chest pain, irregular
heartbeat, unusual fatigue, nausea, unexpected breathlessness, or light-headedness.
Heart rate is the standard guide for determining aerobic exercise intensity. It is useful for people training at aerobic intensity, or people with certain cardiac risk factors who have been set a maximum heart rate by their doctor. You can determine your heart rate by counting your pulse, or by using a heart rate monitor. To feel your own pulse, press the first two fingers of one hand gently down on the inside of the wrist or under the jaw on the right or left side of the front of the neck. You should feel a faint pounding as blood passes through the artery. Each pounding is a beat.
Warming up and cooling down are important parts of every exercise routine. They help the body make the transition from rest to activity and back again, and can help prevent soreness or injury, especially in older people.- ] ]
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