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Dark chocolates are rich in antioxidants which have been collectively called flavonols. These antioxidants are responsible for many of the health benefits provided by dark chocolates. These flavonols are also having anti-inflammatory properties. Thus, dark chocolates can reduce tension and hypertension. This, in turn offers protection against stroke and cardiovascular disease. This effect is supplemented by the action of dark chocolates in reducing the circulating LDL levels.
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 78 months ago in Heart Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
High blood cholesterol levels increase the risk for coronary heart disease. Even more dangerous is the elevation in the LDL cholesterol levels. LDL cholesterol has been called 'bad' cholesterol. HDL carries the 'good' cholesterol and its levels should be high if heart disease is to be avoided. By adopting some simple tactics, the HDL levels may be boosted. For example, exercise increases the HDL levels.
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 78 months ago in Heart Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Statins are the drugs commonly prescribed to lower blood cholesterol levels. These drugs act by blocking cholesterol synthesis. However, these drugs are accompanied by several side effects. Thus, efforts are on to find alternate methods for lowering cholesterol levels. The type of foods consumed can make an impact on the cholesterol levels. Exercise lowers LDL levels and increases HDL levels.
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 78 months ago in Heart Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Eating right is the first big step towards a healthy heart as it helps keep weight, cholestrol levels and blood pressure in check.If you are living with a heart condition it is important that you go for regular health checks and discuss every little detail that might be troubling you.In heart health , prevention is always better than cure ..
Published by Kiran 78 months ago in Heart Conditions | +4 votes | 2 comments
Learn about the 6 Common Signs and Symptoms of Heart Attack. It is important to maintain our body healthy and away from diseases especially heart related diseases. The heart is the machine of the body which distributes oxygen useful for other organs. Knowing the signs of heart attack allow us to take early prevention methods and medical checkups to avoid heart attack.
Published by Mark Cruz 79 months ago in Heart Conditions | +5 votes | 2 comments
Leeks are a wonderful vegetable and they provide many health benefits. They are known for their strong anti-oxidant compounds and most famous for the flavonoid Kaempferol. This vegetable is a great addition to the heart healthy diet. Leeks can protect heart from harmful compounds and prevent cardiovascular disease. Here is more about health benefits of leeks and cardiovascular health.
Published by Sourav RC 79 months ago in Heart Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
This article offers important and interesting facts about heart disease to help promote awareness about heart disease. First shocking fact is that 'Heart disease is the number one cause of death for both men and women in the United States. Cancer and stroke round out the top three. In the United States, more than 1,000 people die every day from sudden cardiac death or cardiac arrest.' Facts about heart disease everybody should know:
Published by Amera Khanam 240 months ago in Heart Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
New treatment using heat therapy for abnormal heartbeats can be done in a few hours’ time. Patients are released the following day from the hospital. This therapy is an important breakthrough for patients who do not respond to standard medication. The treatment is nonsurgical. twenty-six million Americans suffer from this condition that can lead to fatigue, heart attacks and strokes.
Published by carol roach 79 months ago in Heart Conditions | +1 votes | 5 comments
Learn the 4 Safe Ways to Prevent Heart Attack and Other Heart Diseases. Heart diseases are just easy to obtain because it is directly related to how we manage our lifestyle and it is important to prevent this condition early. This article provides essential information about the things to do to avoid heart diseases as well as other health conditions.
Published by Mark Cruz 79 months ago in Heart Conditions | +3 votes | 0 comments
Onions are known for providing many health benefits. One of the most important health benefits of onions is cardiovascular health benefits. Polyphenols and flavonoids rich onions are very good for protecting heart from cardiovascular disease and coronary disease. Onion rich diet can help prevent or lessen the risk of heart disease and heart attack. Learn more about cardiovascular health benefits of onions.
Published by Sourav RC 79 months ago in Heart Conditions | +4 votes | 0 comments
Discomfort associated with high blood pressure - tinnitus, headaches and other symptoms of incipient hypertension - largely coincide with the usual signs of fatigue. The majority of patients, noting the deterioration of health and unsuccessfully trying to deal with it in different ways, do not even think about the performance of their blood pressure, and do not realize the true extent of danger - numerous complications of hypertension
Published by Shweta Bose 80 months ago in Heart Conditions | +2 votes | 3 comments
Statins are drugs prescribed for lowering the blood cholesterol. Lipitor is the most famous drug under this class. These drugs act by blocking the endogenous synthesis of cholesterol. Recently, FDA has issued a warning stating that statins may increase the risk for diabetes. It is a catch-22 situation. One is not sure as to what is more important-prevention of heart disease or, prevention of diabetes?
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 80 months ago in Heart Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Sitting continuously is a form of inactivity. This produces health problems which cannot be countered even by exercise. Sitting increases the risk for several diseases including obesity and obesity-related complications, cardiovascular disease and diabetes. Thus, the risk for death increases enormously because of the preference for the sitting posture. Mobility is the key to good health.
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 80 months ago in Heart Conditions | +4 votes | 2 comments
Sleep is essential. People need to sleep between six and eight hours every day. Sleep loss can produce a wide variety of complications including diabetes, heart disease, cancer and dementia.Sleep loss does not affect the heart directly, but increases the risk factors for cardiovascular disease. hence, it is essential to ensure normal sleep every day.
Published by Vangeepuram Satakopan 80 months ago in Heart Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Many people know that heart disease is the number one killer of men, but how many know that this devastating disease is also the number one killer of women. Heart disease affects 1 in 4 women in the United states. Those are big numbers. It is important that women become more aware that heart disease is a disease that should be feared.
Published by Pat Bartels 81 months ago in Heart Conditions | +8 votes | 9 comments
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