Effect of Abdominal Breathing Combined with Brisk Walking on Intervention Effect of Female Patients with Essential Hypertension
Bing Zhao and
Global Journal of Health Science, 2021, vol. 13, issue 3, 76
OBJECTIVE- Exploring the intervention effect of abdominal breathing combined with brisk walking on female patients with essential hypertension. METHODS- 98 female patients diagnosed as essential hypertension were randomly divided into simple walking group and abdominal breathing combined with walking group, and the intervention effects of the two groups were compared. RESULTS- Abdominal breathing combined with brisk walking was better than brisk walking alone in BMI, systolic blood pressure, total cholesterol, low density lipoprotein and other aspects (P<0.05). CONCLUSION- Abdominal breathing combined with brisk walking exercise can improve the therapeutic effect of female patients with essential hypertension and improve their self-management ability for chronic diseases.
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