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25. Sport en aangeboren hartafwijkingen

Auteurs: A.P.J. van Dijk, B.J.M. Mulder

Gepubliceerd in: Aangeboren hartafwijkingen bij volwassenen

Uitgeverij: Bohn Stafleu van Loghum

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Inleiding

Regelmatig bewegen heeft belangrijke bewezen gezondheidseffecten. De risico’s op hart- en vaatziekten, metabool syndroom, diabetes mellitus type 2, colon- en mammacarcinoom en depressie zijn duidelijk verlaagd wanneer iemand volgens de internationaal geldende WHO-richtlijnen regelmatig beweegt. Daarnaast voelen mensen zich fitter. Volgens deze richtlijn zouden volwassenen wekelijks ten minste 150 minuten matig intensief of ten minste 75 minuten hoog intensief moeten bewegen met een minimale aaneengesloten periode van 10 minuten. Meer bewegen, tot 300 minuten/week, levert nog meer gezondheidswinst op.

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Metagegevens
Titel
Sport en aangeboren hartafwijkingen
Auteurs
A.P.J. van Dijk
B.J.M. Mulder
Copyright
2013
Uitgeverij
Bohn Stafleu van Loghum
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-368-0307-6_25