– Tell me, Professor, do you do morning exercises?
– Certainly. My every day starts with twelve exercises on the study of the joints and warm up all muscle groups.
– What about running, dumbbell?
– No, these exercises I do not include in the charge.
– Do you think that they cannot help?
– On the contrary. They are very important for health, especially running. But enough for me three twenty-minute runs a week. I have them in the evenings.
Running, as well as skiing, swimming, dumbbell, is a good training, which gives me pleasure and helps to constantly be in shape, to preserve good health.
– Do the exercises – this is not a drill?
– No. Training promotes Continue reading
Prevention in CHD and complex challenge given the heterogeneity of the group of patients with CHD. It is conditionally possible to allocate prevention of congenital heart defects, prevention of adverse progression of CHD and prevention of complications of congenital heart disease.
Prevention of CHD is very complex and in most cases boils down to genetic counselling and advocacy work among the patients of the increased risk of the disease. In addition, careful observation and study of women who had contact with the rubella virus or with comorbidities that could lead to
the development of congenital heart defects.
Prevention of unfavourable development of CHD is largely confined to the timely establishment of the defect Continue reading
For untrained runners breathing while running is one of the most difficult and not very pleasant on the senses moments. In cold weather unpleasant sensations intensified: it seems like the cold air burns your throat and lungs. How to get rid of this and get the maximum benefit and pleasure from the winter run? Stop worry about your lungs, breathe and dress up!
A little about misconceptions
When the cold air begins to burn the lungs, we begin to worry that you
might catch a cold and make a sore throat or pneumonia (highly doubtful). But actually the air enters our lungs are already warmed up.
Whatever the temperature was outside, Continue reading