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2023 Volume 14 Issue 1

Physiological Features of the Cardiovascular System in Hypertensive Men Under Conditions of Regular Physical Activity


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Abstract

In modern society, men often have arterial hypertension at the beginning of adulthood, which can progress rapidly and be complicated by thrombosis. It becomes necessary to improve the process of physical rehabilitation of hypertensive men of mature age. For this purpose, in men diagnosed with arterial hypertension, various schemes of systematic muscle activity are used. As a variant of the general recovery of this category of patients, a complex of physical training was developed and tested. Its effectiveness was compared with the effectiveness of the traditional rehabilitation option for arterial hypertension. Men of the first mature age, suffering from arterial hypertension for no more than 5 years, were taken under observation. They were randomly divided into 2 groups. One of them underwent traditional physical rehabilitation, the other group underwent rehabilitation according to the author's method. Standard tests for assessing the functional state of the body with statistical processing of the results were applied. In men who underwent rehabilitation according to the method developed by the authors, a more significant improvement in hemodynamic and functional parameters, cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal systems was noted than in the group of men who received the traditional version of recovery.


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Vinichenko MA, Zavalishina SY, Kartashev VP, Makurina ON. Physiological Features of the Cardiovascular System in Hypertensive Men Under Conditions of Regular Physical Activity. J Biochem Technol. 2023;14(1):57-63. https://doi.org/10.51847/9a5O0KSRNz
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Vinichenko, M. A., Zavalishina, S. Y., Kartashev, V. P., & Makurina, O. N. (2023). Physiological Features of the Cardiovascular System in Hypertensive Men Under Conditions of Regular Physical Activity. Journal of Biochemical Technology, 14(1), 57-63. https://doi.org/10.51847/9a5O0KSRNz
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