If you have heart disease, it is important to be aware of the precautions you should take when exercising. It can be easy for someone with a heart condition to push themselves too hard and end up in the hospital.
This blog post will discuss what people with heart disease should observe before starting an exercise program, how to tell if your body is ready for exercise, and other helpful information related to physical activity.
Check with your doctor before you start an exercise program. Your physician will know what physical activities are right for you and how much activity is appropriate. Not everyone who has heart disease can safely participate in the same types of exercises. Know your limits, talk to a professional beforehand, and set attainable goals!
It can be challenging to tell if a certain workout would put strain on the body or not; it’s hard to forecast exactly how each individual will respond when exercising due to different histories, genetics, diet, fitness level (baseline) etc. If something feels off during an exercise session – take care of yourself by slowing down/taking a break/calling 911 instead of pushing through it., It’s safe