Tagged: Heart Disease

Stomach Ulcers Patients 0

Nutritional Advice for Stomach Ulcers Patients

Stomach ulcers are sharp lumps in the stomach lining that are caused by gastritis. Stomach ulcers are a form of peptic ulcer disorder. Peptic ulcers are any ulcer that occurs inside the stomach and the small intestine. They are usually associated with excessive consumption of...

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Diabetes treatments 0

Types Of Diabetes Treatments And How To Use Them

If you have Type 2 Diabetes, you will need to join lifestyle changes with the application of medication to assist to control your blood glucose. It is not necessarily easy, but many physicians, both general practitioners and those specialized in dealing with people with diabetes...

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Symptoms of Low Blood Pressure 0

Symptoms of Low Blood Pressure – How to Treat It

Hypertension is defined as low blood pressure, defined as the force that acts on the heart to maintain it in a normal position. Hypertension, also known as low blood pressure, is the marked decrease of blood pressure that accompanies or is accompanied by other cardiovascular...

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Post Stroke Depression 0

Post Stroke Depression Frequently Asked Questions

Stroke depression is a relatively new diagnosis. Stroke refers to a blood clot in the brain that causes an imbalance of oxygen and blood flow. When the flow is out of balance, cells are deprived of oxygen and other nutrients essential for their survival. A...

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Depression and Its Common Causes 0

Depression and Its Common Causes

Up to fifteen per cent of heart attack patients and more than twenty per cent of heart patients who have had CABG surgery experience depression. If you are a heart attack survivor, your risk for depression and heart attack is greater than those of the...

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Identifying Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes is an auto-immune disease that affects how your body metabolizes sugar (glucose), and is usually an adult-onset disease. There are about twelve million people in America who have been diagnosed with diabetes and have been on medications for at least five years....

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Recognizing Symptoms Of Congestive Heart Failure 0

Recognizing Symptoms Of Congestive Heart Failure

Congestive heart failure is a very serious medical condition where the heart does not pump enough blood through the body as it should. Sometimes, the heart races too quickly to take a longer time for the blood to circulate, and then the… failure occurs. Congestive...

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Obesity and Depression 0

Obesity – Causes and Prevention

Obesity has been called the silent killer. It is considered a public health problem that has serious health, economic, social, and political implications. Obesity often leads to a variety of other health problems including diabetes, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and other diseases. Overview....

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Warning Signs of Eating Disorders 0

Warning Signs of Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are a serious mental disorder, characterised by a person’s uncontrollable appetite, excessive exercise, over-eating and body shape or weight being an unhealthy obsession of somebody in life. The person affected with eating disorders may also have mood swings, extreme binging episodes or feel...

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Multilobar Pneumonia Symptoms 0

Multilobar Pneumonia Symptoms, Cause and Treatment

Multilobar Pneumonia is a severe and often fatal pulmonary infection, caused by bacteria that become resistant to the normal antibiotics used in the treatment of other conditions, resulting in infections of varying severity. The name ‘multilobar pneumonia’ derives from the fact that the infection affects...

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Health Psychology and Pain Management 0

Connection Between Health Psychology and Pain Management

Health psychology is a discipline that studies the psychological and emotional processes associated with health, illness, and wellness. It is closely related to psychology but focuses more on the psychological aspects. Health psychology is the investigation of behavioural and emotional processes within health, illness, and...

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What Exercises Will Help You Lower Blood Pressure 2

What Exercises Will Help You Lower Blood Pressure?

Regular aerobic activity for 30 minutes or longer is thought to be successful in lowering blood pressure. Start with something you can do, such as walking, light jogging, swimming, or biking, as long as you get at least 30 minutes of exercise every day. Why...

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taying Healthy With Your Brain Power 0

Are You Staying Healthy With Your Brain Power?

There are hundreds of different foods that help the brain and many of them have been around for centuries. They have been used as gifts to the brain, for the cure for headaches, to improve memory, for those who need extra mental stimulation, and as...

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Basic Information To Make Red Velvet Cake at Home 0

Basic Information To Make Red Velvet Cake at Home

Red velvet cake has been around for generations. The red velvet was created in the late 1800s when William Bates and Richard and Rhoda Bates, two of the biggest names in the baking industry, created a recipe using red wine, eggs, butter, vanilla, and rum....

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Nutritional Values of Eating Fruits and Vegetables Daily 0

Nutritional Values of Eating Fruits and Vegetables Daily

When we think of fruits and vegetables, what types come to mind? Most people think of fruits like bananas, oranges, apples, and pineapple. However, there are many more varieties to choose from! These fruits and vegetables range in size, shape, colour, taste and other characteristics....

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Supplements That Prevent Prostate Cancer 0

Supplements That Prevent Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is prostate cancer that occurs inside the prostate gland. The prostate gland is an organ shaped roughly like a walnut that is located inside men. The prostate is also one of the commonest forms of cancer in men. It accounts for around 9%...

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