The effectiveness of the individual approach in physical rehabilitation of men with metabolic syndrome to improve atherogenic lipid profile

Marina Yelnikova

Abstract


Purpose: evaluation of the effectiveness of individual approach in physical rehabilitation of men with metabolic syndrome based on the dynamics of the atherogenic lipid profile.

Material & Methods: theoretical analysis and compilation of scientific and methodical literature and internet providers; biochemical methods; methods of mathematical statistics. To study involved 60 men with metabolic syndrome.

Results: application of individual approach in the long-term form of rehabilitant-rehabilitation interaction at the outpatient rehabilitation stage of men with the metabolic syndrome improves lipid profile, significantly reduces total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein, triglycerides and increases high-density lipoprotein.


Keywords


metabolic syndrome; rehabilitation; individual approach; interaction; lipoproteins; man

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