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Hypertension: Safe Exercise Tips

Making exercise a habit can help lower your blood pressure. It also gives you more energy and is a great way to ease stress and feel better.

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Exercise and Seniors -- FamilyDoctor.org

It is safe for most adults older than 65 years of age to exercise. Even patients who have chronic illnesses such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and arthritis can exercise safely.

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Exercise and Testosterone Levels

WebMD Archive All Types of Exercise Count Endurance training and resistance training (such as weight lifting) both boost testosterone levels briefly, Schroeder says. Lifting weights or doing other strength-training workouts has a bigger effect on your testosterone, Schroeder says.

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Exercise Muscle Groups | HealthyWomen

Yes, you should make sure you work complementary muscle groups to ensure uniform development of the body. Bad posture is only one of several issues you can experience by not doing so.

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Most cases heal on their own if you follow a few guidelines from your doctor. Eating Disorders for Parents Eating disorders are common among teens and kids, especially young women.

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Stretching Before Exercise

June 6, 2000 (Indianapolis) -- Stretching before exercise does not reduce the risk of injury, according to one sports medicine expert. But, he says, stretching at other times may be beneficial.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis and Exercise

Arthritis exercises can safely provide pain relief and build muscle strength. When joints are stiff and painful, exercise might be the last thing on your mind.

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Water Exercise for Seniors

"Over a period of time," she says, "people see things like a decrease in pain, improved daily function, and improved perceived quality of life." Even people who don't have access to a local pool can enjoy these benefits.

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(Ver resultados 431 a 440) Delayed Puberty for Teens Concerned about your growth or development? Luckily, doctors usually can help teens with delayed puberty to develop more normally.

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Exercise and Headaches

When you exercise, or exert yourself physically, the muscles of the head, neck, and scalp need more blood to circulate. This causes the blood vessels to swell, which can lead to a condition called exertional headaches.

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Kids and Exercise

When most adults think about exercise, they imagine working out in the gym, runningon a treadmill, or lifting weights. But for kids, exercise means playing and being physically active.

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Sports, Exercise, and Diabetes

And pro golfers Kelli Kuehne and Michelle McGann don't putt like the folks at your local mini golf, either. The muscles need more energy during exercise, so the body releases extra sugar, or glucose.

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