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If blood sugar level increasing every year & reached upto PLBS=220 FBS=130, it will be called diabatic or not
Hi, I want to know is there any treatment for high bp and hypertension with heavy weight, is there any treatment or like ayurveda or any such treatment which can bring person to normal life, age of person is 33 yrs above 90+ weight.
I am having a bad cholesterol problem as per my health check up report. What necessary and immediate action needs to be taken to recover quickly from it?
My heart beat is 85 above per minute. Is there any problem with that. Is there any probability for heart problems for me when compare to others.
My father had an angiography. His doctor prescribed tab PAN 40 including MET XL, Ecosprin, Rosuvas, Telma 40. All medicines are related either the symptoms of high BP or stroke except the PAN 40 (this medicine is related to stomach disease) why this medicine is prescribed to my father? please explain it to me.
I am 27 years old. Total cholesterol 158, triglycerides 376, HDL 23, LDL 73, VLDL 75 .I m very afraid. How to get normal levels and how long does it take. Pls tell me diet and do's and do not.
Is there a cure for Stuttering? I stutter while talking to people ever since I remember. Its severity has been decreased over the years, but it's still there. There is no problem while I talk to any of my family members because I'm very close to them. But while talking to my friends, strangers I became nervous, my heart beats increase and I end up stuttering. I'm looking for the solution because when I stutter people laugh and I can't tolerate the embarrassment. I'm a very sensitive person, I cry over my insult. I haven't gone to college since the last 3 years only because of this problem. I don't want to face people at all. I can't with anyone on phone. My life has became hell. So please tell me frankly if there is a solution or not. You may say ignore this flaw and move on in life, tolerate this embarrassment but I CAN'T. I took the homeopathic medicine for 6 months, it did help a bit but result was temporary.
I am experiencing sharp pain in my sternum and some area of my chest whenever I change my position whether I'm sitting or while lying down. I first experienced this problem 3 years ago. Lt was not as persistent as it is now. There is a sharp pain in my chest area for few seconds. I've to pop/crack my chest joint in order to get relief from the pain. I can live with this pain but it's not ideal if a person has to deal with this everyday. I've visited a doctor regarding this. He told my that it was becoz of low level of Calcium/Vitamin D. And advice me to take Milk and few calcium medicines. I really don't think that there's a connection between this. Please help me if you can? Case history: I am suffering from Scheuermann's disease. If it helps.
Heart attacks often show some visible signs for concern. While many may not face the chest-clutching moment, there are other symptoms that are hard to miss. In fact, some heart attack symptoms are not even related to the chest. People suffering from cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure or above the age of 60 should especially be more careful about these symptoms. Here is a list of few alarming signs and symptoms of a heart attack:
- Discomfort in the chest: This is the most visible and common signs of a heart attack. A blocked artery can lead to a heart attack with symptoms such as tightness, pressure and intense pain in the chest. The discomfort typically last for a minute or longer. It must be kept in mind that a heart attack is entirely possible without feeling any pain whatsoever.
- Heartburn, nausea, stomach pain and indigestion: Many people reportedly face these symptoms before a heart attack. It is more likely for a woman to face these symptoms compared to a man. These conditions can happen in isolation as well. But a combination of these symptoms to a person suffering from blood pressure, high cholesterol should be taken seriously.
- The pain slowly shifts to the arm: This is another classic example of a heart attack. A symptom that starts from the left side of the body and radiates down. Even a constant and dull pain in the arm has resulted in heart attacks for many patients.
- Feeling of light-headedness: A sudden feeling of lightheadedness along with an acute chest pain is a very good sign of a heart attack. This symptom necessarily indicates that the blood pressure of the person has suddenly decreased and the heart is not able to pump enough blood.
- Jaw or throat pain: Jaw or throat pain by itself is nowhere related to the heart. Going by common beliefs, it can arise from sinus, muscular issue or simply a cold. Medical science states otherwise. If an ongoing chest pain spreads towards jaw or throat, it can well be an ensuing heart attack. Seeking immediate medical attention is necessary in such cases.
- Snoring: Loud snoring that sounds like choking or grasping can be a sign of sleep apnea. This is a condition when an individual stop breathing for few seconds making the heart pump more blood. If the condition persists, a doctor might suggest doing a sleep pattern analysis using a CPAP machine to identify if there is any possible threat of a heart attack.
- A persistent cough: A long lasting cough that produces pink mucus can be a very visible sign of a heart failure. This is the condition when the heart can’t keep pace with the demands of the body. This should be immediately reported to a doctor. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Cardiologist.