Old people dance with taboos

Old people dance with taboos

Dancing is a wonderful enjoyment and a healthy exercise.

However, the middle-aged dance of the elderly should pay attention to the following special problems according to their own physiological characteristics.

  First, the elderly should not dance to crowded places.

Should choose the air flow, the necessary dance floor for the personnel.

  Second, it is not appropriate to skip the cardiovascular dance.

Older people have poor cardiovascular elasticity, and mad dance makes the sympathetic nerves over-excited, leading to increased breathing, increased palpitations, and sudden rise in blood pressure, which can induce or aggravate cardiovascular disease.

  Third, don’t dance full.

The elderly have poor digestive function, and full-bodied dancing can affect digestive function and lead to chronic diseases.

  Fourth, do not suddenly cool down.

Dancing may make the body sweat and thirst, so when the old man dances in the morning and evening, don’t undress at random to prevent colds and other diseases; don’t drink too much cold drink to avoid respiratory diseases caused by low temperature stimulation.

  Fifth, avoid dancing after drinking.

Alcohol can stimulate the brain, accelerate the heartbeat, expand blood vessels, and cause angina and brain accidents after drinking.

  Six, don’t wear hard bottom shoes.

The ground of the dance floor is smooth, and the old hard-soled shoes are easy to slip. It is necessary to be sprained or fractured. At the same time, the soles of the shoes have poor elasticity and the ground reaction force is also large, which is detrimental to the calf tendon and joint tissues.

  Seven, sick, don’t dance.

For people with cardiovascular disease, dancing can easily lead to high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease; kidney gas, stomach sag, prolapsed people may exacerbate symptoms due to dancing; and elderly people with otogenic vertigo, cervical syndrome and other dizziness, oftenEasy to fall, severe cases can occur fractures; older people with infectious diseases do not want to dance, so as not to infect others, but also affect their own recovery.