Heart & Blood Pressure

  1. An Ultimate Guide To Understand Heart Problems

    An Ultimate Guide To Understand Heart Problems

    The heart is a vital organ that needs attention and care for life. It is one of the most essential organs of the body which pump blood to all the parts of the body and gives the body the oxygen and nourishment it requires to keep us alive and healthy.

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  2. Understanding The Importance Of Blood Circulation

    Understanding The Importance Of Blood Circulation

    The circulatory system of the body is also known as cardiovascular system or vascular system. The cardiovascular system of the human body enables the transportation of oxygenated blood to the tissues and other organs of the human body. Circulatory system plays an important part in the functioning of the human body. 

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  3. Causes And Treatment Of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    Causes And Treatment Of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension

    When the pressure on the right side of the heart is higher than the normal level, it is considered to be a state of hypertension. Pulmonary arterial hypertension occurs when the blood vessels in the lungs are corrupted and become thick and narrow. When the heart tries to pump blood through these thick and narrow blood vessels, the pressure on the right side of the heart increases.

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  4. 5 Simple Tips To Control Blood Pressure

    5 Simple Tips To Control Blood Pressure

    In medical terms, high blood pressure is known as hypertension and it is a condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is higher than the normal. Hypertension is a long term medical condition and is associated with major risk factors for coronary artery disease, chronic kidney disease, stroke, heart failure, peripheral vascular disease etc.. Common symptoms that people experience under high blood pressure include a headache, fainting episodes, altered vision, sensation of dizziness etc.. 

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  5. Understanding Cholesterol For Healthy Heart

    Understanding Cholesterol For Healthy Heart

    Cholesterol plays an important role in human’s heart health and high cholesterol can lead to cardiovascular diseases such as stroke, coronary heart disease etc.. Cholesterol is a fat like substance that is found in the bloodstream of the body and it is required by the body to protect nerves, producing hormones, making cell membranes.; It is a type of a lipid molecule and an important lipid for some membranes.

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  6. Possible Warning Signs Of Hypertension

    Possible Warning Signs Of Hypertension

    High blood pressure is often called as the silent killer. Hypertension or high blood pressure has become a leading cause of death globally. Many researchers found that many people who suffer from high blood pressure are not even aware of it. The high pressure put a strain on the heart and the blood vessels and increases the risk of heart attack and stroke. 

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  7. 5 Tips To Keep Your Heart Super Healthy

    5 Tips To Keep Your Heart Super Healthy

    The heart is a muscular organ that pumps blood through the blood vessels of the circulatory system. It is responsible for everything that gives your body a life. Things that we do in the daily life throws a direct impact on the health of the heart. It is essential to maintain the health of the heart and reducing the risk of suffering from any cardiovascular disease.

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  8. Know About ‘Silent Heart Attack’

    Know About ‘Silent Heart Attack’

    Every year, about 735,000 Americans suffer a heart attack, as heart diseases are the leading cause of death for both men and women in the US. Most of the deaths from heart attacks are caused by ventricular fibrillation of the heart that occurs before the victim of the heart attack can reach an emergency room.

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  9. Are you aware of Malignant Hypertension?

    Are you aware of Malignant Hypertension?

    A spike in the blood pressure that develops gradually and results in something dangerous like organ damage is termed as Malignant Hypertension. This case is also called Hypertensive Emergency because a normal blood pressure is 120/80, but when it reaches to 180/120, the fatalities could emerge. 

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  10. White Coat Hypertension: Let’s know about it

    White Coat Hypertension: Let’s know about it

    A very strange condition in which the patient’s blood pressure gets elevated when he is in the presence of a medical set up i.e. around the doctor, nurse or any kind of medical atmosphere is called White Coat Hypertension. “White Coat” is referred to doctors because those types of codes are traditionally worn by them. 

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