Arterial Hypertension and Physical Activity
Scientific evidence suggests that there is a mutual relationship between blood pressure and physical activity. On one hand, a high blood pressure may adversely affect exercise performance, on the other dynamic exercise training seems to contribute to the control of blood pressure. These relationships between pressure and activity will be explored in this review.
KeywordsHypertensive Patient Target Organ Damage Peak Oxygen Uptake Hypertensive Heart Disease Maximal Aerobic Power
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