Archive for June, 2012
If everyone who gets this article sends it to 10 people, you can bet they will save at least one life. Read this … It could save your life! Say you are at 6:15 pm and is driving home (of course, only) after a day’s work extremely difficult. You’re really tired, upset and frustrated. suddenly begins to experience severe pain in your chest that starts to radiate out into your arm and up into your jaw. You are about eight miles from the hospital nearest your home. Unfortunately, you do not know if he can get there. What can you do? You have been trained in CPR (cardiopulmonary resuscitation) but the guy who taught the course did not say how it yourself. Read the rest of this entry »
Natural remedies to lower blood sugar levels
Diabetes is a difficult problem to treat and requires certain nutritional guidelines, on the other strict. For this reason, help with some natural remedies to lower your blood sugar levels, you may find it more than helpful to your daily life.
Reduce blood sugar levels through natural remedies is possible. While you need not lose sight of the daily diet to have controlled glucose peaks, you can apply for help, some homemade tricks to your daily life. Here we suggest some. Read the rest of this entry »
What is a stroke?
A stroke occurs when a blockage or arterial puncture disrupts the flow of blood to the brain. This interruption of blood flow deprives the brain of needed oxygen and kills brain cells affected. When brain cells die is lost or disabling the function of body parts controlled by them.
A stroke can cause paralysis or muscle weakness, loss of sensation, speech and language problems, memory and reasoning problems, difficulty swallowing, vision problems and visual perception, coma and even death. Read the rest of this entry »
The heart is responsible for carrying oxygen to the body by the bloodstream. When the heart beats too slow, can not perform this function as efficiently. This causes symptoms such as lightheadedness and fainting.
What is heart block?
The beats are controlled by electrical signals (impulses), which begin in one part of the wall of the heart called the sinus node and traveling through the heart causing it to contract. Signals travel from the atria (upper heart chambers) to the ventricles (lower chambers) through an area called the atrioventricular (AV). The AV node helps to synchronize the pumping action of the atria and ventricles.
If you have heart block, this means there is a problem that affects the transmission of electrical impulses through your heart. When the problem occurs in the atrioventricular node, prevents signals from passing through the atria into the ventricles. This is called atrioventricular block. There are three different degrees of atrioventricular block. Read the rest of this entry »
Did you know that people with osteoporosis are more likely to have cardiovascular problems?, What people with atherosclerosis often have weaker bones and increased risk of fracture?. Yes, there are common pathological mechanisms linking osteoporosis (softening of bone tissue) with atherosclerosis (calcification of vascular tissue) ( Clin Calcium. 2007 ). This (little) known relationship has led to the emergence of strategies to combat osteoporosis and atherosclerosis from one nutritional approach. The relationship between these two diseases was discovered in 1993 after noted that the cells lining the artery wall, endothelial cells, could be transformed into bone cells (osteoblasts) in a process similar to the formation of bone ( Jour Clin Invest. 1993 ). Over the years it has also been reported that over 90% of the fatty plaques that clog the arteries (atherosclerosis indication that there are) undergo a process of calcification ( Braz Med Biol Res 2007 Jour ). Read the rest of this entry »