Physical examination Should I exercise? Many of you want to exercise to lose weight. but running and my heart trembles exhausted When he stopped running, he had a blackout. Exhausted for several days.
Step 1 Examine yourself if you have experienced any of these symptoms.
1. Tight, heavy nipples in the chest with ruptures to the nape, jaw, and arms during exertion such as climbing stairs, lifting objects, straining the stool, or while exercising. or even while not exerting.
2. Tired more than usual, panting, difficulty breathing while not exerting or even a little exertion
3. Dizziness or unconsciousness
4. Lie down and get tired. need to sleep In addition, both legs and ankles were swollen.
5. Feel your heart beating fast, fast, irregular, or beating irregularly
6. Pain or cramping in the calf when walking even a short distance
If you have any of the 6 symptoms mentioned above See your doctor for a checkup to determine the cause of your symptoms before exercising. or before returning to exercise again If you stop exercising for a while If none of the above 6 symptoms are present, continue with step 2.
Step 2: Explore your current physical fitness.
You did exercise, such as brisk walking, running, biking, swimming, or doing other activities that make you feel moderately tired (Moderate Intensity Exercise), along with counting your heart rate. The heart rate is 40 – 60 percent of the maximum heart rate. (Maximum heart rate is calculated by the formula 220 – age, for example 40 years old will be 220 – 40 = 180 beats / min.)
Step 3 Explore the heart and circulatory system. whether you have Have you ever had any of these conditions?
1. Acute ischemic heart disease
2. Cardiac surgery, coronary artery catheterization
or dilating the coronary arteries
3. using a pacemaker
4. abnormal heart valve disease
5. congestive heart failure
6. heart replacement surgery
7. congenital heart
disease 8. diabetes
9. kidney disease