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Title Heart disease, the greatest threat of the hiking; how can we cope with that?
Created By Knps Date 05.19.2015

When you go on a hike in May and June when there are increased numbers of outdoor activities and temperature change is severe, you need to be extra-careful so as not to have an accident caused by heart disease.


There were 124 fatal accidents in national parks from 2010 to 2014, 60 of which were death due to heart disease, accounting for 48%.


To prevent heart disease and have a safe hiking, you need to choose trails that suit your fitness and physical health, and to do enough warm-up exercise such as stretching.


And if you feel tired, you can take a rest at a rest area in the middle of trails, not pushing ahead with the hiking with your company so as to prevent accidents.