Walking Final - Heart Rate: Fast walking for a few months...

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Heart Rate : Fast walking for a few months can decrease the resting heart rate by 10 to 15 beats per minutes. There is also a decrease in the exercise heart rate. Meaning you can work at the same intensity with out feeling as tired. Exercise therefore allows the heart to work more efficient. Stroke Volume : The amount of blood pumped around the body in one beat. As you exercise your stroke volume increases, mainly due to the decreased Heart Rate. Cardiac Output : Represents the amount of blood pumped by the heart in 1 minute. Cardiac output increases considerably during max exercise but it changes little during rest or sub maximal exercise. Blood Pressure : Blood pressure is a major risk factor for heart disease. Exercise is a behavioral factor that can help lower blood pressure. Heat Exhaustion : dizziness, fainting, rapid pulse and cool skin Heart Attack : Caused by a complete obstruction of blood to the bodies vital organs Risk factors for Heart disease 1. Age: 55% of heart attacks occur after the 65 years of age
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