The benefits of power cycling in preventing stroke
by Vy Nhat on Jun 08, 2023
Stroke is one of the most dangerous diseases today and has a high mortality rate. A stroke is also known as a cerebrovascular accident. It occurs when there is an interruption of blood supply to the brain or a blood vessel in the brain bursts, resulting in insufficient oxygen supply to the brain. If after a few minutes there is not enough blood and oxygen, brain cells gradually die.
Stroke occurs at any age, young or old, male or female. In the past, stroke was a disease of old age because the elderly had a higher risk of disease than the young. But now the number of young people with this disease is increasing. Recently there has been a lot of news about young people dying from strokes. Statistics show that 10% of stroke patients are under 44 years old.
I. Causes of stroke
There are many causes of stroke, but the most common are the effects of medical factors such as:
- History of stroke: People who have had a stroke have a high risk of recurrence, especially in the first month after the first stroke. This risk decreases over time.
- Cardiovascular: The heart is the place that pumps blood throughout the body, so if you have heart disease, it will reduce the heart's ability to circulate blood, leading to the risk of stroke.
- Blood pressure: High blood pressure due to increased blood pressure on the arterial system. High blood pressure causes blood vessels to be blocked by blood clots, making it difficult for blood to flow. Leads to a high risk of stroke.
- Obesity: People who are overweight or obese are prone to diseases such as blood fat, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Increases the risk of stroke.
- Diabetes: High blood sugar will cause atherosclerosis to develop, leading to blockage of blood vessels, causing stroke.
- Unhealthy living habits: unhealthy eating, regular smoking, drinking alcohol, staying up late, etc. are all habits that increase the risk of stroke.
Keep your mind in a relaxed state, avoid strong emotions, anger.
To reduce the risk of stroke, you should regularly exercise, relax mentally. Power-assisted cycling is one of the fitness activities that meet the needs of both health training and mental relaxation.
- The benefits of power cycling in preventing stroke
1. The effect of power-assisted cycling
Power-assisted cycling is a popular sport. Cycling helps to increase blood circulation in the body, making the heart stronger, contributing to preventing the risk of stroke.
In addition, power-assisted cycling also brings many benefits to the body and mind such as increasing resistance, strength training, helping joints become healthy, body more flexible, mental relaxation, reduce stress. Research shows that stress is also a risk factor for stroke.
You should ride a bicycle for about 30 minutes a day, try to cycle regularly, don't be lazy, but also don't pedal too hard to avoid bad effects on muscles and bones. For those who want to lose weight, you can gradually increase the cycling time, about 30-60 minutes a day.
Equip yourself with a mountain bike or a sports bike or even a normal bike to exercise. Let's prevent stroke together before it's too late.
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- Nutritional supplements
In addition to exercise, the addition of nutrients to the body also contributes to reducing the risk of stroke.
Eating fruits helps provide many vitamins and minerals for the body. Add fiber and vitamins from vegetables. Grains and seeds provide a lot of fiber and other nutrients, bringing many benefits to the heart and blood pressure. Some cereals support fat loss, weight loss.
Limit unhealthy fats, fried foods, greasy fried foods, fast foods. Do not eat a lot of sweets, foods that contain a lot of sugar.
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