Jumat, 01 Februari 2013

Factors Can Cause Stroke

Factors can cause stroke

An ischemic stroke is caused by blockage of blood flow to the brain by a blood clot. The accumulation of plaque on the artery walls (the atherosclerosis or "hardening of the arteries" in common parlance) is an underlying cause of many ischemic strokes.

About Stroke

About Stroke

(Congestion cerebral ischemic stroke, cerebrovascular haemorrhage)

A stroke is characterized by a sudden loss of brain function due to an interruption of blood flow to the brain as a result of ischemic stroke (caused by the formation of a blood clot) or cerebrovascular bleeding ( caused by the rupture of a vessel and subsequent bleeding into or around the brain).

Kamis, 31 Januari 2013

Questions To Ask Your Doctor

Sometimes you pause the right questions to get more information. Instead of trying to remember the questions you want to ask your doctor during your visit, try to prepare a list of questions to bring with you. This will save you time and ensure you get the answers to all your questions.

  • What is my blood pressure?
  • What are the factors that cause hypertension (high blood pressure)?
  • What can I do to control my blood pressure?
  • Is there a way to reduce the number of pills I have to take every day?
  • Are my medications associated with side effects?
  • What will I feel when my blood pressure is normal? Will I feel different (e)?
  • How often should I check my blood pressure?
  • Should I avoid certain activities because of my high blood pressure?
  • Will you check other things besides my blood pressure?

Rabu, 30 Januari 2013

A Helping Hand For People With Hypertension

Normalizing your blood pressure does not occur overnight, but it can be done over time. With the help of health professionals and people around you, you can make choices that will help you succeed and possibly live longer and healthier.

Selasa, 29 Januari 2013

Continue To Take Medication For People With Hypertension

With proper medication, people with hypertension can live longer and healthier. It may be necessary to take medication for a long time, sometimes for the rest of his life to reduce the risk of complications related to hypertension.

After taking medication for some time, many people question the need to continue to take the medicine every day. This is often called "the weariness of treatment." However, if you stop your medication, your blood pressure will begin to rise again and you run the risk of health problems.

Remember the benefits of lowering your blood pressure with drugs, including:

  • Improving cardiovascular health.
  • Lower risk of death.
  • Reducing the risk of disability caused by a stroke or a heart attack.
Ask your doctor or pharmacist for ways to facilitate the permanent engagement of your medication.

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Change For The Better

Change for the better.

To maintain its goal of reducing blood pressure, we must continue to incorporate healthy lifestyle choices even when the desired blood pressure level is reached. These choices include things a person can do every day to continue to keep his blood pressure under control and prevent complications of hypertension.

Hypertension: What Is The Best Diet For Hypertensive

What is the best diet for hypertensive

The first thing to do is avoid fatty foods: butter, chocolate, eggs, fatty meat, and minimize oils, margarine, sausages , cheese (salt), fried ...by Emphasis against green vegetables, lean meats and fish (except shellfish too high in salt).