Tai Chi can help reduce blood lipid rate

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Tai Chi can help reduce blood lipid rate

There are many benefits of Tai Chi, and daily practice can prolong life.

A friend of Xiaobian has high blood pressure, ask Xiaobian: Can Taijiquan lower blood pressure?

After reviewing Xiaobian, I found that the answer to this question is affirmative. Let’s take a look at the expert’s statement.

銆€銆€The latest research found that tai chi can even enhance heart and lung endurance and lower limb muscle strength, high blood pressure, diabetes people can even reduce the amount of medication after 3 to 6 months of training. Experts encourage middle-aged and elderly people, and it is okay to practice Tai Chi.

This is the best fitness exercise recommended by experts for middle-aged and elderly people.

銆€銆€For middle-aged and elderly people who continue to practice Tai Chi, the reduction in cardiorespiratory strength is only half that of non-exercise, indicating that Tai Chi exercise has a protective effect on cardiorespiratory endurance of middle-aged and elderly people.

Old people often practice Tai Chi to lower blood sugar.

There are 90 middle-aged people aged 50-64 and 76 elderly people aged 65-80 years old. They are divided into Taijiquan group and non-sports substitutes. Among them, the Taijiquan group practiced Taijiquan for more than five years, and the results were measured.For those with endurance who have heart disease, middle-aged men who have the habit of punching, the maximum oxygen uptake is 29% higher than that of the same age, and the female is 15%; while the elderly who have the habit of punching, the maximum oxygen uptake is higher than that of the same age.18% to 19%.

銆€銆€Experts also pointed out that because cardiopulmonary endurance (maximum oxygen uptake) will decline with age, and after continuous tracking of these middle-aged and elderly two years, re-measurement found that middle-aged and elderly people who continue to play Tai Chi practice, heart and lung endurance decreasedThe amount is only half of the non-exercise, showing that Tai Chi exercise has a protective effect on the cardiorespiratory strength of middle-aged and elderly people.
The benefits of Tai Chi are not only to maintain cardio endurance, but also to increase body softness and reduce body fat percentage.