Exercise effects of heart rate
Kara, Abby, Ankita, Autumn
Exercising helps improve heart health and can also reverse some heart disease risk factors. The heart becomes stronger as a result of exercise, so it pumps more blood through the body. The resting heart rate of those who exercise is slower. A person who exercises often has the lowest risk for heart disease, therefore exercise is beneficial. Light to moderate exercise is also beneficial for the people with heart disease. However, anyone with heart disease or cardiac risk factors should seek medical advice before beginning a workout program. Exercising helps in cholesterol and fat levels, reducing inflammation in the arteries, helping weight loss programs, and helping to keep blood vessels flexible and open.
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