CARDIO THERAPY consists of EXERCISES FOR RECOVERY AND HEART HEALTH AND THESE ARE:
This fulfills the two basic needs of the heart - for activity and relaxation.
The goal of this training is to maintain cardiovascular endurance and prolong the phase of quality relaxation, which is of general importance for both the body and the psyche.
Physical exercises are professional exercises, of moderate intensity, a certain pace and order of performance.
Relaxation techniques consist of deep breathing techniques and progressive muscle relaxation techniques and deep relaxation techniques (by type of autogenic training).
Intentional and conscious breathing stimulates vital forces and processes in the body. By the method of deep relaxation, we connect the physical sensations in the body caused by strong emotions of fear and anxiety with the deeper contents of our being - feelings and thoughts.
EXERCISES AFTER HEART ATTACK, MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION - FOR HEART RECOVERY
CARDIO EXERCISES - Therapeutic exercises are classified, concerning the load on the cardio-pulmonary system, from lighter to heavier. Each of these groups contains some of the relaxation exercises, breathing exercises and physical-dynamic exercises for the extremities and torso, with and without resistance.
WALKING EXERCISES - a certain rhythm and duration, in combination with stretching exercises (from foreign rehabilitation programs)
RELAXATION TECHNIQUES - are done separately. Relaxation is part of therapy and recovery after a heart attack. Shaking off the accumulated stress from yourself and getting the body used to rest is one of the most important human needs.
EXERCISES FOR REDUCING BLOOD PRESSURE (HYPERTENSION AND SCLEROSIS) - FOR THE PREVENTION OF HEART DISEASES
They consist of four sets of exercises - programs with performance in a sitting or standing position, moderate tension of all muscle groups, dosed strength and speed of movement, breathing exercises.
Deep relaxation techniques and other relaxation techniques. The tense body is stiff and painful. In that way, the body sends the message that it is not ready to face a life situation that is, at that moment, too demanding for it. Effective methods for relaxing tension and pressure in muscles, nerves, emotions and thoughts, for learning to cope with stressful situations (antistress exercises). They are also applicable to other psychosomatic disorders.
Exercises take place under expert guidance. They are intended for those who are allowed in rehabilitation treatment. Like everyone else, more or less healthy people who want to improve and increase their quality of life.
Cardiotherapy reduces the irritation of the nervous system, ie. excessive adrenaline production characteristic of any stressful situation; the emotional stability of the patient increases because, thus, aggression and depression decrease and the desire for life and work increases.