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I want to eat protein food I am vegetarian south indian please suggest food which is rich is protein minerals magnesium iron zinc. I have lower on levels and low bp.
You may need to have an angioplasty if the carotid artery in your neck becomes blocked. During angioplasty, your surgeon will place a small tube through an incision in your groin and guide it up to your neck at the site of the blockage. The surgeon will then place a stent – a balloon-like device – in the artery to widen it and relieve the blockage. Because blocked arteries cause you to have a high risk for heart attack and other cardiovascular events, your doctor is likely to recommend a special diet to help your recovery.
Immediately following your surgery, your doctor will likely place you on a clear liquid diet. This diet may only be for a few hours following your procedure, to allow your body to rest. Foods allowed on a clear liquid diet include water, plain tea and coffee, ice pops without fruit chunks and thin broths. As soon as your doctor feels appropriate, he will upgrade your diet.
If you are still experiencing negative symptoms of your anesthesia, such as nausea or vomiting, your doctor might decide to put you on a full liquid diet to ease your stomach discomfort. This diet includes all foods allowed on the clear liquid diet, as well as semi-liquid foods like pudding, yogurt, milk, cream of wheat and cream soups. While this is often a helpful step in the transition of your diet after surgery, your doctor may choose to skip full liquids and progress directly to a regular diet if you only have a short hospital stay.
Low fat diet
To protect your heart and arteries from further problems, a diet low in fat, saturated fat and cholesterol is the recommendation. You should make this diet a permanent lifestyle change. While you still need some fat in your diet, try to keep total fat under 30 percent of your daily calories, and keep saturated fat under 7 percent. Choose low-fat food options, including lean meats and low-fat dairy.
In addition to your low-fat diet, your doctor might recommend a low-sodium diet. This is because sodium causes fluid retention, which can build up around your heart and cause heart failure. To protect your heart, you should only consume between 1,500 and 2,300 mg of sodium daily. Sodium is in many processed and prepackaged foods; limit your sodium intake by cooking with fresh ingredients. Always look for the sodium content on nutrition labels. If it contains 5 percent of the daily value or less, it is low in sodium.
Actually my father suffer heart problem. Doctor said main value is block so we need replacement. Right now my father have 9% blood. Thats he need extra 2% blood, thats way they gave tablets. Right now my dad use the tablet. But tablet is not use. Can you give any suggetion and replacement tablets.
Hello doc I am 37 yr. My bp remains on higher side from last few months. Now I feel heavy in the back of my head. And there is a feeling that I have vertigo (faint, thakker aa rahe hai) all the time I am taking amlong mt 25 from last 1 month. My lipid profile comes normal except triglycerides are high Please suggest your kind advice.
Sir thanks for reply. I am 55 yrs. Old female. Suffering from anxiety. On Dr. advice taking 100 mg. Zosert 1 and half lorazepam. I am on this medicine from 25 days. I amalso taking 25 mg of lobar bp medicine. I could not sleep. So I was able to sleep after taking 2and half mg. Lozepam. Recently I went to Dr. He gave me 25 mg. Qutan and 1 lorazepam I. E. 1 mg. But I could not sleep. It has been six days that I am taking 2 mg. Lorazeoam and 25 mg. Qutan. Now I sleep and no head pain. But my husband saying take 1 lorazepam. Please help me. I am also on pacemaker for the last 10 yrs. Otherwise fine happy. But anxiety problem.
I am suffering from dry cough fr last two weeks and I have chest pain whenever I cough. Can you pls suggest a solution to this?
I am suffering from acidity and my chest pains suddenly and my back too apart that I have hairfall problem.
I am feeling heavy headache and bp problem from last week. I used some tablets for headache but no response. So what can I do?
I am a 35 yrs old male and I have chest pain suddenly some times. I cont do any work that time please give me the suggestion or medicine.
Hello. I am a student at boston university. Age 29. I have slight more thyroid and a cholesterol. I do not want medicines. How do I get out of this problem. Like if I am not wrong .i can have exercises and yoga. Could you pls suggest something extra apart from these. These 2 things I am doing. Thank you.
Please let us know whether eggs are good even for heart patient or not ? Whether they should eat total egg or they should eat white portion and throw yellow portion of egg ? How much quantity a person can take per day or week if the age of the heart patient is 50 .
I am 21 year male my height is 164 cm and weight 70 kgs I have problem of blood pressure i. E, 160/100 or hypertension at this age high bp I done blood test also but found nothing kindly sugest me some thing so that I can able to recover.
My husband is having high cholesterol. He is just 31 yrs old. 2 months back his cholesterol was 253. As per the latest report it is 221. I have made necessary changes in his diet following online information like using olive oil. Giving him handful of walnuts every morning. Papaya. Bit of pomegranate. Also he is avoiding outside food. Please let me know if I am going fine or do I need to do more things? Thanks.
High blood pressure, which is often a result of hypertension, is the leading risk factor for a stroke, which in turn leads to severe and long-term disability, including death. Managing your blood-sugar levels is the most critical thing you can do to lessen your risk of a stroke, and you should leave no stone unturned in keeping your blood pressure at optimum levels.
What causes a stroke
A stroke, which is often referred to as a brain attack, takes place when the supply of blood to a particular region of the brain is cut off. The brain cells which are deprived of the oxygen and glucose die, and when the ailment is not caught early, a permanent damage to the brain can follow.
How is high blood pressure related to a stroke
Uncontrolled blood pressure levels can increase the risk of a stroke by about four to six times. With the passage of time, hypertension causes atherosclerosis as well as hardening of major arteries. This often results in blockages of small blood vessels present in the brain. With high blood pressure for a long period of time, the blood vessels of the brain become weak and burst. This way the risk of a stroke is directly related to the high levels of blood pressure.
What can you do to keep your blood pressure under control
There is a lot you can do to keep the chance of a stroke at bay. But the first thing you should try doing is keeping your blood pressure level normal. Some simple lifestyle changes can help you to lead a risk-free life and therefore, you should first aim at shedding off those extra pounds along your waistline.
In general, a man with a waistline measuring over 40 inches and a woman with that over 35 inches is at a higher risk of suffering from high blood pressure as well as a stroke. You should exercise regularly for at least half an hour and eat a well-regulated diet loaded with fibre, proteins, potassium and Omega-3 fatty acids. Stay away from junk food and maintain a food diary where you can jot down your honest food habits.
It is very important to lower down your high blood pressure in order to avoid risks of stroke. But if you fail to do so even after following a healthy routine, then it is crucial to consult a doctor who can help you by prescribing medications that are right for your medical condition.