Thursday, December 5, 2019

Insulin Resistance May Be Responsible For Higher Risk Of Heart Attack


Insulin Resistance May Be Responsible For Higher Risk Of Heart Attack    




This Replaces LDL, The Bad Cholesterol, As The Main Cause    




The traditional way to prevent cardiovascular diseases has been lowering the level of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C), also known as “bad cholesterol”. This has been done with the prescription of statins, which are the most commonly prescribed drugs. However, recent studies have shown no difference between patients with and without statin prescriptions. On the other side, new theories suggest that the cause is insulin resistance, which is the response to insulin, which affects, blood pressure, type 2 diabetes, and fatty liver, which is known as “metabolic syndrome”. This has been backed up with a high correlation between the numbers of patients with a heart attack that also metabolic syndrome. Additional details click here.



 

Sleep Apnea, Dizziness And Shortness Of Breath Can Be Signs Of Heart Disease


Sleep Apnea, Dizziness And Shortness Of Breath Can Be Signs Of Heart Disease    




Also Swelling In The Legs And Changes In Skin Color    




There are signs that may lead to her disease. Among them is sleep apnea, which lowers the oxygen flow to the brain, telling the heart to work harder, and resulting in hypertension. Also, blood specs under the nails can be a symptom of an infection of the lining and the valves of the heart and also diabetes. Dizziness might mean that there is a poor blood flow to the brain, caused by arrhythmia. Shortness of breath can be another sign of heart failure. Check all the signs of heart disease. More Information click here.



 

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Artificial Sweeteners May Be Responsible For Weight Gain, And A Higher Risk Of Heart Disease


Artificial Sweeteners May Be Responsible For Weight Gain, And A Higher Risk Of Heart Disease    




Aspartame And Saccharin May Have An Adverse Effect On Glucose Control    




Researchers have found that artificial sweeteners might not be healthy at all. Saccharin and aspartame have been linked to weight gain and an increase in the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, and diabetes. Also, they found no relation between artificial sweeteners and weight loss. According to the research, non-nutritive sweeteners may have adverse effects on appetite control and glucose metabolism. Click here for more details.



 

Dehydration Can Result In Headaches And High Blood Pressure


Dehydration Can Result In Headaches And High Blood Pressure    




Most Body Functions Depend On A Proper Hydration    




Dehydration affects most body processes, such as nutrient transportation, temperature regulation, and skin health, among others. Its main symptoms are headaches and nausea. Therefore, it is important to carry a bottle of water, especially in hot climates. Failure to hydrate properly can lead to more serious conditions, such as depression, allergies, high blood pressure and can also affect mental clarity. Additional info click here.



 

Determining The Number Of Sleep Hours To Lower The Risk Of Heart Disorder


Determining The Number Of Sleep Hours To Lower The Risk Of Heart Disorder    




Also, Sleeping Too Much Increases The Risk Of Obesity    




Sleep deprivation increases the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity, affects attention and judgment. It also leads to higher stress levels and an increased sensation of hunger, resulting in overeating, and also increases the risk of autoimmune diseases due to higher inflammatory markers. All this can be avoided with proper sleep, but the number of hours depends on the individual. An average of seven to eight hours is related to a lower risk of heart disease. On the other hand, more than eight hours of sleep has been linked to a higher risk of obesity. More details click here.



 

Side Effects Of High Blood Pressure Medication Includes Headaches And Sleep Disturbance


Side Effects Of High Blood Pressure Medication Includes Headaches And Sleep Disturbance    




Also, Erectile Dysfunction, Depression, And Dizziness    




High blood pressure medication may cause side effects such as headaches, dizziness, sleep disturbance, and even erectile dysfunction. The most usual prescriptions for people under 55 are ACE inhibitors or ARB, which is angiotensin-2 receptor blocker. Older patients are usually prescribed calcium channel blockers, which may cause headaches. If ACE inhibitors are not resulting, patients are prescribed ARB, which may cause dizziness and headaches. Beta blockers are prescribed when none of the other medication. The side effects may include sleep disturbance, depression, and erectile dysfunction. Click here for more info.



 

Tuesday, December 3, 2019

Don’t Wait Until Emergency Hypertension Symptoms Show Up


Don’t Wait Until Emergency Hypertension Symptoms Show Up    




Watch For Headaches, Frequent Nose Bleed And Facial Flushing    




The main problem with hypertension symptoms is that usually there are no symptoms until there is an emergency situation. The most common symptoms are headaches, but they can be caused by many other health conditions. However, there are symptoms such as frequent nosebleeds, especially when it takes longer to heal, dizziness and facial flushing, and blood spots on one eye caused by blood clotting. Check all the symptoms for high blood pressure. More details click here.