Comparison of high intensity interval training (HIIT) and moderate intensity continuous training (MICT) in patients with hypertension patient in terms of aerobic capacity, blood pressure level, anxiety and depression scores, quality of life, kinesiophobia levels and sleep quality measurement.
Being diagnosed with Isolated Hypertension
Being cognitively competent
Being between the ages of 35-55
Having given informed consent to participate in the study.
Clinical heart failure
Moderate or severe pulmoner disease
Symptomatic peripheral arterial disease
Unstable or severe angina
Moderate or severe valvular heart disease
Cognitive limitation unable to understand the research protocol
Pace maker presence
Congenital heart disease
Recent history of stroke
Severe musculoskeletal disease causing exercise limitation
Being unable to continue treatment (3 days a week for 4 weeks)
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