HEALTH EDUCATION EXERCISE
HEALTH EDUCATIONEXERCISEPREPARED BYUMMAH PUTERIASHVIN KAURTHANGESWARYDARSHINI BAINURUL AINA
INTRODUCTIONPhysical exercise Flexibility exercise Aerobic exercise Anaerobic exerciseMental exercise
GOALS AND BENEFITSThere are many benefits such asImprove moodReduce chronic diseaseReduce weightBoost energy levelPromote sleepImprove memoryLongevityIncrease muscles and bone strength Family activity
BODYS RESPONSEBrain become active when exerciseControlled blood glucose levelHormonal responseHeart rate increasesIncreases muscle and bone strengthEnergetic responseMuscle contraction
EXERCISE AND MENTAL HEALTHTreat mild and moderate depressionLower tension and angerReduce anxietyPositive self esteemPromote restful sleep
EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON AGING PROCESSThe pumping capacity of the heart decreases as you age, forcing your heart rate to rise. This diminishes the bodys efficiency in processing oxygen. Active people have lower heart rates and experience only one-third the aerobic decline of sedentary people. At age 25, the lungs are most efficient with capability peaking at a higher level for those who are active. But a 60-year old who exercise often have higher oxygen uptake levels than sedentary 20-year olds. While body weight changes minimally in old age, body fat increases with much of it shifting from extremities to the abdominal areas where it can contribute to hypertension and heart trouble. Exercise reduces body fat and lowers blood pressure.
Exercise enhances blood flow to the brain reducing stroke risk. It also improves cognitive processing. When older people are tested for reasoning skills and memory, the best scores belong to the most active. The central nervous system declines with age, evidenced by slower reaction times and muscles which do not move as quickly. But regular exercise arouses the brain and halts this slide. Older people who are active often have faster muscular movement than younger people who are sedentary.The strength and size of your muscles decrease by about 1% a year beginning in your 30s. With aerobic exercise, the decline doesnt start until your 60s.
ASSESSMENTFitness is to establish air-base line of your current fitness and help determine what sorted of exercise you safely perform.This assessment include measurement of your blood pressure and your heart rate, strength, flexibility, body composition, cardiovascular endurance, exercise history goals and interest
INTERVENTIONAttempt by someone to seek for helpThe intervention in sports equipment is Balls footballFlying disk disc golf Nets-tennis,volleyball,badmintonsRacquets-tennis,squash,badmintonSticks,bats,clubs- hockey, lacrosseWickets and bases-cricket, baseball
Next is exercise equipment which is:Exercise balls- Pilates ball medicine ballWeight- Bulgarian bags, dumbbells, medicine balls, kettle balls sand bells and barbells
CONCLUSIONExercising is good for health and reduces many diseases such as hearth disease and stroke, high blood pressure, non insulin dependent diabetes, obesity, back pain, osteoporosis and psychological