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2018/08/14 Promote cardiopulmonary function

Health Improvement Project

The cardio-pulmonary function declines as people age, causing weaker cardiac contractility, lower cardiac output and vascular elasticity.

Aerobic exercise
Aerobic exercise can improve cardio-pulmonary function, lower blood pressure, blood lipid level and glucose, increase insulin sensitivity by improving blood glucose, blood lipid level, as well as endocrine system regulatory function. 

Long term persistent aerobic exercise can lower the incidence risk of coronary heart diseases, strokes, type-2 diabetes and tumors. In addition, it prevents osteoporosis, improves joint function, alleviates pain, and promotes longevity.
 

Periodic Acceleration Training
Periodic Acceleration Training can help to increase the Nitrogen monoxide (NO) to cause vasodilatation in the central nervous system, peripheral vascular system and cardiac sinus, which in turn lowers the blood pressure. On the other hand, Vertical rhythmic exercise can assist the fiber degradation ability in the blood vessel, reducing blood clots and thrombosis.
 
Periodic Acceleration exercise can induce abdominal breathing via diaphragm movement, elevating lung respiration volume.
 
It is a safe and easy sustainable passive exercise for elderly in terms of fitness training. Through remote control adjustment, as well as designs in couch, sofa, bed and accessibility platforms, this mode of exercise is suitable for elderly with special requirements.