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Heart & Blood Pressure

  1. 5 Diseases Associated With The Circulatory System

    5 Diseases Associated With The Circulatory System

    The circulatory system is one of the most important systems of the human body that permits the blood to circulate and transport the nutrients to and from the cells of the body. It provides nourishment to the body and helps it fight diseases and maintain the health of the body. The circulatory system is also known as cardiovascular system

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  2. All You Need To Know About Atherosclerosis

    All You Need To Know About Atherosclerosis

    Atherosclerosis is a condition in which the fatty minerals builds up and leads to the thickening of artery walls. It is a common problem that affects the arteries and this disease is also known as hardening or blockage of the arteries. These fatty substances are known as plaque and these plaques make the arteries narrower and lead to reduced or blocked blood flow. 

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  3. 5 Tips That Help You Improve Heart Health

    5 Tips That Help You Improve Heart Health

    The heart is the most powerful muscle of the body that pumps blood throughout the body. The blood pumped by your heart gives you the oxygen and nourishment to keep you alive and healthy. Heart disease is one of the leading killers in the United States for both men and women. It mostly affects people of middle age and old age. 

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  4. 5 Secrets To Cure Obesity

    5 Secrets To Cure Obesity

    Obesity is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated t the extent that it may have a negative effect on person’s health. People are generally considered obese when their body mass index (BMI) is over 30 kg/m2. with a range of 25-30 kg/m2. They are also considered as overweight. It is caused by excess food intake, lack of physical activity or sometimes due to genes.

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  5. How to test the blood pressure?

    How to test the blood pressure?

    Your blood pressure indicates that with what pressure your blood is pumping in different parts of your body and at what rate your heart is pumping it. Having high blood pressure means that extra pressure is being applied to your arteries which puts extra effort on your heart. This extra strain increases the risk of heart attack and stroke.

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  6. How are High Blood Pressure and Eye Disease interrelated?

    How are High Blood Pressure and Eye Disease interrelated?

    This is a common known fact that if you have high blood pressure, you may be more prone to heart, kidney problems or strokes but it has also been found that high blood pressure often affects the eye vision and can lead to eye disease.

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  7. Do you know some hypertension medications?

    Do you know some hypertension medications?

    Sometimes the pressure with which blood is flowing down your arteries gets higher and it results in hypertension. In that case, there is a persistent elevation in the rate of blood pressure which could be really harmful to the body.

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  8. 5 Herbal Antidotes to lower your Blood Pressure

    5 Herbal Antidotes to lower your Blood Pressure

    According to a research, 75 million adults in America are suffering from high blood pressure. It also means that every 1 in 3 people has hypertension which is a serious issue. To regulate blood pressure, various measures have been taken and medicines have been introduced. 

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  9. How much are you aware of Blood Pressure?

    How much are you aware of Blood Pressure?

    People who have high blood pressure usually have a lot to compromise with. Their daily diet, schedule get influenced because of the rise in pressure. When the pressure of blood increases on the walls of your arteries as your heart pumps it, around your body, you usually tend to experience high blood pressure. Doctors call it in systolic and diastolic.

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  10. High Blood Pressure - Hypertension

    High Blood Pressure - Hypertension

    The pressure which the blood applies on the walls of the arteries while circulating through the body is blood pressure.. However, when the pressure applied by the blood is repeatedly high it leads to a condition known as hypertension, which we call as High Blood Pressure.

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