Ejercicio en prevención primaria de enfermedad cardiovascular y cáncer

  • Sandra Bibiana Avendaño Avendaño Dirección de Sanidad Policía Nacional, Colombia
  • Oscar Mauricio Álvarez Hospital Militar Central, Colombia.

Resumen

La enfermedad cardiovascular (ECV) es un trastorno que se desarrolla de manera progresiva a lo largo del proceso vital , y que con la aparición de los síntomas ya está instaurada incluso en estadios avanzados , asociada a discapacidad y perdida de funcionalidad. La enfermedad cardiovascular está directamente relacionada con diferentes factores de riesgo modificables , como tabaquismo, dieta rica en grasas saturadas, estrés, obesidad, diabetes mellitus y sedentarismo. Para este apartado dedicaremos especial interés en la importancia del ejercicio y actividad física  en la prevención primaria de ECV y los beneficios del mismo.  De igual manera el ejercicio tiene importantes beneficios en la prevención del cáncer como enfermedad crónica los cuales se describirán a profundidad en este artículo.

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Cómo citar
Avendaño Avendaño, S. B., & Álvarez, O. M. (2019). Ejercicio en prevención primaria de enfermedad cardiovascular y cáncer. Revista Med, 26(2). https://doi.org/10.18359/rmed.2919
Publicado
2019-12-16
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