Do you know that almost everyone loves deep fried or fatty foods? If so, then everyone of us is a candidate for heart related problems.
According to medical studies, the incidence of heart attacks and coronary artery disease are a result of an escalation of blood cholesterol levels. For that reason, people with cholesterol levels that are way above the norm should start protecting themselves from suffering any form of degenerative disease by lowering their blood cholesterol.
When your vision becomes cloudy or foggy, usually due to aging, you can suspect that you are having an eye cataract. The primary effect of cataract is blurred vision. So, what is cataract and how does it develop? The word cataract is derived from Latin word “cataracta” which means waterfall. It is metaphorically used in modern English for its blurring effect on the eye.
Many people are afflicted with diabetes these days so it is essential that you know exactly what it is in order to take precautionary measures to prevent getting it yourself!
In simpler terms, “diabetes” is the inability of the body to process sugars properly. When we eat or drink, our “pancreas” produces a hormone called “insulin”. Insulin is released into the blood and helps to regulate the amount of glucose (sugar) in the bloodstream. Diabetes is a condition where this process does not function correctly.
A user’s guide to medication: how to avoid becoming a statistic
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The irony that I encountered prior to my heart surgery 2 years ago was being told that I already had multiple heart attacks that resulted in half of my heart muscle being “dead” after my angioplasty procedure.
Since it is vital that we must know what to prevent so that it does not becomes fatal, here is an article for your perusal…
A thousand apologies to my regular readers or visitors of my blog for being insensitive about the need to update my blog periodically so that you can read or digest something for your health or whats-not.
To be frank, as an owner of several blogs and coupled with my slowness to improve my health after my major triple heart bypass surgery 18 months ago, it really affected me in a huge way when it comes to writing articles for my blog. My concentration level had dropped tremendously as I gets tired easily. Lately my eye gets dryer and tired even after 2 hours online. What I suspected most is that my medication is the real “culprit”. Have you any similar experiences?
My main concern for this blog is more on the communication aspect because each time an article was posted, there rarely is any feedback or comment from the visitors. Without it, there is no way of knowing whether my article sucks or is acceptable to the readers. What surprises me is that I have an average of 20 subscribers daily even though I had not posted any article for the past 2 months. Are these legitimate subscribers or Spammers? I have no answer!
When I was assigned an appointment from my Surgeon to pay a visit to my Arrhythmia Cardiologist, I was unsure what Arrhythmia mean?
What Is Arrhythmia ?
It simply means “Irregular Heartbeats”. But this symptom is deem as serious because a patient can have sudden death syndrome because of this health condition. After reading some articles about it, the impression I have is that if anyone’s heart function is less than 35% effectiveness then they are deem to be suffering from Arrhythmia.