2 edition of Heart disease; what you should know about it. found in the catalog.
Heart disease; what you should know about it.
Alton L. Blakeslee
|LC Classifications||RC681 .B63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||57014135|
Heart disease is responsible for more than 37% of all deaths and is the leading cause of death in people over In Heart Disease, Dr. Rob Myers shows how to take control of the condition. For example, of the 50 million Americans who suffer from high blood pressure -- the leading contributor to heart disease -- only 35% know they have it.2/5(1). 1 day ago If your focus is on chronic disease prevention and longevity, science shows that you should be prioritizing more plant-based sources of protein. Plant protein comes from foods like beans, peas.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in males and females. Prevention involves quitting smoking, reducing cholesterol, controlling high blood pressure, exercising can manage these conditions.. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the UK, the United States, Canada, and Australia, based on the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Heart disease often develops over time. You may have early signs or symptoms long before you have serious heart problems. Or, you may not realize you are developing heart disease. The warning signs of heart disease may not be obvious. Also, not every person has the same symptoms.
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It may keep your heart healthy too. The term “heart disease” refers to several types of heart conditions.
The most common type is coronary artery disease, which can cause heart attack. Other kinds of heart disease may involve the valves in the heart, or the heart may not pump well and cause heart failure.
Some people are born with heart disease. Are you at risk. Anyone File Size: KB. Tips to manage heart diseases: Here's what you should know; Tips to manage heart diseases: Here’s what you should know Since heart problems go undetected most of the time due to lack of apparent symptoms, the importance of preventive measures cannot be ignored.
from heart disease, or become permanently disabled. That’s why it is so vital to take action to control this serious condition. The good news is that you can control heart disease. There is much you can do to manage your heart condition, reduce your risk of a first or repeat heart attack, and improve your chances of living a long, rewarding life.
Heart disease and heart attacks have a very different manifestation in women than in men, but most of the symptoms we discuss are male-researched. Carolyn Thomas, a heart attack survivor, shares everything you need to know to prevent and manage heart disease as a woman. Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically.
One in every four deaths in the U.S. is due to heart disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention—in other words, taking care of this all-important organ should be a top. Know your risk factors for heart disease.
The factors that indicate a woman has a high risk of developing heart disease are similar – but not quite the same – as for men. Having a family history of heart disease tops the list, followed by age (over 55) and race (African-American, Hispanic, and Native American women are more at risk). Heart Disease What You Should Know This little book of pages is very comprehensive in explaining heart disease to the average person in a way they can understand.
I'm an RN and used it to teach a small class of fellow church members who became interested in this subject.5/5(1). what you should know Vital information about: • your heart • cardiac risk factors • lifestyle modification • treatment options Heart Disease Dean J.
Kereiakes, MD, FACC, and Douglas Wetherill, MS. : Heart Disease: What You Should Know () by Kereiakes, Dean; Wetherill, Douglas and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books 5/5(1). Both conditions are serious health risks and contribute to many illnesses and complications, in addition to heart disease.
That’s why it’s important to know your blood pressure numbers and the symptoms of diabetes. Getting checkups early can help prevent or manage both diseases, which can also help you keep your heart healthy and avoid a.
Heart disease—and even heart attacks—are preventable 80 percent of the time, often just by lifestyle changes, according to the AHA. That means eating healthy, exercising regularly, and. Family history of heart disease definitely factors into your story, says cardiologist Christine Jellis, MD, it’s something you (and your doctors) should.
What You Should Know About Metabolic Syndrome But you can make other changes to prevent the condition and lower the chances you’ll get coronary heart disease, heart attacks, and type 2.
Overview. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. In fact, it accounts for one in every four rmore, someone has a heart attack every 40 seconds in the United States and more than one person dies from a heart disease-related incident every minute.
What Heart Patients Need to Know About COVID While the new coronavirus mostly affects the lungs, there’s still added stress and risks for people with heart disease.
Heart health: Increase in bad cholesterol can affect your health in several ways. It can put you at a higher risk of heart disease. Cholesterol screening help in controlling the risk.
Read here to. If you’re like many people, you may think of heart disease as a problem that happens to other folks. “I feel fine,” you may think, “so I have nothing to worry about.” If you’re a woman, you may also believe that being female protects you from heart disease.
If you’re a man, you may think you’re not old enough to have a. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: In previous ed., order of authors is reversed. Description: viii, pages: color illustrations ; 12 x.
What You Should Know About Hyperlipidemia. Over time, plaque deposits grow larger and begin to clog up your arteries, which can lead to heart disease, heart attack, and stroke.3 hours ago The study, which found a link between pyrethroids and deaths from heart disease, is itself a cautionary tale, one that can help you better understand the implications and limitations of.What is heart disease?
The term “heart disease” refers to several types of heart conditions. The most common type of heart disease in the United States is coronary artery disease (CAD), which affects the blood flow to the heart.
Decreased blood flow can cause a heart attack. What are the symptoms of heart disease?