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HEALTH EDUCATION

EXERCISE
PREPARED BY
UMMAH PUTERI
ASHVIN KAUR
THANGESWARY
DARSHINI BAI
NURUL AINA

INTRODUCTION
Physical exercise
Flexibility exercise
Aerobic exercise
Anaerobic exercise
Mental exercise

GOALS AND BENEFITS


There are many benefits such as
Improve mood
Reduce chronic disease
Reduce weight
Boost energy level
Promote sleep
Improve memory
Longevity
Increase muscles and bone strength
Family activity

BODYS RESPONSE
Brain become active when exercise
Controlled blood glucose level
Hormonal response
Heart rate increases
Increases muscle and bone strength
Energetic response
Muscle contraction

EXERCISE AND MENTAL


HEALTH
Treat mild and moderate depression
Lower tension and anger
Reduce anxiety
Positive self esteem
Promote restful sleep

EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON AGING


PROCESS
The 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 60year 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.

ASSESSMENT
Fitness 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

INTERVENTION
Attempt by someone to seek for help
The intervention in sports equipment is
Balls football
Flying disk disc golf
Nets-tennis,volleyball,badmintons
Racquets-tennis,squash,badminton
Sticks,bats,clubs- hockey, lacrosse
Wickets and bases-cricket, baseball

Next is exercise equipment which is:


Exercise balls- Pilates ball
medicine ball
Weight- Bulgarian bags, dumbbells, medicine
balls, kettle balls sand bells and barbells

CONCLUSION
Exercising 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

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