Author: Ma M1, Song QH1, Xu RM1, Zhang QH2, Shen GQ2, Guo YH1, Wang Y1.
1The Center of Physical Health, Henan Polytechnic University Jiaozuo 454000, Henan Province, China. 2The Lab of Human Body Science, Henan Polytechnic University Jiaozuo 454000, Henan Province, China.
Conference/Journal: Int J Clin Exp Med.
Date published: 2014 Aug 15
Other: Volume ID: 7 , Issue ID: 8 , Pages: 2309-13 , Word Count: 280
To observe the improvement effect of the treatment method of Tai Chi exercise in combination with inhalation of the air negative oxygen ions on the blood lipid indicator of the patient suffering from the hyperlipidemia.
56 patients, who are diagnosed with hyperlipidemia, are the study objects and divided into an observation group and a control group by the random number method. Each group consists of 28 patients. The patients in the control group do Tai Chi exercise for about 60 min once a day; the patients in the observation group, in addition to Tai Chi exercise, are treated by inhalation of the air negative oxygen ions. Before the treatment and after 6 months' treatment, respectively test and compare body fat content, blood lipid, blood rheology and psychological adaptation as well as other indicators for these two groups of patients.
In comparison with the ordinary materials of the patients in two groups before the treatment, it shows no significant difference, P>0.05; after they are respectively treated for 6 months, it is found that the testing indicators of the patients in two groups are improved to some extent, but those of the observation group are better. Compared with the improvement effect of the control group, the difference has statistical significance, P<0.05.
Tai Chi Exercise can improve the blood lipid indicator of the patient suffering from hyperlipidemia to some extent, however, the treatment method, in combination with inhalation of air negative oxygen ion, can obtain better effect than that of single Tai Chi exercise. Tip: the environment of the exercise plays an important intervention role in the treatment effect.
Hyperlipidemia; Tai Chi exercise; combination; negative oxygen ions; treatment effect