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Month: December 2011

Symptoms of Heart Disease and How to Overcome It

Heart AttackSymptoms of Heart Disease
The symptoms are perceived if you have coronary heart disease include pain or pain in the chest in which most people thought it was just as indigestion. Then other symptoms of feeling depressed in the middle of the chest for 30 seconds to 5 minutes.Another thing is the cold sweat, palpitations, dizziness, and felt like fainting. These symptoms are not always perceived sufferer.Another warning sign is shortness of breath during exercise. Continue reading

Heart and Heart Disease

Heart AnatomyThe heart is an organ that is essential for humans, because it takes the heart to pump blood around the body so the body gets oxygen and nutrients needed for metabolism. Therefore, the heart needs to be maintained in order to perform its functions properly.One is to avoid coronary heart disease which is one of the dangerous diseases that can cause heart attacks. To do so, we need to know how to keep our heart healthy, what to avoid and what to do to maintain heart health.HeartThe heart is a muscle that pumps blood throughout the body. In a heart attack (myocardial infarction), part of the heart muscle to die while not getting blood. To stay healthy, the heart needs oxygen and other nutrients carried by blood. This is obtained through the artery (blood vessel) disease, which wrap the outside of the heart.

Heart Disease

These diseases can affect any part of the heart. However, Continue reading

Controlling Cholesterol Tips

CholesterolCholesterol in the body can cause various diseases. High cholesterol is not only experienced by obese people, but people are skinny does not mean lower cholesterol. It also can happen topeople who are still young. All walks of life, must try to live a healthy lifestyle in order to keep the cholesterol in the blood remained normal.There is fat in the body of bad cholesterol is called LDL (LowDensity Lipoprotein) in which the fat can be attached to the bloodvessels. While the good cholesterol known as HDL (High DensityLipoprotein) is to dissolve the fat content of LDL in the body.Normal cholesterol in the body is 160-200 mg, the content of LDLaccumulation should be prevented in order to remain in the normalstate.  Continue reading

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