TopicWhat Else Besides High Cholesterol is Causing Heart Attacks?

  • Tue 16th Apr 2019 - 5:22am

    A final contribution to your HDL cholesterol count, and to   PhysioTru   the surprise of most, is alcohol. Yes, alcohol in moderation (1-2 drinks daily) is actually a healthy alternative to something that may contain high amounts of fat, such as whole milk. One must be careful, though, because excessive amounts of alcohol can lead to liver and heart disease. Also, you can't continuously avoid things like milk just because of the fat, your body needs the calcium and the vitamin D. When looking at these simple ways to increase your HDL cholesterol, a healthy and simple dinner could consist of fresh vegetables sautéed in canola oil, broiled salmon, and a glass of wine.

    The problem with high blood pressure is the fact that it is a silent killer. In fact, it can cause a lot of different diseases without any early warning symptoms at all! Today we are going to talk about the disease that it can cause so that you know what to look out for. These are symptoms, that once again, do not have any kind of warning sign.

    Thus, you need to make sure that you are keeping your blood pressure where it needs to be. This can be done in a number of ways, but the best way to keep up with your pressure is to check it whenever you can. Make sure that you keep a log of how your pressure is doing, and show it to your doctor. Only he or she can tell you what you need to do to control it.

    The first problem we are going to talk about is, of course, the sexual dysfunction. People who have high pressure can have a hard time keeping an erection. The effects of high blood pressure in women are not conclusive yet, as far as sexual dysfunction goes. However, most doctors agree that women are affected in one way or another. Not only all of that, but you can also have bone loss because of high blood pressure. That is because the disease can actually increase the amount of calcium that is eliminated from your body.


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