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Hi Doctor, I am 64 Yrs old. My BP level fluctuates between 80/120 and 90/130. I am taking tazloc 40 in the morning and Amlong 5 mg at night, I am regularly walking 5 kms regularly in the morning. Speed 6 Kms/hr. My cholesterol level 200. Sugar fasting 120 Do I need any medicines.
Hi sir I want know about High blood pressure my blood pressure is 140-150/90-100 please guide me for control this diet, exercise daily routine work.
I have cholesterol beside of the back (Tummy, that is creating many problems for example to standing for 8 hours in company it is creating problem.
This is one of the most dangerous and, unfortunately, one of the most common diseases, which is caused by bleeding in the brain. It can be so devastating that the restoration of the person would take years. And at the same time to recover before the end he could not. Meanwhile, a few premature steps will help you prevent a stroke or at least alleviate the consequences of the incident.
Blood pressure control:
High blood pressure is a guarantee of hypertension. And that, in turn, increases the risk of stroke, as well as contributes to the development of cardiovascular disease. Often hypertension generally does not manifest itself externally (for the time), so constantly monitor blood pressure. Reduce the intake of salt, drink and coffee. Prevention may also include monitoring of weight, regular exercise, and even control over stressful situations - but then you do not need any pills to lower blood pressure.
" revision" heart:
Heart disease can occur in humans at birth and occur throughout life. For example, as a result of hypertension, obesity, diabetes or high cholesterol. There are many effective ways to diagnose and treat heart disease, but it always depends on the underlying cause, that is the same, for example, diabetes. The best way to prevent heart problems, it's not skip regular check-ups by a doctor. Then the disease can be detected at an early stage, before it starts to improve.
High cholesterol promotes occurrence of cardiac and cardiovascular disease, usually the result of a diet high in harmful fats. To reduce cholesterol diet requires a moderate fat intake" nenapryazhnye" exercise and sometimes medication assistance.
That no obesity:
Obesity is also a risk factor for stroke. The fact that people with overweight elevated levels of fats in the blood, they are deposited on the vascular wall and narrows them. Over time, they get clogged and completely, and are sealed to form clots - which eventually reach the blood to the brain. And in the end - stroke.
Diabetes under control:
Diabetes - a direct path to cardiovascular disease and problems with blood vessels in the brain. The cause of diabetes is a disturbance of blood sugar, and it can also be congenital or acquired. But in any case, it requires control of food intake, weight management, and sometimes medication to maintain proper blood sugar levels.
When smoke in humans get tar and other harmful substances, they damage the intima. In such" gaps" immediately rush substances - inflammatory factors, as well as compounds of cholesterol. Due to the unwanted build-up of plaque and blockages in the already narrowed blood vessels develop dangerous disruption of the heart and blood vessels. And after a time there is a stroke or heart attack.
It contributes to the development of stroke due to the fact that mental over-voltage occurs acute ischemic stroke. The result is a brain hemorrhage. Other less common causes of stroke may be, for example, autoimmune diseases and disorders of blood clotting
I am 71 years old. What is the BLOOD PRESSURE to be maintained by me considering my age. The B P range may be intimated so that I can try to maintain it.
Sir, I have two stents inserted at RCX & LCA in 2009. Very recently I had an angiography done and it revealed that there is a slight stenosis in one of them though the blood flow is okay. The cardiologist told me to presently control sugar levels and treat the stenosis with medicine. Should I go for removal of the small blockade straightaway in consultation with the doctor?
It is right or wrong. My bp is low and my heart beat pump a bit fast. And while eating sometimes feel I have problem in my breath .and sometimes at time I get up suddenly because I feel I am not able to take breath. Please advice what should i do?
How to reduce LDL cholesterol and increase HDL cholesterol? What must be the diet to avoid high cholesterol?
MY reports indicate : Triglycerides 344, ldl hdl ratio 3.7, tchdl cholesterol ratio 6.7, vldl cholesterol 68.86, which tablet should I take?
WHAT IS CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY?
Our heart pumps blood (and oxygen) to all the body organs. Heart muscle also needs oxygen for the function of pumping, which is supplied to the heart by Coronary arteries. Coronary angiography is a test that uses special dye and special x-rays to show the insides of your coronary arteries. The facility where such test is possible with special x-ray machine is called ‘Cath lab’ (catheterization laboratory).
In this procedure, a thin, hollow tube called a catheter is inserted into a blood vessel from your arm or groin. The tube is then advanced and threaded into your coronary arteries. Then dye is injected and x-ray pictures are taken while the dye is flowing through the coronary arteries. This helps doctors see blockages in the arteries. When the angiogram is over, the catheter is removed and pressure bandage is applied at the puncture site.
BEFORE AND AFTER CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY
Prior to the angiography, you may need some blood tests and ECG (cardiogram). You may be asked to stop eating and drinking for few hours before the test. You may be asked to shave both groins and arms before the test. If you are pregnant, you need to inform the doctor prior to the test. Before the test starts, you can be given a mild sedative, which helps you to be relaxed. You're fully awake during the procedure, and it causes little or no pain. It takes only few seconds to finish this test. Generally the risk of serious complications is very low. You can be discharged on the same day of procedure. You should drink plenty of fluids to help flush the dye from your body. Avoid strenuous activities and heavy lifting for several days. Your puncture site is likely to remain tender for a while. There can skin discoloration and a small swelling for few days at the puncture site.
WHEN TO DO CORONARY ANGIOGRAPHY?
Coronary angiography is considered as a ‘gold-standard’ test to diagnose blocks in the artery of your heart. When cholesterol gets deposited in the wall of your coronary arteries (called as plaque), it causes narrowing of the lumen of arteries; which is called ‘Coronary artery disease (CAD)’. Narrowing of the artery causes reduction of oxygen-rich blood supply to your heart. This can cause chest pain or discomfort called ‘Angina’. Sometimes a blood clot develops on the surface of plaque and it can partially or completely block blood flow through the coronary artery. This can compromise the viability of heart muscle and in few minute your heart muscle stops working. This can cause the most severe form of heart attack called ‘Myocardial infarction (STEMI)’. Coronary angiography is very useful test to diagnose above conditions.