Part I: Pulse Rate Take your pulse at the wrist, as described on the Work Out tab of 4.02, and record it below. Your count for 30 seconds __35_ x 2 = _70__ bpm Count again for 1 minute only = _70__ bpm Part II: Resting Heart Rate (RHR) Record your heart rate for an equivalent of a minute. Do not eat for two hours prior to taking your resting heart rate. Sit or lay down for at least 30 minutes before taking resting heart rate. An ideal time to take your resting pulse is immediately after waking from a night's sleep.
1.1 State occupational health and safety guidelines in relation to using keyboards: The health and safety guidelines under the act ‘The Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974’ state that the keyboard should be straight in front and that there is space for your wrists. The symbols on the computer should be easy to read. The company must follow this by law to keep the employers happy. The company most also have a health and safety officer.
Part I: Pulse Rate Take your pulse at the wrist, as described on the Work Out tab of 4.02, and record it below. Your count for 30 seconds 53 x 2 = 106 bpm | Count again for 1 minute only = 98 bpm | Part II: Resting Heart Rate (RHR) a. a. Record your heart rate for an equivalent of a minute b. b. Do not eat for two hours prior to taking your resting heart rate. c. c. Sit or lay down for at least 30 minutes before taking resting heart rate.
Drawers must be closed when not in use. 2 Close cupboard doors after use. Falling objects 1 Heavy files or boxes must be stored on lower shelves. Desk chairs 1 Chairs must be comfortable to avoid back ache. Computer monitors 1 Monitors must be at an angle to avoid eye strain and headaches and in need provide ant- glare screens.
True b. False 8. In resistance training, the term used for the test of the amount of weight you can lift only once is a. overload principle b. maximal oxygen uptake c. repetition maximum d. specific intensity 9. As a caution before you begin an exercise program, you should: a. wear a heart rate monitor b. take out extra health insurance c. get a spotter to help you train with heavy weights d. complete a medical history questionnaire to identify any problems 10. The most recent recommendation from the National Academies of Science Institute of Medicine in which to maintain cardiovascular health at a maximal level, regardless of weight, adults and children should spend a total of at least ___ each day in moderately intense physical activity.
6. The article states to start treatment within 48 hours of onset of symptoms. It also says to stay home to minimize spread, rest, avoid visiting surgeries and hospitals where people are more vulnerable, avoid dehydration, eat healthily, and self administer appropriate doses of ibuprofen based pain killers or cold remedies to lower and regulate their temperature and relieve symptoms. Aspirin is not advised to be used. Most of the points in the article my doctor educated me on, except visiting hospitals and she didn’t emphasize eating
Lastly, hidden underneath the leather covering the backrest and seat are round, electrically operated pads which enable the user of the chair to have a massage. Sofas’R’Us now seeks your advice as to whether it might have any cause of action under the CDPA in respect of each of the following: (a) a mattress which has round, electrically operated massage pads; (b) a typist’s
Height: 64.2 inches Weight: 103.87 pounds Recommended weight for height: 114.92 pounds Resting heart rate: 78 beat per minute Blood pressure: 96/71 From these data I deduced that I didn’t reach the criteria health condition, so I think I need to play more sports, choose nutritional food and start to sleep on time. Do more exercises can stimulate brain chemical that often leave me feel both happier and more relaxed. Eating a healthy diet as well as exercising can lead to better physique, so I may also feel better about my appearance, which can improve my confidence and self-esteem. Eating right and exercising regularly can also help me maintain a healthy weight. And we all know that sleep well can reduces stress and improves memory function.
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