By Jon G Divine
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A complete exam from head to toe, and everything in between, is usually done; however, your physician may elect to exclude certain portions of the exam based on your health history. In most cases, though, the complete exam will be done. Almost every system is affected by high blood pressure, so plan on having an eye exam, thorough heart exam, abdominal and rectal exam, and an exam of the limbs, spine, and joints—especially if you are active. Those who spend a great deal of time outdoors or who have a fair complexion should have a head-to-toe skin exam to detect any possible skin cancers.
The sum total of resistance or total peripheral resistance (TPR) to blood flow generally decreases during exercise. An individual’s maximum exercise or work capacity is rarely limited by the body’s ability to supply blood to exercising muscle. If this is the case, why can’t we all run marathons or complete the Tour de France at blazing speeds? The limiting factor is in the muscle itself, not the blood supply. Similar to the old adage of “you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make him drink,” well-oxygenated blood reaches and passes into the muscle very well, but the muscle has only so much metabolic machinery to process the delivered oxygen.
In this example, a baker works hard to make cakes, but he burns only about 100 calories—a smaller amount than that burned in a brisk 30-minute walk. Why is this so? Because walking requires the use of many muscle groups, all of which must burn calories for fuel to sustain activity. The more muscles that are involved, the more fuel is needed. Walking faster or jogging requires even more fuel. Activity that requires a large percentage of muscle groups working at a moderate level of intensity is referred to as aerobic activity.
Action plan for high blood pressure by Jon G Divine