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Panic Attacks… Ever feel an overwhelming burst of panic that causes intense and powerful sensations including a rapid pounding heart, tight chest, faint dizzy feelings, dry throat and weak legs? These feelings may be so strong you may feel like your going to suffocate, collapse, pass out, have a heart attack or even die. The fear is often so powerful you have to run or escape the situation immediately, just incase something bad happens or you make yourself look like a fool in public. Typically you’ll end up avoiding that place or situation in the future for fear of triggering another attack. If this sounds familiar then select "Panic and Anxiety Attacks" from the selection box above.
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There is good reason to suspect that if an individual develops blood pressure that reads as high systolic low diastolic; then they will be at greater risk of developing cardiovascular conditions than someone whose blood pressure is more or less normal. The presence of blood pressure; high systolic low diastolic means that there is greater likelihood that a heart attack or stroke is just around the corner – at least studies conducted by the UC Irvine seem to suggest that this is the case.
Findings Of UC Irvine Study On Blood Pressure High Systolic Low Diastolic
This UC Irvine study that was conducted by Dr. Stanley Franklin and his colleagues at UC Irvine who were studying heart disease prevention which was also associated with Framingham Heart Study, showed after studying data related to thousands of patients that blood pressure high systolic low diastolic was virtually a certain predictor that the patient would suffer from various heart ailments.
What’s more, studies on blood pressure high systolic low diastolic also seemed to suggest that the systolic pressure readings were superior when it came to predicting future cardiovascular troubles in older as well as middle-age persons. Furthermore, blood pressure high systolic low diastolic would almost guarantee that a person with such blood pressure readings would have great risk of experiencing cardiovascular problems.
At present, systolic reading of one hundred and forty along with diastolic reading of ninety and any reading above these numbers point to imminent risk of cardiovascular failure. However, the UC Irvine study seems to suggest that blood pressure high systolic low diastolic is a more relevant pointer toward establishing risk of impending heart attacks and strokes and that therefore these measurements should be given greater weight.
Blood pressure high systolic low diastolic in which diastolic reading is below 70 mm Hg along with systolic reading of 120 mm Hg are normal conditions and there is not much risk of developing heart related problems. It is only when the blood pressure high systolic low diastolic occur simultaneously that there is greater risk to the health of the concerned individual. The reason why blood pressure high systolic low diastolic gives rise to concern is that at these blood pressures the person’s arteries will stiffen and that is not good for a person’s cardiovascular health.
A high diastolic blood pressure reading should warn you that your blood pressure is not the way that it should be. In fact, if the readings is more that 90, it shows the symptoms of hypertension and need of taking remedy immediately.
[tag]Heart disease[/tag] is the number one killer of women, yet many women don’t know what to look for and expect. Many women think that heart attacks are something suffered mostly by middle aged, overweight smokers and are always accompanied by severe crushing pain in the chest. In fact the early heart attack symptoms in women are often different than those symptoms more commonly found in men, and if you don’t know what to look for, you may not even realize that you’ve had a heart attack.
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It is common for a person experiencing pains in the chest to fear that he or she is having a [tag]heart attack[/tag] though it must be said that not all chest pains emanate from the heart and the causes too are many. For instance, it could be nothing worse than an aching muscle, or even heartburn though it may even be a blood clot present in a person’s lungs. New Era In Detecting Heart Disease
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Heart attack is the leading cause of death in America, among both men and women, and the causes of heart attack are well documented. Taking steps to prevent a heart attack does not start once coronary trouble is detected, it needs to start before causes of heart attack become obvious. Simple change is the way people approach exercise and diet can be some of the best prevention methods.
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