Variation of the characteristics of the cardiorespiratory system and bioimpendace analysis of the persons with elevated and normal blood pressure under the influence of moderate physical activity

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Bulletin of Tyumen State University. Medico-Biological Sciences (№6). 2013

Title: 
Variation of the characteristics of the cardiorespiratory system and bioimpendace analysis of the persons with elevated and normal blood pressure under the influence of moderate physical activity


About the authors:

Svetlana V. Soloviyeva, Dr. Med. Sci., associate professor, Tyumen State Medical academy
Ekaterina V. Pustovit, Intern, Department of Internal Medicine, Outpatient Therapy and Family Medicine, Tyumen State Medical Academy

Abstract:

The aim of the study was to investigate the dynamics of the cardiorespiratory system and bioimpedance analysis of patients with normal and elevated blood pressure under the influence of power and aerobic exercise of moderate intensity.The study involved 111 people. There were 63 men and 48 women. We have found that among people with normal and high blood pressure there are no significant differences in the indicators under study in response to physical stress; but people with normal blood pressure had a higher rate of change of the indicators of bioimpedance analysis, which is associated with a better adaptation capacity of their cardiorespiratory system. Analysis of the effects of physical exercises revealed an increase in the body mass index due to increase in the muscle mass. This leads to increase in the cardio-vascular risk. Aerobic exercises contributed to the growth of muscle tone without its hypertrophy and a faster cardio adaptation. Thus, any physical activity helps to improve health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases, but for those with elevated blood pressure aerobic exercise is preferable.

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