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Whether should I start BP drugs or not? In Oct-2016 my BP was 136/90. In August 2017 it was 150/100 along with 3 month Average blood sugar of 106. So doctor advised me to take drugs. But after reading so much articles and opinions of doctors worldwide I decided not to take drugs and changed my lifestyle completely with the following activities. 1- Regular morning walk started from 15 minutes/day and now it is average 45 minutes per day. 2- Completely avoided all fast foods, oily foods, all sweets & snacks made from maida, ultra low use of salt, salty foods, dairy products and increased intake of fruits like BEET ROOT, CARROT, APPLE etc. I started eating 1 Teaspoon of flaxseed and 5 Almonds everyday. 2- After 3 months in October-2017 my BP started improving and the readings recorded were from 150/100, 160/100 to 140/100 then 135/100, 130/90 and in November it was 120/90. Average blood sugar reading was 96. Body weight decreased from 76 to 74 kg. My height is 5 ft 7 inch. I have stopped taking almonds since last 2 months due to improved/normal health condition. In December-2017 (Last week) when I checked my BP with a new doctor he recorded my BP as 156/90 and advised me to take drugs. About me. I am 53 year male without any family history of BP, Diabetes, cancer or any other previous serious ailments. Of course I have some official & family stress which is as usual and manageable I think. Whether should I start BP drugs or not? What further corrective lifestyle should I adopt?
" Am I going to suffer permanent heart damage or am I at major risk for a heart attack, when my prescription dosage for hypothyroidism isn't at the right level?
The heart pumps blood to various body parts so they function smoothly. When this blood flow is impaired, then the other organs also cannot function to their full capacity. A heart attack is when there is sudden, abrupt, complete blockage of this blood flow from the heart.
Over the past few decades, a heart attack is one of the major causes of death. With changing lifestyles, it is spreading its presence, and people in younger age groups are seen to have heart attacks. There are various risk factors which put one at a higher risk, though. Identifying these and working on them is a great way to reduce the chances of developing a heart attack. Read on to know the most effective eight ways in which you can prolong the onset of heart disease as well as improve the overall quality of life.
- Diet: You are what you eat. It is as simple as that. Eating a diet that is heart healthy not only helps in preventing heart attacks but also improves overall health. Ensure the diet has variety, is rich in omega fatty acids, less of saturated fats, rich in fiber with fruits and vegetables, and whole grains.
- Move it: The sedentary lifestyle added with the poor dietary habits are the major culprits for increased incidence of heart attacks. Exercise in any form – walking, jogging, running, cycling, gymming – good for the heart. It not only keeps you in good shape but also keeps your heart healthy and active. The risk of heart attacks is greatly reduced.
- Stress: This is believed to be a major reason for increased incidence of heart attacks. Find a way to manage stress that works for you – meditation, music, travel, exercise, etc.
- Weight: Weight management is extremely important for a healthy heart and overall health. The difference between those who watch weight and others is very obvious if you just look at people. As soon as you are above your limits, work on reducing it.
- Smoking: The hazards of smoking are multiple, and upping the chances of heart disease is one of them. Reducing or quitting smoking can change your quality of life in multiple ways, and reducing the incidence of heart attacks is just one of them.
- Readings: In addition to weight, ensure your blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol levels are maintained well. These are vital readings and are closely connected. They not just help in preventing heart attacks but in multiple other chronic conditions including diabetes and cancer.
- Stay happy: With all these, stay happy, have a good social circle. This helps improve health quotient to a large extent.
So, while a heart attack is beginning to spread its wings, there are definitely ways to control it.