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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.
It’s been almost a fortnight after New Year 2013 and after a month of solid holidaying with sumptous meals and drinks in between Christmas and New Year Day Celebration, I am sure many people have actually put on a considerable amount of weight to their body.
Stress effects are not limited to mental pressure and strains that one faces in daily life but they are extended to the bodily pain and energy constraints. Today’s busy schedule makes one to experience excessive mental pressure, worries, tension and anxiety that disturb the normal lifestyle and habits. Stress usually happens when an external consequence affect one’s mind that exceeds their tolerance capacity causing strain in thinking and congested in mind with a mild pain.
Our human body is an intelligent piece of mechanism that is able to function on its own and yet it requires each organ to carry out its own special role.
As the human body is not a machine, it is natural that it need to rest. It can only happens when we are asleep. As such we must not neglect it by failing to have proper or sufficient rest or they will crumble and cause health challenges.
Everyone knows that the human body needs a certain amount of vitamins and minerals daily in order to function properly and remain healthy. A well balanced diet do supply your body with the vitamins it needs but if there is a lack of it, problems and disorders will arise. That is when your body starts showing signs of discomfort and what’s-not.
For people who do not get enough of nutrients in their body, they probably will lack vitamins and as a result they feel tired easily or they experience loss of appetite. More severe symptoms could involve mental and emotional stress, chapped lips, and other irritable or painful sensations.