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What Are The Characteristics Of Cardiorespiratory Endurance Activities
All kinds: Cardio... Aerobic... Are the two terms i usually hear. ...Read more
Nature vs nurture: I'll focus on lungs. Cancer can be due to tobacco exposure., even 2nd hand Asbestos too. Emphysema can also be due to tobacco. Asthma exacerbation can be due to air borne allergens especially pollen. Smog doesn't help. Influenza outbreaks can be thought of as a result of close quarters, certainly exposure to ill. I'm sure my colleagues will come up w/more. ...Read more
Aerobic exercise: Aerobic exercise improves cardiorespiratory fitness. Brisk walks, cycling, swimming, running, etc — activities that get you breathing harder and increases your heart rate done at apace that can be sustained for at least 20 minutes without a break. If you're just starting out it may only be a walk but as your fitness improves it moves to a fast arm pumping walk lasting up to an hour. ...Read more
So many benefits: It helps optimize the function of your heart, lungs and vascular system. These are pretty important organ systems. Your body is an "organic" machine and exercise really helps keep it "running" smooth. This "efficiency" from exercise helps minimize risk of certain disease, like heart disease, stroke, peripheral vascular disease, just to name a few. ...Read more
"... Vo2 max. Or maximum oxygen uptake, is considered the gold standard of cardiovascular, pulmonary, and muscle cell fitness. It is usually standardized per body weight and expressed in milliliters of oxygen per kilogram of body weight per minute, and is the maximum amount of oxygen your body (basically your muscles) can utilize."
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MVO2max: In liters/minute is probably the best, although it requires "maximal exertion" which can be risky in populations at risk for heart disease. Cycling, walking, running, treadmill, stepping or so-called "sub-maximal protocols" are often used in that they don't require all-out effort to estimate fitness levels. ...Read more
Describe how caffeine can affect your stress level. How does it affect your cardiorespiratory system?
Specificity...: Cardiac arrest means the heart has stopped beating whereas cardiopulmonary arrest means the heart has stopped beating and the person is not breathing. The latter is more specific but if the heart has stopped, the person will not be breathing. It is possible to have a respiratory arrest and the heart is still beating but if the heart stops, breathing stops, too. ...Read more
Some long term: Benefits are increased pumping power of the heart, decreased heart rates, and improvements in forced expiratory volumes. ...Read more
Can being bedridden for several months lead to total cardio respiratory failure and destruction of major organs? I know it always causes DVT and PE.
What should be the focus of my diet and what should I avoid completely if I want to increase my mental and physical endurance? Any specific food? Thx.
Plant based foods: The focus should be planted based foods with wild fish like salmon eaten at least 3 times a week. Plant based includes fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts, seeds, and whole grains. Avoid processed foods high in saturated fats with added sugars, particularly high fructose corn syrup. All types of berries and exercise have been shown key to good mental function. ...Read more
Can you still improve in leg endurance activities like running and swimming with hypokalemia? Or does it just feel like not improving and exhaustion?
How does hypokalemia affect leg muscle endurance activities like running and swimming? With low potassium can you still build muscle?
Is it right? We can not put specific number for normal diabetes it's depend on weight and activity?
Not sure: Not sure what you are asking. Check out www.Diabeticlifestyle. Com. ...Read more
The EEG report of my 4 months baby boy is "non-specific asymmetric finding in drowsy state. However, other activities are normal.
Is it ok?
Talk to neuro: Eeg results are inscrutable. From the sounds of it, it doesn't sound very impressive, but truthfully, the neurologist will make better sense of this. Whether this is something to pay attention to, or just a normal sleepy variant, your neurologist will give you a definitive answer. ...Read more
Does sexual activity widen the window period? Would it change the outcome when testing based on a specific event that is of worry?
Rethinking Wording?: Your questions, quite frankly are getting more and more incomprehensible. Sex alone changes nothing about an HIV test. Sex that exposes you to HIV is a new exposure and thus a new testing window has to start. But, sexual activity without exposure to hvi does not in any way change the HIV exposure testing window. ...Read more
Having shooting/tearing extreme pain in waves between first and middle finger. Not during a specific activity someone said nueroma? Carpal tunnel?
Practice: Assuming you have been clear by your health professional, increase your exercise by a small percentage every week. The safest way to do it is measuring your hearth beat and keeping it in between your aerobic and anaerobic threshold. There are many ways to measure it. But the fastest and most efficient way is thru "Interval Training". A combination of aerobic and anaerobic training, Google it! ...Read more
Anything aerobic!: Sexual activity, like any aerobic activity, requires good cardiovascular conditioning (the ability of your heart and circulatory system to deliver an increased supply of oxygen-rich blood to your muscles). Any exercise that increases your heart rate, makes you breathe harder and break a sweat, will improve your endurance. ...Read more
Basics: Start with the basics like sit ups and squats. When a tv commercial comes on, get up and do some sit ups or timed squats. Planks are also simple. ...Read more
Specific: Lighter weights with many reps will help build endurance for that specific movement. Curls will not help you run longer. Being stronger in the upper body will allow you to maintain better form longer and keep you going longer (if your legs permit) by not fatiguing the upper body as quickly. Dynamic weight training will build strength over a greater range of movements. Good Luck ...Read more
Slowly and over time: The best way to improve running endurance, as defined by your ability to keep going for a half hour, hour, two hours, three hours, and beyond, is to gradually build up at an easy pace from whereever you are at. Run at a pace where you can talk, supplement with gels on longer runs, and aim for 3-4 runs a week. Hal higdon has great programs on his website (free) for runners at all levels. Good luck! ...Read more
More Info: If you are fifty and asking this question, you should get the book "Running Past Fifty" by Richard Benyo. Not sure if it is still out there, as it was published in 1998 by Human Kinetics. Is it your speed or time or distance. Only very few keep their speed past 50. Distance and time endurance take longer to achieve and maintain. Rest is critical, recovery takes much longer.(63,Level I USAT coach) ...Read more
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Two different goals?:
The best way to increase your enduance is
to run whatever you can comfortably do
and increase that amount by about 10% on a weekly basis. That will help you be able
to run further.
Now if you want to run faster, you must work on speed training.
That will involve a combination of short
sprints of about 60-90 seconds with 90% intensity and shorter 10-15 seconds
sprints at almost top speed. ...Read more
It can impair your: Endurance, because it reduces the oxygen level in your body while increasing the carbon monoxide in your body, also causes blood vessels to clamp down, causing deprivation of oxygen from muscles and other important tissues. Exercise can partially overcome those problems, but does not eliminate them. It also causes emphysema, bronchitis, heart attacks, strokes and many cancers. Plus other damage. ...Read more
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