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Identifying The Signs Of Anemia

Among Them Are Poor Concentration, Headaches, Altered Heartbeat, Insomnia, And Hair Loss

Anemia is a common blood condition in which there is a deficit of healthy red blood cells in your body, lowering the blood’s capacity to carry oxygen and nutrients. The most common form is iron-deficiency anemia, which is not fatal but can be a symptom of a more serious condition. Among the signs are skin paleness, due to the lower concentration of hemoglobin in the blood, making the blood less red. Low blood oxygen also affects the brain, altering the mood and concentration, and unexplained headaches. The heart also suffers, because it has to work harder to deliver the blood through the body, which alters its heartbeat. This causes exhaustion, which can lead to insomnia. Another sign is hair loss because the blood vessels in the hair follicles are not receiving enough oxygen and nutrients. Check all the signs of anemia. Click here for more information.

Taking The Best And Most Powerful Drugs Are Not Enough For Controlling Hypertension

Weight Loss And A Lifestyle Change Are Also Required

Medication is a way to control high blood pressure, but it must be combined with a lifestyle change. Taking the best and most powerful drugs won’t lower hypertension if the patient continues in a diet high in fats and processed sugars and does no exercise. The first step is to lose excess weight – according to experts, blood pressure increases when weight increases. Also, 30 minutes of physical activity most days of the week will lower blood pressure. Lifestyle changes also include lowering sodium, alcohol consumption and processed sugars. Additional info click here.

Reducing Salt Consumption To A Minimum To Lower Hypertension Has More Dangers Than Benefits

Many Body Processes Require Sodium, Such As Cardiovascular Function And Nerve Impulse Transmission

Excess salt consumption has always been associated with high blood pressure. Therefore, the general recommendation has been to reduce salt intake as much as possible. Excess sodium is bad for the health, however, too little salt is even more dangerous, because many body processes require sodium, such as fluid balance, transmission of nerve impulses, cardiovascular function, and muscle contraction. Low sodium is related to rapid heartbeat, dizziness, dehydration, and even elevated insulin levels and insulin resistance. Also, excess salt is being blamed for hypertension, but no restrictions are being put on sugar, which might be the real culprit. Click here for more information.

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.

Risk Of Diabetes Or Prediabetes Is Determined By Body Fat Percentage

Body Fat Is More Relevant Than Body Mass Index (Bmi) For Determining If A Person Is Healthy

There are new guidelines that establish that body fat percentage determines whether or not a person is considered obese. On the other hand, the body mass index (MBI) can determine if a person is overweight, even if he has low body fat. A recent study determined that more people with MBI within the normal range (therefore, not considered overweight), but with a high body fat percentage had diabetes or prediabetes, compared to people with high BMI, but low body fat. Therefore, researches determined that the percentage or body fat is more relevant for determining the risk of diabetes or prediabetes than the BMI. Also, the percentage of body fat is related to abnormal blood glucose, leading to diabetes. Click here for more info.

Stress And Anxiety Is Worse For Patients With Cardiovascular Diseases

It Can Increase The Odds Of Premature Death

Stress and anxiety are responsible for poor health conditions. It can get even worse: the patient has four times the probability of mortality from a heart condition if there is also cardiovascular disease. These patients can also find death in other stressful situations, such as earthquakes, and other natural disasters, or even a sudden loss, divorce or job stress. Click here for more details.

Study: Hair Loss Medication Minoxidil Improves Blood Flow And Cognitive Functions

It Adds Elasticity To Blood Vessels, Lowering Blood Pressure

According to recent research, a popular hair loss medication can help with the cognitive function. Minoxidil, a drug applied to the scalp to delay hair loss, and help with hair growth. If taken orally, it has beneficial effects on the blood flow to the brain, lowering blood pressure and increasing elasticity in blood vessels. The drug has a positive effect on elastin, a protein that adds flexibility to blood vessels. Lack of it reduces blood flow and increases the risk of a cardiovascular condition and heart attack. Minoxidil has a mechanism which allows potassium to exit the cells in the blood vessels, contributing to improve the flow. Additional information click here.

This Smart Patch Monitors Stress Levels

It Detects Heart Rate And Shallow Breathing

A new device, called a smart patch, can help to monitor stress levels. Even though most people have different responses to stress, there are common indicators, such as high heart rate and shallow breathing. The patch is located on the chest, and when it detects stress, it guides you breathing with subtle vibrations. It increases the natural heart rate variability (HRV), which is a biomarker for physical and psychological health. A low HRV is related to anxiety, poor performance, and distraction, which we would like to avoid. More Information click here.

Untreated Chronic Stress In Children Can Seriously Affect Their Lives As Adults

It Increases The Risk Of Liver And Lung Disease, And Also Cardiovascular Conditions

One of the most common mental conditions in children is attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Parents are aware of this condition, and the child is prescribed with the corresponding medication. However, doctors and parents must try to find out what has caused this disorder in the child. In many cases, the answer might be an emotional trauma, which, if left untreated, can result in physical health conditions, later in adult life. According to studies, this can mean twice the risk of developing liver and chronic lung disease, or triple risk of having lung cancer and heart disease, in the lifetime. In chronic stress, the brain secretes the hormone cortisol, which prepares the body for a dangerous. Constant exposure to cortisol prevent the child from focusing properly at school, but also affects the organs, possibly causing a damage that will show itself at an adult life. Fortunately, there are treatments that allow to rewire a child’s brain and prevent these consequences. Additional info click here.

These Fruits Will Reduce The Levels Of “Bad” Cholesterol, Decreasing The Risk Of Clogged Arteries

They Will Also Prevent Hardened Arteries And Slow Down Oxidation

High cholesterol levels have been usually associated with old age, but now it is also present among young adults. This component stimulates various activities in the body, such as digestion of foods and the production of hormones. There are two types of cholesterol: HDL (High-density lipoproteins) also known as “good” cholesterol. Is essential for smooth functioning of the body while LDL (Low-density lipoprotein), also known as bad cholesterol, transports all fat molecules throughout body forming a layer of plaque on the walls of arteries, obstructing the blood flow, leading to high blood pressure, heart disease, or even stroke. There are foods that will promote HDL while lowering the level of LDL. Among these are avocados, which contain antioxidants like vitamin K, C, B5, B6, E, and monounsaturated fats, regulating LDL and HDL cholesterol levels, as well as blood triglycerides. Tomatoes contain vitamins A, B, K and C, which lowers cholesterol, blood pressure and the risk of stroke, tomatoes can do wonders for your eyes. Apples contain pectin fibers and antioxidant polyphenols which decreases the levels of bad LDL cholesterol and slow down oxidation, which increases the risk of atherosclerosis, in which the arteries ted hardened. Check all the fruits that reduce the levels of “bad” cholesterol. More Information click here.

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