As expected, older adults had higher resting blood pressure, greater cardiovascular stress reactivity and longer cardiovascular recovery times compared with younger adults.
What does CVR stand for?
CVR stands for Cardiovascular Recovery
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Poor cardiovascular recovery after exercise is indicative of "dysfunctional autonomic control of the cardiovascular system," the researchers write, and it predicts cardiovascular events and death.
The investigators found that higher levels of trait forgiveness were predictive of lower diastolic blood pressure at baseline and faster diastolic blood pressure recovery "Findings suggest that forgiveness may be related to overall reductions in blood pressure levels and may aid in cardiovascular recovery from stress," they wrote.
This premier pediatric facility will include the region's only pediatric cardiovascular recovery unit and a 24-hour pediatric emergency department.
The study by Ryan Brindle and Sarah Conklin, from Allegheny College in Pennsylvania looked at the effect of a daytime nap on cardiovascular recovery following a stress test and found that those participants who slept for at least 45 minutes during the day had lower average blood pressure after psychological stress than those who did not sleep.
Richardson, 72, was resting comfortably Monday in the post operative cardiovascular recovery unit after the surgery that ended at 1 am.
Korchemny suggests a routine including running, sprinting and the stairmaster to improve cardiovascular recovery time.