Patients with “heart disease” with appropriate and safe exercise methods

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People with heart disease may have some restrictions on their exercise, especially cardio that is “cardio” exercise. Failure to exercise caution or exercising too hard can cause the heart to work too hard. And can be harmful to the body

But heart patients can still exercise safely. If done correctly And also have a greater positive effect on the body as a whole

Patients with “heart disease” with appropriate and safe exercise methods.

Heart disease patients Able to perform light exercise such as walking, running and swimming.


Walking exercise Suitable for heart patients who are elderly. By walking briskly, it can be done 1-3 hours a week, reducing the incidence of heart disease by about 30%.


Heart patients can exercise by running. It helps the heart muscle to exert faster pumping force. Helps reduce stress And also helps to strengthen the muscles in various parts To strengthen the body as well


Swimming is suitable for people of all ages. It can help improve overall heart health. Strengthens the heart muscle And flexibility And exercising in the water can help support your body weight well. Suitable for those overweight who are afraid that they exercise will cause injury. And even when exercising with a lot of force But will feel less tired than normal exercise

Exercise advice

Exercise should be at least 3-4 days a week, 30-45 minutes at a time, but should not exercise too much.

Caution in exercise of patients with heart disease.

  • You should warm up 10-15 minutes before every exercise.
  • Do not exercise on an empty stomach. But should stop eating 1 hour before exercise
  • Should exercise indoors Avoid exercising outdoors in the strong sun.
  • Choose to exercise at the same time every day.
  • Patients with end-stage heart disease such as heart failure. Should exclude exercise.
  • You should consult your doctor if you can play sports. Or doing activities that are overbearing or not
  • If you feel too tired Or have symptoms such as chest pain, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, should stop exercising. If symptoms do not improve, see a doctor.