Efectos agudos del ejercicio en la presión arterial. Implicaciones terapéuticas en pacientes hipertensos

Autores/as

  • Pablo Álvarez Aguilar Universidad de Costa Rica

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51481/amc.v57i4.897

Palabras clave:

Ejercicio, hipertensión, hipotensión post-ejercicio

Resumen

El abordaje de la hipertensión arterial se realiza desde distintos frentes; sin embargo, el tratamiento no farmacológico puede ser subvalorado por el personal médico.

El tratamiento con ejercicio es una herramienta terapéutica que puede contribuir al control de las cifras tensionales de los pacientes hipertensos, reducir su necesidad de medicamentos, mejorar su calidad de vida, disminuir la mortalidad cardiovascular y otras comorbilidades.

El dominio de los fundamentos de prescripción de ejercicio en pacientes hipertensos es una herramienta con un alto potencial terapéutico que debería ser manejada por cualquier médico general.

En este trabajo se abordan los mecanismos fisiológicos implicados en la hipotensión post-ejercicio y las bases de la prescripción de un plan de ejercicio en pacientes hipertensos.

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Aguilar, P. Álvarez. (2015). Efectos agudos del ejercicio en la presión arterial. Implicaciones terapéuticas en pacientes hipertensos. Acta Médica Costarricense, 57(4), 163–171. https://doi.org/10.51481/amc.v57i4.897