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“Isn’t it better to run?”
I was asked.
This person has palpitations, but he visited our hospital because he was told that there was no abnormality in the examination at the hospital.
He is asked by people who visit the hospital from time to time, is it better to exercise?
The answer is “it’s better not to overdo it”.
You don’t necessarily need exercise to trim your autonomic nerves.
In some cases, it may return and exacerbate the symptoms.
“Does exercise make you sick?”
“Is exercise good for you?”
If you are a healthy person, exercise is good for your body.
However, it can also be toxic for unhealthy people.
“I’m exercising because I want to be healthy, but I’m so stupid!”
People who exercise should want to be healthier than they are now.
However, exercising does not necessarily make you healthier.
Because it’s too much of a load for an unhealthy person.
What this means is that moderate exercise for a healthy person can be too much for someone with dysautonomia.
Even light running can be overkill, especially for those with heart palpitations.
Palpitations are a condition in which the autonomic nervous system of the heart is weakened.
The point is, my heart is getting weaker.
Running with a weak heart puts a higher strain on your heart than it would with a healthy one.
“Then why don’t you exercise?”
I don’t mind if you do, but please go while watching the situation.
As for how to check the situation, please keep it to the extent that it does not become exhausted after running.
People with autonomic imbalance such as palpitations will be exhausted after returning home if they push themselves a little, and they will not be able to move unless they lie down for about 2 hours.
If you put that much strain on yourself, you will destroy your body instead of improving your health.
Please set the load to the extent that you do not fall asleep after returning home, or do not breathe with your mouth open (you can breathe through your nose).
But people who want to get healthy right now have more to do than exercise.
stay in good shape
Exercise is not essential to good health, but good posture is essential.
Almost everything in the body is controlled by the autonomic nervous system.
Blood pressure, blood flow, body temperature, hormone balance, immunity, digestion, absorption, cell synthesis, etc.
It is essential to balance the autonomic nerves to become healthy, and it is the best shortcut.
Where is the autonomic nervous system?
it is in the spine.
Trim your spine directly leads to trim your autonomic nerves.
If you spend every day with a good posture, your autonomic nerves will be in place and you will be healthy.
Place your palms on your waist.
Tighten the muscles on both sides of the spine just above the palm and arch the spine (I think this spine of yours is probably sticking out, but this spine is originally curved. there is).