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Coronary heart disease, exercise, and motivation in middle-aged males

Coronary heart disease, exercise, and motivation in middle-aged males

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Middle aged men -- Psychology,
  • Coronary heart disease -- Prevention,
  • Exercise for men,
  • Motivation (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Martha G. Hanson.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationix, 192 leaves
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13552521M
    OCLC/WorldCa3855547

      Despite the growth in knowledge about coronary heart disease (CHD) risk factors, and the advances made in preventing and treating them, the incidence of CHD is still notably quite high. Research has concentrated on the physiological factors that present risks for CHD, but there is an increasing amount of evidence for the connection of mental health, personal traits and by: 8. Most middle-aged adults have 70 hours a week for leisure time. Average middle-aged person watches 15 hours of TV per week. Adults spend about 6 hours a week socializing. Some turn to charity, or community organizations. Life is faster-paced in the U.S. than in many other countries, with the exception of Japan and Western European countries.

    Over the past 25 years, the United States has experienced a steady decline in the age-adjusted death toll from cardiovascular disease (CVD), primarily in mortality from coronary heart disease and stroke. Despite this decline, coronary heart disease remains the leading cause of death and stroke the third leading cause of death (8). position and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke in middle age: a life course study of male conscripts. Submitted. IV. Falkstedt, D & Hemmingsson, T. Educational attainment and cardiovascular disease among middle-aged Swedish men: a study of potential confounding from factors in childhood and adolescence. by: 1.

    Excess weight causes your heart to work harder and increases the risk for heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and high cholesterol. Exercising regularly and eating smaller portions of nutrient-rich foods may help you maintain a healthy weight. Learn the warning signs of a heart attack and stroke. - Explore LoneStarKetoGirl's board "Exercise & health", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Exercise, Workout, Fitness tips pins.


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Coronary heart disease, exercise, and motivation in middle-aged males Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Coronary heart disease, exercise, and motivation in middle-aged males. [Martha G Hanson]. Evidence from epidemiologic studies indicates that the same factors that are associated with increased risk of coronary heart disease (CHD) in middle-aged people are relevant in.

J Am Coll Cardiol. Jan;7(1) Exercise: a risk for sudden death in patients with coronary heart disease. Cobb LA, Weaver Coronary heart disease.

Although sudden arrhythmic death is usually unrelated to exertion, there is more than anecdotal evidence that strenuous exercise in patients with coronary heart disease carries an additional risk for sudden death.

When cardiac arrest has been observed after Cited by:   People with an optimal risk-factor profile also had lower lifetime risks of fatal coronary heart disease or nonfatal MI (% vs % among men. Exercise for Coronary Heart Disease Patients Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the American College of Cardiology 70(14) October with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Prev Med. Jan;13(1) Exercise in the prevention of coronary heart disease. Paffenbarger RS Jr, Hyde RT. Epidemiological studies have left no doubt as to the existence of a strong inverse relationship between physical exercise and coronary heart disease (CHD) by: In our asymptomatic population with negative exercise test findings, it is not probable that coronary artery disease influenced exercise tolerance.

However, the time sequence is not clear, and a longitudinal follow-up study should be done to determine whether subjects with poorer aerobic fitness would show more progression of coronary Cited by: Continued adverse trends in coronary heart disease mortality among blacks, – Public Health Rep.

; – Medline Google Scholar; 18 Barnett E, Halverson J. Disparities in premature coronary heart disease mortality and motivation in middle-aged males book region and urbanicity among black and white adults ages 35–64, – Public Health Rep.

; Cited by: In patients with coronary heart disease, a 3-month program of exercise conditioning significantly reduced the exercise angina threshold, suggesting an increased myocardial O2 supply [6]. Medical professionals have long understood the importance of using exercise to maintain heart health, but the results of a recent study published in the medical journal Circulation show that the link is even more powerful than previously known.

According to the results, regular courses of certain types of exercise actually have the ability to reverse signs of heart disease for patients who are. Exercising regularly is a key strategy in preventing heart the story doesn’t end there.

A growing number of statistics link physical activity and reduced risk of cardiovascular : Robin Madell. We used data from the British Regional Heart Study to find out whether middle-aged or elderly men should be advised to begin or to increase physical activity in later life.

We studied the association between physical activity in older men, all-cause mortality, and the incidence of coronary heart by: - Coronary heart disease (CHD), also known as coronary artery disease is a narrowing of the blood vessels (coronary arteries) that supply oxygen and blood to the heart.

Coronary heart disease is a major cause of illness and death. The risk of developing the disease increases with age.

More males are affected than females. See more ideas about Heart disease, Health and Blood vessels pins. The evidence of the effects of physical activity on reducing risk factors for CHD.

In addition to providing direct protection against CHD, physical activity provides indirect protection through its influence on other risk factors including high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes by: Currently, overweightness and obesity are the biggest health problem faced in the twenty‐first century.

The major causes of this problem are lack of physical activity and excessive consumption of processed food. Individuals who are overweight typically show abnormal cardiovascular function, and obesity is an independent risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, such as hypertension, heart Author: Yati N.

Boutcher. Introduction. Death from coronary artery disease (CAD) has been until recently considered rare in Nigeria. We present a report of a study of CAD with its predisposing cardiovascular (CVD) risk factors in South South Nigeria.

Methods. We examined the autopsy reports of coroner cases and 41 consecutive clinically diagnosed cases of ischemic heart disease seen in South South Nigeria.

Cited by: 5. Coronary heart disease is now the leading cause of death worldwide. An estimated million men and million women die each year from CHD 1. In developed countries heart disease is the leading cause of death in men and women 2.

In Europe CHD accounts for an estimated million deaths each year 4. CHD is the most common cause of deaths in. Coronary heart diseaseIncidence increased progressively with increasing body mass index. After age and the lifestyle factors were adjusted for, the overall trend in relative risk of coronary heart disease was significant, although the risk increased significantly only at an index of and above compared with the baseline by:   Population levels of habitual activity have probably contributed to both the recent epidemic of cardiovascular disease and its waning.

Evidence supporting the exercise hypothesis can be drawn from comparisons of individuals with differing levels of occupational and leisure activity. Both suggest that regular, endurance-type activity may halve the incidence of cardiac morbidity and by:   Coronary heart disease (CHD) is a set of syndromes that includes angina pectoris (comprising stable, unstable, and variant, or Prinzmetal's, angina), ischemic heart disease, and myocardial infarction (MI) CHD is the most common cause of death worldwide accounting for over 7 million deaths per year (approximately 45 of the total number of /5.

Obesity in middle age -- even without established cardiovascular disease risk factors such as high blood pressure or high cholesterol levels -- greatly increases risk of hospitalization for and.Joint British recommendations on prevention of coronary heart disease in clinical practice.

Heart ;80 (suppl 2):S1-S Shaper A, Wannamethee S, Walker M. Body weight: implications for the prevention of coronary heart disease, stroke, and diabetes mellitus in a cohort study of middle aged men. BMJ ;Coronary heart disease (CHD) is the most common cause of death, followed by stroke [1].

The care of patients with acute myocardial infarction has been improved by new drugs, rapid treatment in the acute phase and the widespread introduction of routine coronary angiography, often followed by percutaneous coronary intervention.