Paresis (muscle weakness) is a is a key physical impairment in neurological conditions limiting mobility. Resistance training has been found to improve muscle strength and functional performance when added to functional exercises.
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs), particularly cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and cancer, cost the Malaysian economy upwards of RM8.91 billion, equivalent to about 0.65 per cent of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), said Health director-general Tan Sri Dr Noor Hisham Abdullah. The Malaysian government has taken on this challenge by implementing the National Strategic Plan for Non - Communicable Disease 2016 - 2025 as well as associated national strategies and plans aimed at reducing risk factors for NCDs.
HUR Exercise Solutions allow workouts to be conducted safely. Pneumatics allow less load on the joints, while working out muscle equivalent to conventional weights. Increments of 0.1kg also allow gradual increase in intensity after every set, and programs set on the HUR SmartTouch would allow progressive and regular training.
Research has shown that endurance exercise promotes the production of an antioxidant called extracellular superoxide dismutase (EcSOD) that breaks down the free radical superoxide outside of the cells. Studies have provided proof-of-principle evidence that delivery of the EcSOD gene or protein to elevate the amount of EcSOD in the blood and vital organs may be an effective intervention for protection of the lungs and other vital organs against damages caused by ARDS and multiple organ failure.
CAD is a disease caused by plaque building up along the inner walls of the coronary arteries. Arteries becomes narrow and blood flow to the heart reduces causing ischemia.
HUR cardiac rehabilitation concept helps the rehabilitation professionals to provide the best practice of exercise as medicine based on the latest international treatment guidelines to promote CAD patient to regular weekly habitual physical activities and exercise training regimen.