exertion


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energetic physical action

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Responses to these questions were dichotomized into Often/ Always and Never/Seldom/Sometimes, to indicate frequent or infrequent exertion or standing, respectively.
Level of exertion, dyspnoea, maximum oxygen consumption and body mass index were assessed and documented at baseline (0 week) and at the completion of intervention (after 25 weeks).
Jef Geys, a sports physiotherapist and osteopath with fifteen years of research and experience working with special forces in Belgium's military, writes that these symptoms, and many others not usually associated with fatigue, are signs that your body is not recuperating from the stress caused by time pressures, daily responsibilities, and physical exertion.
With a health risk category in the "Very High" range or above, children, the elderly and persons with existing heart or respiratory illnesses are advised to reduce physical exertion and outdoor activities to a minimum or avoid such activities.
A static, or isometric, exertion is one during which no movement occurs at the joint, while a dynamic exertion results in lengthening (eccentric exertion) or shortening (concentric exertion) of the muscle (Tortora & Derrickson, 2009).
Excessive physical exertion and anger/emotion upset are potential triggers for a first heart attack, according to a 2016 study using data from the INTERHEART study.
It may feel good to vent frustrations on a punching bag or pour outrage into weight-lifting session, but researchers warn engaging in heavy physical exertion while angry or upset could trigger a heart attack.
He had been trying to take lead off the roof, which is very heavy, so in the period before he collapsed he had undergone physical exertion.
High-level exertion elicits muscle fatigue, which is characterized by a failure to generate the required force/power output for a given task (Fitts, 1994; Phinyoomark et al.
Health advice states adults and children with lung problems, and adults with heart problems, should reduce physical exertion.
Breathlessness on exertion and also at night when you lie down, a feeling of heaviness in the centre of your chest on exertion, a family history of heart disease.
A report issued by an Institute of Medicine committee has proposed that the condition commonly known as "chronic fatigue syndrome" be renamed "systemic exertion intolerance disease," or SEID.
She reported chest tightness and shortness of breath on exertion.
Iron supplementation improved women's exercise performance in terms of both the highest level they could achieve at 100 per cent exertion and their exercise efficiency at a sub-maximal exertion,' said lead researcher Sant-Rayn Pasricha from the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health.