HEART attacks require immediate treatment, but what should you do if you haven’t been trained for CPR? If you see someone with symptoms of a cardiac arrest, this is what you should do after calling for an ambulance. It could save a life. Heart attacks can lead to a cardiac arrest –
This article appeared on Times of India In a worrying find, a group of medical experts said that that young men aged under 30 are increasingly suffering from heart attacks, more than the other age groups. They said women aged below below 40 have also been suffering from heart attacks, contrary to
A study was conducted on 2009 women and 976 men hospitalized for heart attack in 103 hospitals. It was found that chest pain was predominant symptom for men and women (around 80% for both sexes). Most women, however, prior to being hospitalized, never thought their symptoms could be related to heart health.
Written on September 7, 2016
Ibuprofen belongs to a class of Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory drugs (NSAID). These drugs are widely used as painkillers and to combat fever. In 2005 FDA stated that Ibuprofen carried Cardiovascular Disease risk along with Gastro Intestinal bleeding. Moreover, it warned people with recent Bypass surgery to avoid Ibuprofen. Manufacturers of these drugs were
Written on September 2, 2016
Physicians prescribe statins for patients with high cholesterol and decrease heart attack risk. Although statins are very effective, they have been associated with muscle pain, mental fuzziness, and digestive problems. It may cause liver damage on rare occasions. Statins commonly prescribed are; fluvastatin (Lescol), atorvastatin (Lipitor), pitavastatin (Livalo), lovastatin (Altoprev), rosuvastatin (Crestor)
Lipitor is a cholesterol lowering drug. It is prescribed to adults and children above 10. In cases where the cholesterol numbers won’t come down even after low fat diet and exercise Lipitor or commonly known as Atorvastatin is used. Here are side effects of Atorvastatin (Lipitor) Muscle Problem: Lipitor can cause serious
This is video by Dr. Josh Axe. In it you will learn some remarkable tips to reverse heart disease. Its worth watching.
Salt is linked with high blood pressure. Reduce salt intake and you should be fine. Minerals like potassium, calcium and magnesium also help to lower blood pressure. Therefore, people with high blood pressure are advised to eat below listed fruits. Eat these 17 foods rich in potassium, calcium and magnesium. 1.Beet Juice:
We won’t discuss heart attack cause. We won’t advice you to take or avoid medication. And we certainly won’t ask you to buy anything. But this one tip will save your life ‘Avoid all processed foods.’ Our bodies are not meant to handle anything processed. Ice-creams are marketed as healthy because they
A Silent Heart Attack has almost no symptoms. Chances are you already had a Silent Heart Attack and you didn’t know. Maybe that’s why it is called Silent and Dangerous. What are the Symptoms of Silent Heart Attack? Though it has no symptoms, people experience nausea flu or cold symptoms and general