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Advances in the Study of Exercise Compliance in Essential Hypertension

Ruochen Jiang, Hui Zhang, Jie Rong, Yongmei Yan


Hypertension remains an important risk factor for death from cardiovascular disease to date, and prevention and control of hypertension has become a core strategy to curb the epidemic of cardiovascular disease. A large numberĀ of domestic and international studies have fully demonstrated that exercise therapy can ideally control hypertension and delay the progression of hypertensive disease, while improving the health status of patients and Therefore, exercise therapy has become one of the most important tools in the six-part process of antihypertensive However, most studies have shown that the current status of exercise in hypertensive patients is not optimistic, and the problem of low adherence to exercise needs to be addressed. Therefore, this paper describes the factors influencing exercise compliance and interventions in patients with essential hypertension, aiming to summarize the experience of exercise for hypertensive patients, improve their exercise compliance,and control hypertension more effectively.


Essential Hypertension; Exercise Therapy; Exercise Compliance; Integration of Sports and Medicine

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