Influence of practice of physical exercises in reducing blood hypertension
Keywords:Physical exercise. Arterial hypertension. Pressure levels. Public health. Quality of life.
To perform a bibliographic search, demonstrating the mechanism of how the practice of physical exercises presents positive effects in the reduction of arterial hypertension. This is an integrative literature review. In order to search and select the studies, the following databases were used: Scielo, Science Direct and Pubmed, allowing the selection of 10 articles, which were published between the years 2015 and 2019. In all studies analyzed it was verified that in addition to pharmacological treatment, changes in lifestyle, as the practice of physical exercise is effective in the prevention and treatment of arterial hypertension, studies have shown that practitioners of physical activity present a greater drop in pressure levels, when compared to individuals sedentary. It is necessary to develop studies that address this theme, as a way of raising awareness that the practice of regular physical exercise has beneficial effects in reducing blood pressure.
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