Exercise for the elderly to know.

Exercise for the elderly to know.

The physical condition of the elderly is weakened, so the elderly should not go to the body during fitness, and it is appropriate to stop.
  Misunderstanding 1: Morning exercise.
  Many people think that the morning air is good and suitable for exercise.
In fact, before the sun comes out, the carbon dioxide content in the air is high and the air quality is poor. Therefore, the morning exercise should be arranged one hour after the sun comes out, and it is not advisable to practice in the densely populated areas of the road with more traffic, because there areA lot of carbon dioxide is not healthy.
Secondly, foggy weather is not suitable for morning exercise because the fog contains many harmful substances.
Third, fasting morning exercises can easily cause hypoglycemia.
In addition, the morning coronary artery tension is high, and the sympathetic nerve excitability is also high. The incidence of cardiovascular disease is highest from 6 am to 12 noon. Try to choose afternoon or evening activities.
  Myth 2: Take a walk after a meal.
  Many old people regard the old saying “100 steps after a meal and live to ninety-nine” as a fitness motto. In fact, it is not scientific to go a hundred steps after a meal.
From a modern medical point of view, when eating, especially when eating a meal, the heart load of the elderly increases, and postprandial exercise has a significant negative effect on the cardiovascular system.
Therefore, the elderly should avoid exercise during the two hours after a full meal.
  Misunderstanding 3: What other people do are vying to learn.
  This habit is very bad.
The elderly should choose the appropriate sports and exercise according to their age, condition, physical strength and personal hobbies. They should be gradual and persevere, otherwise they will be self-defeating.
  In addition, the elderly need to ensure adequate sleep, pay attention to diet and nutrition, and ensure adequate intake of vitamins and minerals in order to achieve the desired effect of exercise.