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My Mom suffered a minor Stroke two months back. After that she was treated and as per Doctors advice she is good and fine. Doctors said the main reason was of Hypertension. CT scan test was been done and various tests been done whatever Doctors decided to do. Now the problem is that she feels a kind of heaviness and nerves stretchiness and a bit of pain in her left side till her knee portion. We discuss the matter with the Doctors and they said that it is a stroke effect and it will heal naturally by itself. I approach to Neurologist and discuss the matter and the Neurologist said the same thing as the Doctors said. As per Doctors advice she needs to take B. P medicine and Sugar medicine for life long. Now my question is that it's been a more than two months she had minor stroke but she still feels that kind of heaviness and nerves stretchiness sometimes pain in her left part of her body. Is this true as per Doctors advice she will be fine and it will get healed naturally. Please advice your suggestions to what is next to be done.
My mom is suffering form high pressure and sugar and became very unhealthy so what should she do to get rid from all above disease and get back healthy again?
Dear docters, I faced acute heart attack 41 year old man, at 4th january 2015. Single vessel coronary diseases, one 100% blockage and done angioplasty and plant one stranded stent, lv diastolic dysfunction present, impaired left ventricular systolic function, right bundle branch block and present ef level is 36%, bp 70/100, heart rate resting between 73-82), height 5.8 inches and weight 73 kg, not sugar patient, regular 35 min not feel short birth, rest of all normal. (feeling little depress and fear of threat) medication: nikoran 5mg, inapure 5, cardinerve, cardivas 12.5, dytor plus 10, prax 10, tonnact 80, losar 25 and ecosprin 150 1) my query is ecoprin 150mg its blood thinner drug, can I take with coq10? 200mg once in day (coenzyme q10) is it any harm to take daily or life time.(with ecosprin 150 and prax 10) 2) tablet-powder: food supplement and nutrition help cardiac heart system like: berberine, taurine, d-ribose, l-carnitine, omega-3, magnesium. Can I take in standard quantity and dosage for good health and life extension, it really support all nutrition? if anything you want add some valuable advice regarding food supplement and nutrition or anything else. Kindly guide us we really require your expert advice and comments. Thanks you all.
I am 43, male, feel extremely exhausted all the time, have smoking habit with bp and diabetis, on medication. What could be wrong?
Am having a stomach pain from last few days. Sometime I feel chest pain. I gaveup tabacoo since one month. What should I do now. Can you help me out of these doctor?
Hello i am 30 year old boy having pain in left side of chest with pain in baxk as well. Also I have got acidity problem .Please help me out to get this pain cured . Also want to update that it occurs in intervals .Please help
Im 26 years and im having chest pain after doing workouts should I leave doing workouts? Or is it due to any other reason. I mainly do chest exercises and it is since 3 weeks. So what should I do? Would be thankful for your help.
In earlier year I feel too inactive due to less working parts and my blood pressure goes high Last check-140/90.
'Light exercise' is one of the first things every doctor prescribes for hypertension patients. Hypertension is a condition where blood exerts a very high force against the walls of the blood vessels. While a normal person's blood pressure is usually around 120 over 80, a hypertension patient's blood pressure is higher than 140 over 90. Regular exercise helps regulate this blood pressure and improves cardiovascular health. It also improves blood circulation, thus giving you more energy and easing stress.
So, what types of exercises are best for treating hypertension?
Aerobic activities are activities that increase your heart and breathing rate. Simple household chores like mowing the lawn or swabbing the floor can also count as aerobic activities. Other such exercises include brisk walking, jogging and swimming. Alternatively you could join a group sport such as basketball or football to increase your aerobic activity. This will make your heart stronger and reduce stress, both of which will in turn lower your blood pressure.
Lifting weights may cause a temporary spike in blood pressure at the time of exercising, but it has a number of long term benefits. It improves your overall cardiovascular health and helps build strong muscles. Instead of doing a few sets of lifting heavy weights, it is better for a hypertension patient to lift lighter weights more number of times. Light weights challenge the muscles by increasing the number of sets.
Practicing yoga asanas and pranayam can help lower blood pressure and reduce stress induced hypertension. While asanas are yogic positions, pranayam refers to breathing techniques. Some asanas that are beneficial for hypertension are shavasana, sukhasan and shishuasan. Yoga benefits hypertension patients by relaxing the body and calming the nervous system.
How much exercise do you need?
With hypertension, you should be very careful to not overdo any exercise. Brisk walking for 30 minutes or jogging for 20 minutes on a daily basis is ideal. A five minute warm up and cooling down period at the beginning and end of your exercise routine is essential. If you cannot put aside half an hour each day, you could even break it up into smaller periods of 10 or 15 minutes each. When exercising, it is important to listen to your body. The moment you feel out of breath or dizzy, you must stop your exercise.
If you are a regular gym enthusiast, lifting light weights won't be an issue. However, if you live a sedentary lifestyle and are only starting a fitness routine now, it is advisable to consult your doctor before adding weight training to your schedule. You should also consult your doctor if you are above the age of 45 or if you are overweight.