Exercise To Maintain Hemoglobin Level In The Body

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Hemoglobin is an essential protein found in the red blood cell. These proteins are responsible for regulating oxygen through the body. The primary function of the hemoglobin is to transport oxygen from lungs to the body tissues. The oxygen transported by hemoglobin is important for living cells to function properly. The iron-rich protein is also carried away carbon dioxide away from the cells.

In this regard, it is important to maintain the normal level of hemoglobin to lead a healthy life. The normal level of hemoglobin in adult men is 14 to 18 g/dl while 12 to 16 g/dl for adult women. You can also maintain the hemoglobin levels with the help of exercises.

Here are the top exercises to maintain the hemoglobin levels:

Whenever possible swap drive with walking. The regular walking will escalate the cell production and haemoglobin. If you want to avail more benefits consider power walking. Moreover, use stairs instead of the escalator or lift.

 Jogging or running
The jogging will make you sweat more and also protect your heart. The jogging will boost the production of blood cells and increase haemoglobin levels. Also, practice stretch before and after jogging or running.

Cycling is very effective exercise to maintain the haemoglobin levels. The exercise will not strain your body. To avail maximum benefits you can change the intensity levels.

Swimming is a low-impact exercise that enhances the heart rate and also improves the endurance. While swimming your body will make more blood cells.

Apart from the exercise, you should consume foods which are a rich source of iron. Fish beans, nuts, cooked spinach, avocado, dates and meat are loaded with iron. Also, increase the intake capacity of Vitamin C for proper absorption of iron in the body. Meanwhile, your doctor may have iron supplements but an exercise is always a good option.

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