Heart attack occurs when blood supply to part of the brain is suddenly blocked or when a blood vessel in the brain will blow up, and spread the blood around the brain cells. Also if the person is experiencing a loss of blood flow to the heart is said to have had a heart attack, the person also runs the blood flowing on-brain or sudden bleeding in the brain may also mean experiencing a stroke or brain attack.
The paralysis is usually a result of heart attack, and often only a portion of the body. The paralysis usually affects only the face, a hand or foot, or we may also all parts of the body or face.
Heart disease affects your heart muscle, blood vessels, and electrical system and the leading cause of death in women. The most common type of heart disease is coronary artery disease plaque a fat-like substance deposits in artery walls. Plaque build-up is called atherosclerosis. It's a chronic condition occurs in people with risk factors such as diabetes, obesity, smoking, abnormal blood levels of fats, high blood pressure, a family history of heart disease and old age . When a plaque ruptures, it causes a blood clot to form and suddenly block an artery. If it happens in a heart artery, it results in a heart attack.
Treatment: Don’t smoke Control your blood pressure Control your cholesterol level. Maintain a healthy weight. Exercise regularly. Eat a low-fat diet. Care of diabetes. Aware of chest pain.
High blood pressure High blood pressure (also called hypertension) occurs when your blood moves through your arteries at a higher pressure than normal. The heart is a pump designed to force blood through our bodies. Blood is pumped from the heart through the arteries out to our muscles and organs.
Pumps work by generating pressure. Put simply, too much pressure puts a strain on the arteries and the heart itself. It may cause an artery stress or the heart to fail under the strain - the worst case trapping altogether.
Hypertensive heart disease: Hypertensive heart disease is any of a number of complications of arterial hypertension that affects the heart. This is one of the most common causes of death in western society. Hypertensive heart disease is the number one cause of death related to hypertension and is actually a group of disorders including heart failure, ischemic heart disease, ventricular hypertrophy and left
Treatment: Common medications include diuretics, beta blockers; calcium channel blockers etc.... preventive measures against heart disease hypertensive emphasize weight control, healthy diet rich in fiber and vitamins, and abstinence from drugs and alcohol. In case of a serious heart problem, surgery may be necessary to restore normal blood flow to the heart and / or blood vessels. In addition to medications, recommended lifestyle changes include weight loss, exercise, and dietary adjustments. Dietary recommendations include increasing fruits, vegetables, and low-fat dairy products. Whole grains, poultry and fish are usually recommended. Tran’s fats and saturated fats should be avoided. These patients may benefit from reducing salt intake. If you smoke, stop smoking - cigarettes are a major cause of hypertension and related heart disease. Reduction of excessive alcohol intake can also help.
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