Hypertension is not well controlled, will there be what consequences?

Many friends with hypertension feel that they have no symptoms of what discomfort and worry about the side effects of taking antihypertensive drugs, so they choose not to treat them. This kind of practice is very dangerous. The harm of hypertension does not lie in the symptoms it causes, but in the damage to various organs and blood vessels of the whole body unconsciously. When these damages become more and more serious, various complications will occur. These complications seriously affect the quality of life and even endanger life. Now let’s focus on which organs hypertension mainly damages and which complications it will cause. Heart 1. Left ventricular hypertrophy This is the most common heart damage. It is well understood that Read More …

This is the relationship between high blood pressure and [stroke]

Of all cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, Perhaps the least important thing is hypertension. First, this disease is more common, Secondly, it is the early stage of the disease. Often there are no particularly serious symptoms. Therefore, Many people think that, Hypertension is nothing more than a little higher than normal blood pressure, As long as the head does not hurt and the heart does not palpitate, You don’t even have to take antihypertensive drugs. Little imagine, When high blood pressure causes headaches, Cerebrovascular accident, It may have happened quietly. Cerebrovascular accident, In other words, people often say [stroke]. The Relationship between Hypertension and [Stroke] Cerebral blood vessels have been under the [baptism] of hypertension for a long time. Burden and Read More …

Early in the morning, [Volcano Time] for Hypertensive Patients

Liu Jiaoshou of the university has been suffering from hypertension for more than 10 years. He thinks that he has great experience in blood pressure management: taking medicine on time, insisting on daily self-test of blood pressure and exercising properly. After retirement, he also insisted on practicing Taijiquan every morning for several years. However, one morning a few days ago, Liu Jiaoshou suddenly fainted during morning exercises and was sent to the hospital for diagnosis of cerebral hemorrhage. His life was saved, but the sequelae still seriously affected the quality of life. The family wondered why the old man, who had always had good blood pressure control, suddenly became ill. A careful examination of Liu Jiaoshou’s medical history found that Read More …

Hypertension, how should we reduce blood pressure?

In the treatment of hypertension, patients often have two misunderstandings: one is to take medicine to solve hypertension once it is found; The other is high blood pressure, Take medicine only when you have symptoms. Neither statement is correct. We often call hypertension [lifestyle disease]. So, since hypertension is a disease [nurtured] by bad living habits, the cornerstone of treatment must be to change bad living habits. However, can all hypertension patients have their blood pressure lowered as long as they change their living habits? Hypertension, which degree should I take medicine? Generally speaking, for friends with hypertension level 1 (i.e. Blood pressure = 140 ~ 159 mmHg/90 ~ 99 mmHg) and no damage to target organs (heart, brain, kidney, Read More …

Blood pressure is always not well controlled. Do you think you snore when you sleep?

When a man is sleeping, Especially when you sleep soundly, The muscles of the whole body relax, The throat muscles will also relax, While breathing, Air entering and leaving the respiratory tract will cause vibration, Sometimes there will be bursts of [whirring-whirring-] sounds, It’s called snoring, Some people snore like thunder when they sleep, However, after a burst of thunder, it suddenly stopped. The people nearby felt as if he had stopped panting. After a good time, it started again. The whole night was followed by snoring-apnea-snoring again. Doctors called this phenomenon “sleep apnea hypopnea syndrome”. Maybe you don’t think this minor problem is a big problem and harmless. In fact, it may be the root of your poor hypertension Read More …

Adjusting good mood is more conducive to lowering blood pressure.

As the incidence of hypertension is getting younger and younger, many patients are in fast-paced work and tense interpersonal relationships, and the impact of these psychological pressures on blood pressure is also very large. Long-term stress, depression, anxiety and other adverse psychological states can lead to elevated blood pressure and increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Relaxation is simple to say, but it is not so easy to relax if you are really under the pressure of all kinds of work and life. When faced with pressure, you can try the following methods to minimize the impact of psychological pressure on blood pressure. Give yourself more positive encouragement When faced with pressure, many thoughts will flash through our minds, both Read More …

If you eat delicacies, the nutrition is only as white as beef and eggs.

People have always regarded [delicacies of mountains and seas] as the best in delicious food. In traditional cultural customs, a perfect banquet must have [abalone], [shark’s fin], [bird’s nest] [sea cucumber] and other delicacies of mountains and seas. However, their prices are so high, what is their nutritional value? Does it match its high price? Abalone Although abalone is called fish, it is not fish. Abalone is shellfish. From the analysis of nutritional composition, the contents of protein, fat, iron and B vitamins are quite close to the nutritional value of mussels and snails. Judging from the mineral content, abalone can be said to be quite excellent, with extremely rich iron and calcium content. However, this is the common characteristic Read More …

Cerebrovascular diseases are high and dangerous. How should they be prevented and controlled?

Cerebral hemorrhage, cerebral infarction, hemiplegia… You have heard of these, and even seen them with your own eyes. Cerebrovascular diseases are around us. Ask the people around us, especially the elderly. Many people suffer from cerebrovascular diseases, greatly reducing the quality of life. The incidence rate of cerebrovascular diseases is so high and the impact is so bad, but there are many misunderstandings in people’s cognition of such diseases, which cannot be correctly prevented and treated, resulting in delays in the disease. 1. How can we predict such a dangerous situation? If these situations happen to you or your family, you must be on guard and seek medical treatment as soon as possible: Weakness, heaviness or numbness of one limb; Read More …

Hypertension | low pressure can’t drop down, how to do?

Many young and middle-aged hypertension patients encountered in the outpatient department showed simple elevated low pressure, and some patients’ high pressure was controlled to normal by drug therapy, but the low pressure could not be controlled and they were distressed and tangled! Blood pressure is divided into systolic blood pressure and diastolic blood pressure, high pressure is systolic blood pressure, the so-called low pressure is diastolic blood pressure. Systolic blood pressure is normal, diastolic blood pressure rises more than 90 mmHg, clinical terminology is called simple diastolic hypertension. What is the low pressure and high pressure? Patients with simple diastolic hypertension are mostly young and middle-aged, which is a common type of hypertension among white-collar workers. Domestic studies show that Read More …

What is the FDA’s ban on artificial trans fatty acids?

What is the ban on artificial trans fatty acids? For the sake of the heart health of Americans, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a ruling on June 16, 2015 to gradually remove artificial trans fatty acids from processed foods. Trans fatty acids are naturally found in dairy products and ruminant meat, while artificial trans fatty acids mainly come from industrially produced partially hydrogenated vegetable oils. In the past, partially hydrogenated oils were classified as “recognized safe”. FDA this time rejected this view and set a 3-year adaptation period. After the adaptation period, the addition of partially hydrogenated oils to human foods is prohibited unless otherwise approved. For consumers, FDA encourages checking the food’s ingredient list for partially Read More …